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Acute respiratory infections (ARI) in children: A study of knowledge and practices of Anganwadi workers in rural Haryana



Acute respiratory infections (ARI) in children: A study of knowledge and practices of Anganwadi workers in rural Haryana



Health and Population Perspectives and Issues 18(1): 12-18



In the present study data were collected on knowledge and practices of Anganwadi Workers (AWWs) in Block Beri of district Rohtak for devising a standard management plan. In all 50 AWWs were interviewed. Forty two per cent AWWs recognized pneumonia by fast breathing and 36 per cent recognized severe pneumonia by chest indrawing. Only 16 per cent AWWs knew infective origin of ARI.

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