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    Home visits for the newborn child: a strategy to improve survival

    Every year, about 3.7 million babies die in the first four weeks of life (2004 estimates). Most of these newborns are born in developing countries and most die at home. Up to two-thirds of these deaths can be prevented if mothers and newborns receive known, effective interventions. A strategy that promot...

    Guideline: Protecting, Promoting and Supporting Breastfeeding in Facilities Providing Maternity and Newborn Services

    Breastfeeding is the cornerstone of child survival, nutrition and development and maternal health. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months of life, followed by continued breastfeeding with appropriate complementary foods for up to 2 years or beyond. T...

    Acceptable Medical Reasons for Use of Breast-Milk Substitutes

    Exclusive breastfeeding in the first six months of life is particularly beneficial for mothers and infants. Positive effects of breastfeeding on the health of infants and mothers are observed in all settings. Breastfeeding reduces the risk of acute infections such as diarrhoea, pneumonia, ear infection, ...

    Guidelines on neonatal seizures

    Neonatal seizures represent one of the most frequent neurological events in newborn infants, often reflecting a variety of different pre-, peri-, or postnatal disorders of the central nervous system (CNS). These guidelines are intended to be of use for neonatologists, pediatric neurologists, pediatrician...

    Neonatal vitamin A supplementation

    Infants and young children have increased vitamin A requirements to support rapid growth and to help combat infections. Member States have requested guidance from the World Health Organization (WHO) on the effects and safety of vitamin A supplementation in the neonatal period (first 28 days of life) as a...

    Guía de Práctica Clínica ​(GPC) del recién nacido sano

    La guía está basada en la mejor y más actualizada evidencia disponible, con recomendaciones jerarquizadas según nivel de evidencia y grado de recomendación, que no solo sirvan como bases para orientar la práctica clínica sino que puedan ser utilizadas para diseñar, desarrollar y llevar a cabo act...

    Guía de Práctica Clínica ​(GPC) Detección de anomalías congénitas en el recién nacido: para padres y cuidadores

    La guía está basada en la mejor y más actualizada evidencia disponible, con recomendaciones jerarquizadas según nivel de evidencia y grado de recomendación, que no solo sirvan como bases para orientar la práctica clínica sino que puedan ser utilizadas para diseñar, desarrollar y llevar a cabo act...