• March of Dimes Outline
    . Premature birth and birth defects affect 23 million babies worldwide I. More than 4 million die from preterm birth and birth defects J. Those who survive, majority will be disabled for life II. How it works A. Promote newborn screening B. Discover the genetic causes of birth...
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  • Thesis
    significant reduction of death, disease and associated disabilities. Guthrie,(2000) In the Philippines, newborn screening program has been mandated by Presidential Proclamation No. 540 signed by President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo in 2004 in pursuant to the Early Childhood Care and...
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  • PWU Thesis Format
    PWU FORMAT FOR THESIS PROPOSAL COVER PAGE (separate sheet) Example: IMPACT OF NEWBORN SCREENING ON THEHEALTH STATUS OF INFANTS IN A SELECTED HOSPITAL IN METRO MANILA A Thesis Proposal Presented to the Faculty Committee of the Graduate School The Philippine...
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  • Syphilis
    with an uninfected partner and the avoidance of substances such as alcohol and other drugs that increase risky sexual behavior. Congenital syphilis in the newborn can be prevented by screening mothers during early pregnancy and treating those who are infected. The United States Preventive Services...
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  • mia the yuiig x c cgh
    POLICY AND A NATIONAL SYSTEM FOR ENSURING NEWBORN SCREENING Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Philippines in Congress assembled: ARTICLE 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS SECTION 1. Short Title. - This Act shall be known as the "Newborn Screening Act of 2004." SEC. 2. Declaration...
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  • New Born Screening Act
    Newborn Screening Act AN ACT PROMULGATING A COMPREHENSIVE POLICY AND A NATIONAL SYSTEM FOR ENSURING NEWBORN SCREENING Republic Act No. 9288 AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE LEGACY OR DONATION OF ALL OR PART OF A HUMAN BODY AFTER DEATH FOR SPECIFIED PURPOSES Introduction In the Philippines, cases...
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  • lesson plan newborn screening
    at birth III. Objectives At the end of every learning session, the students would be able to: Know the importance of Newborn screening Recite the goal of Newborn Screening Know the law that mandates Newborn screening here in the Philippines Identify common disorders detected through...
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  • Newborn Screening
    delay, and in some cases, death. In worldwide basis, in every 2,389,959 screened 45,283 infants are positive in newborn screening. This hilarious evidence makes every individual more cautious of the lives of the infants. Moreover, even rich people may be vulnerable to this. In the Philippines, 9.7...
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  • Knowledge and Adherence of Postpartum Mothers in Newborn Screening
    infants. NBS in the Philippines started in June 1996 and was integrated into the public health delivery system with the enactment of the Newborn Screening Act of 2004 (Republic Act 9288). From 1996 to December 2010, the program has saved 45 283 patients. Five conditions are currently screened...
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  • HEALTH
    5. Washing 6. Routine suctioning 7. Routine separation of newborn for observation Administration of prelacteals like glucose water or formula. New born babies should undergo a newborn screening as reflected in REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9288 AN ACT PROMULGATING A COMPREHENSIVE POLICY AND A...
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  • autism
    that are normally considered as behavioral and social difficulties (http://www.autism.com/). Diagnosis Newborn screening for autism does not occur often. Too few pediatricians perform it. In fact, it has been reported that only 8% of the pediatricians screen newborns for possible autism (http...
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  • Essential Newborn Care Implementation
    performed. The Intrapartum/Newborn Practices assessment tools were developed through a collaboration between the Philippine General Hospital and World Health Organization (WHO) with Department of Health (DOH) (Sala, 2011). The Essential newborn care protocol is a step-by-step guide for health...
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  • Newborn Screening
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2947955/ Bottom of Form * Journal List > * NIHPA Author Manuscripts > * PMC2947955 * Performing your original search, compliance of mothers on newborn screening, in PMC will retrieve 926 records. J Perinat Neonatal Nurs. Author...
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  • Health Care and Social Law
    harassment Act of 1995 Republic Act 8344 – Hospital Doctors to treat emergency cases referred for treatment Republic Act 8423 – Philippine Institute of Traditional and Alternative Medicine Republic Act 9288 – Newborn Screening Act Republic Act 9165 – Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act 2002...
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  • Cochlear Implants
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Infants born in a hospital go through a newborn infancy screening to determine if they have a hearing loss. Some children are identified early in infancy to detect a hearing loss while other children are identified when they are a little older. After being identified...
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  • PROPOSED RED CROSS BLOOD DONOR RECORD TRACKER SYSTEM
     PROPOSED RED CROSS BLOOD DONOR RECORD TRACKER SYSTEM ­­­­­­­­­­­ A Thesis Proposal Presented to the Faculty of PASS College Alaminos City,Pangasinan In partial fulfilment of the requirement for the Degree Bachelor of Science in Computer Science By: regin...
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  • Breast Feeding Program
    breastfed their newborns, the world would save some US $16 billion annually. This is the amount mothers spend to feed babies with infant formulas. annual expenditures for the importation of breastmilk substitutes is estimated at US #29 million each in Thailand, the Philippines, Columbia and Ethiopia, $50...
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  • report
    mothers should observe the quantity and periodicity of prenatal visits (WHO, 2009). It is essential that mothers should have at least 4 prenatal visits to ensure proper care is observed. In the Philippines, the goal of the Department of Health through the Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health and...
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  • Country Report on Srhr in the Philippines 2011
    deliberation of the RH bill in Congress. [4] RH- and FP-related programs of the Family Health Office will receive about P247,000,000. This allocation includes resources to supply supplement for pregnant mothers, newborn screening kits and neonatal care. This is according to Sec. Enrique Ona during...
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  • Global Warming
    , Atienza, Leslie, Aurellano, Jane, Antimicrobial Property of Citrus mitis (Calamansi) juice (CEU MANILA, 2006) 31. 4 Engr. Jerry N. Asuncion, Science and Technology POST, (Sorsogon, Philippines: Department of Science and Technology, 2006), 13. 5 Mary Ann Lagman, et al. "Phytochemical Screening and Determination of Antibacterial Property of the Ethanolic Crude Extract from Rattan (Calamus manillensis) Fruit". (University Research, March 2010)...
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