How should the causes of childhood deaths be accurately identified?

The fully history, detailed examination and any special investigations must be recorded and reviewed (discussed) before deciding on the most likely cause of death. Collecting this information is best done as soon as possible after the child’s death while the probable cause of death should be recorded after it has been discussed and reviewed.

All the infant’s case details must be collected and recorded as soon as possible after the death.

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