PP3HealthyPeople201009.ppt

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Overall Goal
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Women Maternal mortality v Maternal illness/complications due to pregnancy v Early and adequate prenatal care v Folic acid v Weight gain during pregnancy v Alcohol/tobacco/drug use in pregnancy v Cesareans v Maternal participation in childbirth classes
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Infants Infant mortality v Preterm birth v Low birth weight v Preventable birth defects (i.e. spina bifida) v Early intervention for genetic disorders (i.e. PKU) v Breastfeeding v Put to sleep on backs
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Children Child and adolescent mortality v Prevention and treatment of disabilities v Sepsis among children with sickle cell disease ( most frequent cause of death) v Medical homes for children with special health care needs v Service systems for children with special health care needs
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Families Childbirth classes for mothers and
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Unformatted text preview: fathers Objectives met or exceeded at midcourse review Infants put to sleep on their backs v Consumption of folic acid v Both were subjects of vigorous national campaigns Progress was made toward reducing mortality rates Fetal v Perinatal v Infant v Child v Adolescent v Maternal Progress was also made in the areas of Reduction of some birth defects (FAS) v Breastfeeding v Early prenatal care v Abstaining from tobacco during pregnancy v Maternal participation in childbirth classes Objectives that moved away from their targets Mental retardation v Cerebral palsy v Cesarean births v Maternal complications during labor and delivery v Low birth weight v Preterm births...
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2011 for the course FMSC498A 498A taught by Professor Professorwallen during the Fall '09 term at Maryland.

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