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BACKGROUND: - Skin disorders in pediatric age is a major public health issue worldwide. Adult dermatoses differ significantly from dermatoses in pediatric age group in clinically, treatmentand prognosis. Due to environmental variabilities, hygiene standards, social practices, and inheritance, skin problems vary from one place to another.
OBJECTIVES: Evaluating the prevalence of dermatosis in children of various age, as well as to correlate the prevalence of dermatosis in male and female pediatric patients.
METHODS:-This is cross-sectional observational study that will be done at JNMC and AVBRH Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha. Over the course of a year, from November 2020 to October 2021, 570 patients aged 0 to 18 would be enrolled. Newborns i.e. birth - 1 month, Infants i.e. 1 month - 1 year, Toddlers i.e. 1 – 3 years, Pre-school children i.e. 3 – 6 years, School-age children i.e. 6 – 12 years, and Adolescents i.e. 12 - 18 years would be separated into six groups. All findings will be recorded into a pre-designed proforma for data analysis and interpretation, and the diagnosis will be established on the basis of relevant comprehensive data, clinical aspects, and investigations.
RESULTS: Goals monitoring will be done for which table will be formed to analyze subject to a statistical test to determine their significance.
CONCLUSIONS: The findings for the protocol research will be used to form the conclusions