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Table 1 Guaranteed prevention and health promotion package by age group

From: The gap in human resources to deliver the guaranteed package of prevention and health promotion services at urban and rural primary care facilities in Mexico

Newborns Children under 9 years Teens 10–19 years Women and men 20–59 years Women and men over 60 years Pre- and postpartum
1. Risk signs
2. Birth conditions
3. Complete physical examination
4. Birth defects
5. Umbilical cord examination
6. Neonatal screening
7. Eye prophylaxis and vitamin K
8. Vaccination
9. Promotion of breastfeeding and early stimulation
10. Card to follow child
1. Weight and height
2. Complete physical examination
3. Visual acuity
4. Growth and learning disorders
5. Postural problems
6. Family factors of poor prognosis (<5 years)
7. Complete vaccination schedule
8. Micronutrients administration (<5 years)
9. Oral health
10. Healthy nutrition
11. Early stimulation (<5 years)
12. Physical activity and accident prevention
13. Individual and family hygiene education
1. Tuberculosis risk
2. Nutritional status
3. Attention disorders and addictions
4. Complete physical examination
5. Identification of pregnancy
6. Detection of sexually transmitted infections and HIV/AIDS
7. Complete vaccination
8. Reproductive health and contraception
9. Promoting physical activity, oral health, and accident prevention
1. Tuberculosis and BK
2. Sexually transmitted diseases and HIV/AIDS
3. Diabetes, hypertension, overweight, obesity, and osteoporosis
4. Climacteric and menopause (women >40 years)
5. Prostatic disease (men)
6. Complete vaccination
7. Papanicolaou and breast exam (women)
8. Sexual and reproductive health
9. Education for preventing cervical and breast cancer
10. Physical activity, accident prevention, alcohol, and tobacco smoke risk
11. Oral health
1. Visual and hearing problems
2. Prostatic disease
3. Diabetes, hypertension, overweight, obesity, and osteoporosis
4. Tuberculosis risk and BK
5. Signs of cognitive impairment and depression
6. Complete vaccination
7. Breast examination
8. Oral health
9. Physical activity and accident prevention (falls)
10. Information about cervical and breast cancer.
11. Education on acute respiratory infections and vaccines
1. Weight and blood pressure
2. Pregnancy confirmation
3. Pregnancy risks factors
4. Perinatal card
5. Laboratory studies (blood test, syphilis, complete urinalysis, and others)
6. Complete vaccination to pregnant women
7. Micronutrient administration
8. Oral health
9. Parental education
10. Care of the newborn
11. Family planning
12. Health education and treatment to HIV/AIDS
  1. Source: Adapted from Lifeline strategy for Prevention and Health Promotion