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Prevalence and factors affecting developmental delay among 0-6-year-old children attending immunization clinic

Nirmalya Manna, Sudipta Das, Sabir Rahaman S K, Debasis Das.


Background: Development in early childhood is an important determinant of health status in future life and any damage to brain in that period may affect quality of life. Reliable data regarding prevalence and predictors of developmental delay among under-5 children are required for combating this problem.

Aim and Objective: Our study aimed at estimating proportion and determining predictors of developmental delay among 0–6-year-old children.

Materials and Methods: An observational analytic study was conducted among 173 children (

Key words: Developmental Delay; Morbidity; Antenatal Period; Neonatal Period

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