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High-risk bruise screening process. The screening process is stepwise, with nursing staff performing the initial examinations. Senior-provider skin examinations improve specificity of the process. Children without high-risk bruises receive standard care. aThe nurse performs a full skin examination in children 6 months of age is deferred to the provider. bA high-risk bruise for age is defined as a bruise anywhere in a child




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Children with previously diagnosed bleeding disorders and children with bleeding disorders diagnosed or highly suspected at the time of encounter were excluded from analysis. The principal investigator (C.E.C.) confirmed reasonable historical indicators (eg, taking anticoagulants) or abnormalities in the standard bleeding disorder screen performed in the ED (complete blood count [CBC], prothrombin time [PT], international normalized ratio [INR], partial thromboplastin time [PTT], and von Willebrand factor antigen [VWFa]).


For children in the 6-month to 4-year age group, the prevalence of high-risk (TEN) bruising was low as well, at 0.33%. This finding reveals that TEN bruising is not commonly seen in this age group and should prompt an evaluator to consider child abuse or a medical etiology as a cause of bruising. Screening for other injuries was limited by provider adherence to pathway guidelines.29 Abuse ratings for this group were most commonly indeterminate for abuse, likely because of increasing developmental abilities and the limited workups conducted.


Nearly half of children under five experience anthropometric failure. Specific nutrition improvement interventions and specific nutrition interventions during pregnancy and lactation are needed, especially for malnourished mothers, to prevent malnutrition in infant.


Efforts to deal with nutritional problems in Indonesia have been inititated since the early 1980s, through observation at the village level using integrated weighing and child health in integrated post services (Posyandu) [8]. This commitment is strengthened through Presidential Regulation number 72 of 2021, which concerns the Acceleration of Stunting Reduction [3]. This effort is in line with one of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), namely, eliminating all forms of malnutrition, including reducing the prevalence of stunting and wasting for those under the age of five by 2025. Undernutrition is a global problem: One in three children under the age of five suffers from stunting, wasting, overweight and in some cases suffer a combination of the two forms of malnutrition [1].


In Indonesia, the CIAF is frequently applied to identify nutritional problems; the results show that the prevalence of under-fives who experience anthropometric failure is still high [26, 27]. Until now, however, the measurement of the nutritional status of children under five at the national level has still used the conventional anthropometric index, which only assesses one type of undernutrition. The results of measuring nutritional status using the conventional index are still high. If the measurement of nutritional status only uses one indicator of nutritional status, it is possible to lose information on other malnutrition problems. This will affect the response effort, because the reference information used does not represent the actual problem. That is why the prevalence of undernutrition is still quite high; efforts to tackle nutrition problems have not been comprehensively carried out. Therefore, the measurement of nutritional status using the CIAF constitutes a solution, as it enables the prevention of undernutrition to be more appropriately based on the type of undernutrition experienced by children under five [28].


A cross-sectional study was conducted from February to May of 2019 in rural areas of Bogor District, West Java Province, Indonesia. A total of 330 pairs of mothers and children under five participated in this study. Participants came from two community health centre working areas in one sub-district, a nutrient-prone area in Bogor Regency. Four out of 10 villages that became pockets of undernutrition were selected as locations for this study. Participants who met the inclusion criteria and exclusion criteria were selected from the four villages by systematic random sampling.


Data regarding the frequency of consumption of food sources of energy and the frequency of consumption of food sources of protein in children were measured by the Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ). In this study, the FFQ was compiled by reference to the Indonesian version developed by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia used to conduct food consumption surveys. The original questionnaire can be accessed widely (open access). The list of names contained in the FFQ has been grouped into food ingredient groups, such as staple food, animal side dishes and vegetable side dishes. The types of food available in the FFQ have been adjusted to the types of food commonly consumed in Indonesia [41]. Systematic measurement of the FFQ method begins with a preliminary study, which aims to identify food ingredients to be included in the FFQ list. The list of foodstuffs is adjusted according to the magnitude of the correlation with the risk of exposure to consumption and the occurrence of undernutrition in children under five, as well as the availability of food to the population and a high frequency of consumption [42, 43].


