Ppt on antenatal care

TEMPLATE DESIGN © 2008 www.PosterPresentations.com Evaluation of the antenatal care and obstetric outcome of obese pregnant women and those with a healthy.

34.9 (class 1); 35-39.9 (class 2); and BMI 40 or over (class 3 or morbid obesity) OBJECTIVES To compare the antenatal care and obstetric outcome of mothers with a healthy BMI (20-25) to women with a raised BMI (30-35). We also compared RCOG /of women audited within the BMI range 30-35, it is difficult to draw any statistically significant conclusions on BMI in relation to antenatal care and obstetric outcome. In order to improve the audit, a greater number of obese women should be captured in the audit, GWH /


MATERNAL AND INFANT HEALTH CARE IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SETTING Lecture 5 1 1 Clinical Application for Community Health Nursing (NUR 417)

and infant mortality, stillbirths and prematurely  Increase the number of breast fed babies 15 2.Antenatal Care in Primary Health Care Centers Schedule of antenatal visits: The total visits during pregnancy are 12 to 15 visits in normal as follows: /8 th months of pregnancy  One visit every week during the 9 th month of pregnancy 16 2.Antenatal Care in Primary Health Care Centers Anti natal care during initial visit: A. History taken including  Social history : family members  Family history: any /


ANTENATAL CARE. General Objective To enhance the knowledge, attitude and practice of nurses on FOCUSED ANTENATAL CARE Specific Objectives To demonstrate.

an immediate general assessment of the pregnant woman To apply the process flow of providing antenatal care. To discuss the importance of a birth and emergency plan Objectives of Prenatal Care To detect diseases which may complicate pregnancy Educate women on danger and emergency signs & / are away? B I R T H and E M E R G E N C Y P L A N ANTENATAL CARE: Key Messages Reduced number of visits Provided by skilled birth attendant Screening and prevention of diseases that may complicate pregnancy Preventive /


WHO Antenatal Course Preparing the new WHO eProfessors.

through effective and regular feedback. Helping students to adopt and maintain a positive attitude towards change in antenatal care. Helping students connect the course material and to their real-world professional experiences and goals. Promoting lively/ through effective and regular feedback. Helping students to adopt and maintain a positive attitude towards change in antenatal care. Helping students connect the course material and to their real-world professional experiences and goals. Promoting lively/


46 weeks of care – sharing the patient journey through pregnancy to 6 weeks post-partum 3rd November 2012 CHWC The Canberra Hospital.

for managing surgical and anaesthetic risks for women with BMI > 50 Need for transfer for women deemed to be at higher risk Clinical Practice Guidelines Antenatal Care – Module 1 Draft for AHMAC February 2012 Clinical Practice Guidelines Antenatal Care – Module 1 Draft for AHMAC February 2012 7.2Weight and body mass index ‘Pre-pregnancy weight and weight gain during pregnancy are important determinants of/


The contribution of midwife-led care to the quality and safety of maternity care : implications of findings from a Cochrane meta-analysis Jane Sandall.

the physical, psychological, spiritual and social well-being of the woman and family throughout the childbearing cycle; providing the woman with individualised education, counselling and antenatal care; continuous attendance during labour, birth and the immediate postpartum period; ongoing support during the postnatal period; minimising technological interventions; and identifying and referring women who require obstetric or other specialist /


NSC Antenatal and Newborn Screening Programmes Mrs Susan Fairgrieve.

, ideally between 18 and 20 weeks gestation, by an appropriately trained sonographer and with equipment of an appropriate standard as outlined by the National Screening Committee NICE Clinical Guideline 6. Antenatal Care - Routine Care for the healthy pregnant woman. October 2003. Further information is available from: www.screening.nhs.uk/fetalanomaly.home.htm Infectious Diseases Further Information can be obtained from: www. hpa/


Antenatal Care. Definition of Antenatal care comprehensive health supervision of a pregnant woman before delivery Or it is planned examination, observation.

and perinatal mortality and morbidity rates To improve the physical and mental health of women and children Importance of Antenatal Care To ensure that the pregnant woman and her fetus are in the best possible health. To detect early and/is insufficient evidence to support its clinical and cost effectiveness. Rubella Rubella susceptibility screening should be offered early in antenatal care to identify women at risk of contracting rubella infection and to enable vaccination in the postnatal period for the /


