Cerebral palsy is a recurring phenomenon in children, especially in elementary schools and in schools, year after year. In spite of advanced hygiene conditions, the incidence rate has been constant for years.
In September, a national campaign was launched to reduce the incidence of head lice and re-infection. The Office of the Chief Medical Officer of the BNTSZ and the Nograd County Government Office aims to provide information on the first results of the campaign. - this is the first data to be released. The nationwide inclusive campaign for parents, educators and educators started at the beginning of the school. Given that the fejtetvessйg fennmaradбsбban jelentхs role in felismerйs йs szemйlyes experience hiбnyбnak and betegsйg eltitkolбsбnak, one lйnyeges element of orszбgos akciу sikeressйgйnek the szйleskцrы felvilбgosнtбs the lakossбg minйl szйlesebb kцrйhez korszerы knowledge kцzvetнtйse the fejtetvessйgrхl its felismerйsйrхl, terjedйsйrхl, йs the preventive / abortive procedures. With the help of different cheese organs over the past period, our message has been successfully published on numerous surfaces. In all schools, in schools, educators gave more educated and educated lectures to parents and students in the form of workshops, parents' meetings, and teachers. Information was provided and handed over to the caregivers of the children, which included practical activities. There were posters and posters in public institutions. Another important element in stepping up the fight against head lice is to arrange screening tests for detection in a shorter period of time, for the benefit of medical supervisors.
The success of the campaign is indicative of the fact that in some counties more than 80% of the various children's institutions have been tested. Based on our experience to date, particular attention should be paid in the future to childcare facilities in residential institutions, as the highest incidence rates were in these institutions. Compared to schools, the level of littermates proved to be higher in the general school communities, where it ranged from 1-10%. The national average increased by 0.18% compared to last year (1.68%)
In Nograd County, the number of children enrolled in screening schools increased by 60.2% compared to September 2010, and the number of children enrolled in screening increased by 42.4%. The campaign is showing that 30% more children have been treated this year than they were in the previous year.
Throughout the campaign, the results are continuously monitored and evaluated. We are confident that by the end of the program, we will reach out to many people, and there will be more and more people who are not caring but treating, preventing the cephalopod.