Pudkopan is a national nutrition problem. The long-term effects are social and economic development problems. Lack of minimum height according to age is Pudkopan. It is measured based on age and height at that age.
According to the World Health Organization, the height of a newborn baby should be at least 45 to 50 cm. Who should be 25 cm when the baby reaches 1 year of age? There should be more.
In the second year 12.5 cm. There should be more. Similarly in the third, fourth and fifth year 7 to 9 cm. The rate should increase. Thus, when reaching adulthood, the average height of a woman is 163 cm. That is 5 feet 3 inches and the average height of a man is 176 cm. That is, it should be 5 feet 7 inches.
Children and adults who fail to increase their height according to this criterion are called Pudke. This type of malnutrition is also called chronic malnutrition.
Sons and daughters born to Pudke parents are also more likely to be Pudke. Once done, no treatment or balanced diet can make it worse. Therefore, this problem can be solved only if children are fed nutritious food before the age of 5 years
Hunger and severe diseases cause malnutrition in children. This type of malnutrition is called acute malnutrition.
For children aged 6 months to 5 years, the level of erectile dysfunction is measured by a tape measure measuring the thickness of the upper middle part of the left arm.
According to the criteria set by the World Health Organization, when a baby is born healthy, the thickness of the arm should be 10 to 11 cm. Should be Similarly, in a year of birth, 16 cm. Should be Thereafter, it increased by 0.15 cm every year and at the age of 5 years it increased to 17 cm. Yes. Measuring the baby’s arm is 12.5 cm. If it is above, then green color i.e. normal condition can be understood. If less than then yellow color i.e. moderate malnutrition and 11.5 cm. If it is less than, then it can be understood as red color i.e. severe malnutrition.
It is measured based on age and weight at that age. According to the standards of the World Health Organization, a baby weighs 2.5 to 3.4 kg at birth. Should be