By providing initial compulsory neonatal care (EENC) to infants as early as possible, two-thirds of them can be protected from deadly infections. This information has been given in the World Health Organization’s study.
According to this study conducted in Vietnam, it is beneficial for Eenc to be provided immediately after birth of a newborn. EENC care involves contact with each other’s skin through the embrace of mother and newborn. It provides warmth, help in the milking and protecting the umbilical cord.
It was reported in the study that EENC develops skills of health workers and promotes care. It reduces skin-to-skin contact, lactation, hypothermia, and sepsis. Under the EECN, skin contact with skin, suppressing the umbilical cord of the heartbeat, cutting of the umbilical cord, and breastfeeding immediately after getting the signs of a desire to drink milk, such as dribbling the nerves and putting it in the mouth.