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Screening Program for Mothers Knowledge toward Risk Factors Gastroenteritis among Children under 5-years in Pediatric Hospitals in Baghdad City 1

@inproceedings{Musihb2015ScreeningPF,
  title={Screening Program for Mothers Knowledge toward Risk Factors Gastroenteritis among Children under 5-years in Pediatric Hospitals in Baghdad City 1},
  author={Zeki Sabah Musihb and Ilham Amin Gaduu},
  year={2015}
}
Objective: To screen mother's knowledge about nature of acute gastroenteritis in child of under five year and rank of the risk factors. Methodology: A descriptive study in which a Non-probability (purposive) sample of (250) mothers with her child from under 5 years of age were chosen randomly from out-patient and emergency department of pediatric hospitals. A questionnaire is developed as a tool for data collection. A pilot study was carried out to test the reliability of questionnaire for… 

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