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Gaceta Médica Boliviana

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SEVILLA PAZ SOLDAN, Ricardo et al. Comparative study of ambulatory and home nutritional rehabilitation of mild and moderate malnourished children under five. Gac Med Bol [online]. 2010, vol.33, n.2, pp.5-10. ISSN 1012-2966.

In order to assess the effects of two strategies for nutritional recovery in malnourished children in the community, compared the strategy: PIENU (Infant Protection at Nutritional Risk): GP (Group P) made in the health system from early detection of malnutrition, nutritional monitoring recovery in health centers within the organization of this will include: flowchart, “dating box”; home search in case of absence of control over food supply micronutrients. And another strategy: “SPOON OF LOVE”: GC (Group C) of direct action at home (Bucket: A Tool Provisioning: Food (Diet from home more micronutrients) M: furniture adapted, O: Organization of the home; reattendances week). Information education communication (IEC) for both groups. Entry criteria: Children aged 6 months to five years, diagnosed with mild malnutrition (<= 1DE) / moderate (<;= 2 SD) / severe (<= 3DE) for the weight / height, without complications, no serious infections or disabling conditions, prior parental consent. 5000 children entered the study 176 children at random, 30 children in 1000 children made up the GC, 146, 4000 children the GP, in both of the children were followed for three months. The revival of growth, prevalence of infection was similar for both groups but the harmony, growth rate (P/T), psychomotor development and living conditions improved significantly in the CG (p <0.01). We conclude that children which are treated at home have better recovery.

Palabras clave : Malnutrition; recovery strategies; outpatient; at home.

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