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a cause of distress or anxiety

careful forethought to avoid harm or risk

the function of watching, guarding, or overseeing

the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

to have an objection

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care for: to have the care and supervision of

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judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger

an anxious feeling

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a cause for feeling concern

attention and management implying responsibility for safety

prefer or wish to do something

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be concerned with

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Cord care starts shortly after birth and practices vary in different communities and culture but good cord care practice is an important community based intervention to save and protect the lives of newborns.
The risk factors for neonatal tetanus are related to prenatal, natal and postnatal factors and include lack of proper antenatal care, lack of maternal immunization with TT, unhygienic delivery and cord care practices.
Effectiveness of 4% chlorhexidine umbilical cord care on neonatal mortality in Southern Province, Zambia (ZamCAT): a cluster-randomised controlled trial, Lancet Global Health, 2016, http://dx.
Corrected umbilical cord care is important to prevent infections in neonatal period.
Perinatal events related to neonatal septicemia (n = 317) Features Babies with Babies without p sepsis (n = 167), sepsis (n = 150), n (%) n (%) Unhygienic cord care 106 (63.
12,14 Although many trials have been conducted for determining the best cord care practices for prevention of omphalitis, but there are limited data on effective management of omphalitis.
Avoiding neonatal death: an intervention study of umbilical cord care.
Many infection-related deaths could be avoided by ensuring a clean birth and cord care as well as immediate, exclusive breast-feeding.
Third, recall bias might have occurred because mothers of neonates with NNT are likely to have a better recall of circumstances surrounding delivery and cord care than control mothers.
The sheets will include an easy-to-read overview of the class discussion, covering everything from umbilical cord care, to bathing and diapering a newborn to six-month-old.
Neonatal tetanus in developing countries is largely attributable to three risk factors: lack of maternal immunization with tetanus toxoid, unhygienic delivery, and unhygienic umbilical cord care during the first week of life.
A good pediatric home health nurse can weigh the infant; check for jaundice; and answer general questions related to skin care, cord care, breast-feeding basics, etc.
For example, newborn bodysuits will offer a cutout for umbilical cord care.