Pneumonia heavily contributes to global under-five mortality. Many countries use community case management to detect and treat childhood pneumonia. Community health workers (CHWs) have limited tools to help them assess signs of pneumonia. New respiratory rate (RR) counting devices and pulse oximeters are being considered for this purpose.
Published in Global Health ActionResearch | Child and maternal health | Policy development | Pneumonia | Diagnosis | SDG3
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