Dr. Asia Abdul Rehman, Dr. Rabbia Irfan Butt, Dr. Maryam Nisar
Aim: To check the chest x-rays of children who have decided that there is non-extreme pneumonia, depending on the new WHO rules, for radiological evidence of pneumonia. Methods: Establishment of six clinics for outpatients in four Pakistan Urban Areas. 2000 children have been recruited with non-serious pneumonia and 1932 children have been selected as chest x-rays. Our current research was conducted at Services Hospital, Lahore from March 2019 to February 2020. In order to determine chest radiograms, two expert radiologists used normalized WHO definitions; no clinical information was available. In the case they deviated, a third radiologist read the radiographs, which eventually relied on two of the three radiologists being arranged. Basic findings predict the occurrence or non-attendance of radiographic pneumonia. Results: In 1519 youngsters (82 percent), chest x-rays were common. In just 263 (14 percent) infants, a significant portion of which suffered from interstitial pneumonitis, radiological evidence for pneumonia was revealed. In just 26 children there was a Lobar solidification. The period of the disease was not linked to the occurrence of radiological modifications (relative risk 1,17, 95 % confidence 0,91 to 1,49). Conclusion: In most kids, normal chest x-rays were defined for non-extreme pneumonia based on the latest WHO definition. Keywords: Chest, Radiography, Diagnosed, Infants, Pakistan.