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Evaluation of an algorithm for integrated management of childhood illness in an area of Kenya with
field test of the WHOUNICEF training course in Arusha
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aged 2 months assessment Bangladesh blood blood film Bulletin chart chest indrawing chil Child Health Childhood Illness IMCI children aged children with severe classification clinical signs conjunctival pallor cough danger signs definite pallor dehydration detection developing countries diarrhoea Division of Child dren dysentery ear infection ear problem evaluated facilitator feeding fever first-level health follow-up g/dl Gambia Gondar haematocrit haemoglobin haemoglobin level Health and Development health facilities health workers hospital admission identified IMCI algorithm IMCI guidelines included integrated management Kenya l'enfant l'IMCI low WFH malaria management of childhood measles medical assistants ment moderate or mild modules mortality nailbed oedema paediatrician pÔleur palmar pallor patients performance persistent diarrhoea pneumonia positive predictive value prise en charge programmes referred sensitivity and specificity severe anaemia severe malnutrition severe pallor severe pneumonia Siaya District sick child sick children symptoms Table tion treatment Uganda UNICEF visible severe wasting weight-for-age World Health Organization young infants Z-score