In this study, it can be seen that nearly half (42.1%) of children under five years of age experience anthropometric failure (overall prevalence of undernutrition using the CIAF), consisting of wasting only (2.4%), wasting and underweight (5.8%), wasting, underweight and stunting (2.1%), underweight and stunting (16.4%), stunting only (11.5%) and underweight only (3.9%). Meanwhile, based on conventional anthropometric indices, almost one third of children under five are underweight (27.8%), one third are stunting (29.7%) and about one tenth (10.6%) of toddlers experience wasting.


The study also found that most of the anthropometric failures occurred in children under five who live in rural areas and fall into the category of poor people. In addition, the prevalence of anthropometric failure is higher among infants with a higher birth order and not receiving vaccinations. The high prevalence of anthropometric failure in various studies is associated with the goal of measuring nutritional status using the CIAF. More specifically, this measurement shows the overall prevalence of malnutrition, which provides six mutually exclusive anthropometric measurements, including length/height-for-age, length/height-for-weight and weight-for-age [46]. Undernutrition as measured by conventional anthropometric indices shows a similar prevalence as regards underweight, stunting and wasting. The three forms of undernutrition associated with sociodemographic factors were also significantly associated with low food intake, poor environmental sanitation conditions and poor clean living practices [25, 44, 45].


In this study, environmental sanitation variables were not associated with undernutrition based on anthropometric failure (overall prevalence using the CIAF), underweight, stunting or wasting. However, this study shows that under-five children who experience undernutrition tend to be more common among those who live in environments with poor sanitation and home thermal comfort than children under five who live in good sanitation environments and home thermal comfort. Studies in Indonesia show that climate change, which causes a crisis in food availability and exposure to environmental temperatures including room temperature and relative humdaity, has a significant impact on the occurrence of undernutrition in children under five [33].


This study found family income to be the most dominant factor associated with underweight in children under five. Families with low income levels are 5.44 times more likely to have underweight children than families with high incomes. Globally, it is reported that substantial increases in mortality and overall disease burden are due to child malnutrition in low-income and middle-income countries [56]. A study conducted by Chowdhury et al. in Bangladesh showed that underweight in children under five are associated with household position in lower wealth index. Children under five who come from families with low income levels also have uneducated mothers; this factor is one of the determinants of underweight [57].


Arjun gets demoted from the case due to Kutty's involvement and the case is handed over to DCP Rajangam and IG Anbarasu, both of whom are envious of Arjun. Unknown to anyone, Rajangam and Anbarasu are moles of Wolfranga and don't pay heed to the case. Lakshmi refuses food and drink out of guilt of seeing Kutty going astray, prompting Arjun to take matters into his own hands and solve the case himself. With Sophia's help alongside a few trusted aides in the cybercrime department, Arjun captures one of the mules and asks him about the gang and how Kutty got entangled into the dirty business. Kutty had become acquainted to Wolfranga after he was humiliated in front of his family by his sister's in-laws due to his unemployment and refused to let their daughter marry him. Wolfranga indoctrinates him, saying that family are selfish individuals whose affection is a trick to make their children serve them in their old age.


Kutty reunites with his family, but is badly beaten and taken hostage as well. Arjun successfully steals the cocaine, exposing and capturing both Rajangam, Anbarasu and the remaining mules. Arjun arrives at the hideout and fights Wolfranga, defeating him. The team successfully hacks Satan's Slaves's server and lures the bikers to the hideout. Upon arrival, they find Wolfranga dead, and are surrounded and arrested by the police force. At the station, Arjun convinces the bikers to work hard and solve the problems and mentions the importance of the parents's love for them and the pleasures they sacrificed for their children, releasing them. The case is successfully closed, while Arjun and the police force are applauded by the public. Owing to their efforts, the police organize a program to rehabilitate youngsters from depression and drugs. 041b061a72


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