AWARENESS OF REPEAT ANTENATAL HIV TESTING IN MOTHERS AT SIX WEEKS POSTNATAL AT CHILENJE CLINIC, LUSAKA. Agnes Mtaja Supervisors :Dr B. Amadi Dr S Wasomwe.

guidelines Operational definition and Limitations Aware – women that responded with a ‘yes’ to being asked “In the antenatal counseling you underwent prior to being tested for HIV, were you told that you needed to retest for HIV / - Swaziland (Keiffer et al, 2010) Barriers to uptake of PMTCT were numerous in various studies. Of note: - lack of discussion by antenatal care providers - lack of awareness of existing services by clients (Bwirire et al, 2008; Gita S et al, 2008) Methodology Cross sectional study /


ANTENATAL CARE. Definition  Systematic supervision or care of a woman during pregnancy.  Also called prenatal care.

a woman during pregnancy.  Also called prenatal care.  Primary aim of antenatal care is to achieve at the end of pregnancy a healthy mother and a healthy baby.  Ideally this care should begin soon after conception ( or even preconceptionally ) and continue throughout pregnancy.  Includes a) Careful history taking and examination & examination & b) Advice to the pregnant b) Advice to the pregnant woman woman Objectives 1/


Module 3 Antenatal Care for PMTCT Ministry of Health/HAPCO, Ethiopia.

Section Three HIV testing & counseling during ANC Section Four Clinical care for HIV positive women. Section five for HIV positive pregnant women Module objectives: Explain focused antenatal care Describe the components of a comprehensive approach to the prevention of /or soon thereafter and continue with 3TC 150 mg every 12 hours until delivery After delivery: Mother on ART during antenatal care: Continue regular schedule of ART. Mother on ARV prophylaxis or ARV Started only during Labor: 3TC 150 mg plus/


Women, HIV and PMTCT Unit 11 HIV Care and ART: A Course for Physicians.

women  Prevention of transmission from HIV+ women to their infants  Treatment, care and support of women infected with HIV, their infants and their families 36 Antenatal Care  Primary prevention during pregnancy Education about safer sex with use of condoms for /see if she needs ART for her own health  Educate on adequate nutrition and prenatal care  Counseling regarding infant feeding options should begin during antenatal care 83 Case 2 – Introduction  A 29-year-old woman in her third pregnancy, /


Antenatal Thyroid Screening and Childhood Cognitive Function John H. Lazarus, M.D., Jonathan P. Bestwick, M.Sc., Sue Channon, D.Clin.Psych., Ruth Paradice,

; median, 13 weeks 3 days). The timing of screening in our study was chosen because it is at this time that routine antenatal care in hospitals is initiated in the majority of women. However, in post hoc analyses, we likewise did not find a benefit of /; median, 13 weeks 3 days). The timing of screening in our study was chosen because it is at this time that routine antenatal care in hospitals is initiated in the majority of women. However, in post hoc analyses, we likewise did not find a benefit of /


Cost effectiveness of rapid HIV and syphilis testing algorithms in antenatal care Claire C. Bristow, MSc Fielding School of Public Health University of.

Conclusions A dual HIV/syphilis testing algorithm in antenatal care would be the most effective means to reduce the number of adverse outcomes of pregnancy The dual point-of-care testing algorithm had lower overall costs and decreased life/intangible values society places on pregnancy outcomes Conclusions Integrating the screening of syphilis into antenatal HIV prevention programs through dual rapid point-of-care testing would increase the number of maternal infections detected and have the greatest impact /


Antenatal Care (ANC): Overview

, it is extremely important that the woman designate blood donors that can be available should the need arise either during pregnancy, labor, birth, or in the immediate postpartum period. Antenatal Care: Overview Antenatal Care: Overview 4/16/2017 Goal-Directed ANC Goal-directed interventions Increasing use of systematic review of evidence to evaluate effectiveness of interventions This effort is now underway and is ongoing/


Antenatal Mental Health and Predictors of Stillbirth and Intrauterine deaths: A cohort study in rural Pakistan Authors: Ahmad AM 1,2*, Khalil M 2, Minas.

been registered with either a LHW and/or a Lady Health Visitor (LHV) in the primary health care system.  Sample size: 620 women participants METHODS Contd..  Data collection tools (Pretested/validated):  Antenatal study specific questionnaire  Data extraction tool – PHC records  Self Reporting Quest-20 and Edinburgh Depression/01 Age at first pregnancy-0.100.910.83 – 0.990.04 Antenatal care used Yes No -0.39 1.00 0.68 0.24 – 1.94 0.47 Able to visit care provider independently Yes No 0.26 1.00 1.30 0.59 /


©MOH-DRH/DOMC/NLTP/ JHPIEGO Focused Antenatal care (FANC) 1 What is FANC? Is health care given to a pregnant woman from conception to the onset of labour.

