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ARAMĂ, Marina; HORODIŞTEANU-BANUH, Adela; SAVOSCHIN, Dorina; CHIPER, Natalia. Gradul de respectare a standardelor de supraveghere medicală în condiţii de ambulatoriu la copii decedaţi de pneumonie în RM. In: Buletin de Perinatologie. 2016, nr. 2(70), pp. 62-65. ISSN 1810-5289.
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Background. Reducing infant and child mortality is a priority for Moldova. Significant reserves of its solutions lie in improving the effectiveness of primary health care services. Aim. Retrospective assessment of compliance with “Standards of medical supervision of the children of 0-18 years” in the children who died from pneumonia. Matirials and Methods: In a retrospective cohort study was caried out confidentiality audit of 44 death cases of children from 29 days to 5 years of pneumonia. The findings were compared with the results of the study “Monitoring the implementation... ... Standards of supervision of children 0-18 years on an outpatient basis” (2014) conducted in the Republic of Moldova with the participation of 500 children. Statistical analysis was performed using the program EpiInfo 126.96.36.199. Results: The level with compliance of the standard of preventive medical supervision (home visiting, regular visits to the family doctor, the mandatory consultation of specialists and laboratory tests) in children with fatal pneumonia was statistically lower than in the general pediatric population (p <0.05) Conclusions: Children who die from pneumonia were under inadequate medical supervision. Strict compliance with the applicable “Standards observation of children 0-18 years on an outpatient basis” will contribute to reduce of infant and child mortality.
pneumonia, surveillance standards