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Table 4 Diagnoses assigned to children under five presenting with cough and/or difficult breathing

From: No time for change? Impact of contextual factors on the effect of training primary care healthcare workers in Kyrgyzstan and Vietnam on how to manage asthma in children - A FRESH AIR implementation study

n (%) [missing] Total number of diagnoses
Kyrgyzstan pre-trainingb Consultations, n = 239 Kyrgyzstan post-training, Consultations, n = 36 Vietnam pre-training b Consultations, n = 239 Vietnam post-training Consultations, n = 133
Upper respiratory tract viral infectiona 152 (63.6) [0] 21 (58.3) 160 (67.0) [2] 57 (42.9)
Bronchitis 28 (19.7) [0] 9 (25) 36 (15.1) [1] 22 (16.5)
Pneumonia 2 (0.8) [0] 1 (2.8) 6 (2.5) [0] 0 (0)
Bronchiolitis 0 (0) 0 (0) 17 (7.1) [1] 3 (2.3)
Asthma 0 (0) 0 (0) 2 (0.8) [0] 5 (3.8)
  1. a consisting of children with the following diagnoses: ‘ARI’, cold, coryza, flu, nasopharyngitis, ‘RTI’, upper respiratory tract infection, ‘URTI’, viral infection. b Data in this column has previously been published in Kjærgaard et al. [5]