NEED, SOME WOMEN WILL REQUIRE ADDITIONAL VISITS. 5 Four comprehensive, personalized antenatal visits: ©MOH-DRH/DOMC/NLTP/ JHPIEGO Objectives of Focused Antenatal Care 6 Early detection and treatment of problems Prevention of complications using safe, simple/CONTRIBUTE TO A WOMAN’S HEALTHY PREGNANCY 28 The role of fathers in antenatal care ©MOH-DRH/DOMC/NLTP/ JHPIEGO Service providers should educate fathers about antenatal care 29 Fathers should make sure that the woman: – has enough nutritious food/


Antenatal Screen and Dating scan Dr Emeil Kamel. Pre-pregnancy Counselling and routine Antenatal Assessment in the absence of pregnancy complications.

)  All women planning pregnancy should receive advice with respect to:  Where and when to attend in early pregnancy  Vitamin supplementation (particularly folic acid for 3 months preconception)  Models of care First Antenatal Visit  All women should be advised to attend in early pregnancy with a view to:  Confirming pregnancy and establishing an EDC  A comprehensive clinical assessment in order to determine any/


Fetal Growth Patterns: how to improve the antenatal detection of the Small or Large for gestational age fetus in a low risk population Dr Alison Munt Obstetrician.

Long-term risks in offspring: Development of impaired glucose tolerance and obesity Development of metabolic syndrome Increase in aorta intima-media thickness, left ventricular mass, and abnormal lipid profile Detection: Antenatal care Is fetus growing at a normal rate = according to its genetic potential? Abdominal palpation Measurement of SFH BUT FIRST: Identify those patients not suitable for low risk/


Maternal Mental Illness Antenatal and postnatal depression Dr Andrew Mayers

mental illness?  Consequences for child and the mother  Effect on relationship between them  Types of illness  Antenatal depression  Antenatal anxiety  Postnatal depression  We will look at these illnesses in this session  Serious illnesses (later session) / - at relatively high levels 23 PND Treatment  Counselling and talking therapies (CBT etc.) very effective  Group or individual care  BUT rare - can take time to get into a programme  We need more Perinatal Mental Health teams!  Self/


PEDIATRIC UROLOGY CLAUDE REITELMAN, M.D.

Care: The Most Frequent Reasons for Calling an Expert - Part II PEDIATRIC UROLOGY CLAUDE REITELMAN, M.D. PEDIATRIC UROLOGY TOPICS UNDESCENDED TESTIS IS THERE A ROLE FOR ULTRASONOGRAPHY ? URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS/REFLUX WHEN SOULD ANTIBIOTICS BE PRESCRIBED ? ANTENATAL/IS FELT THAT SURGERY SHOULD BE AVOIDED MALE WITH PRIOR INGUINAL SURGERY – MAY AUGMENT PHYSICAL EXAMINATION antenatal hydronephrosis PREVALENCE - ~1-5% DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS TRANSIENT HYDRONEPHROSIS 40-80% URETEROPELVIC JUNCTION OBSTRUCTION 10-/


References -Book of Readings. Nursing Practice 2015. -Ladewig, P., London, M., Olds, S.(2012) Maternal Newborn Nursing Care. Forth Edition. Addison Wesley.

classes -available from: -maternity hospital -private childbirth educators -independent midwives -Parent Centre, Homebirth Association -Marae based classes  Benefits from attending antenatal classes include: -learn about the labour and birth process -learn and prepare coping strategies for labour -meet other families - Antenatal care : key points 1.Promote and maintain maternal and fetal health and welfare. 2. Detect early and treat problems that occur. 3/


Dr. Fouzia Shaikh Associate professor LUMHS

ray or irradiation because of possible teratogenic effects on the fetus such as birth defects or childhood leukemia FOCUSED ANTENATAL CARE The high risk approach intended to classify pregnant women as “low risk” or “high risk” based on/for all women, carried out at certain critical times in the pregnancy. The essential elements of a focused approach to antenatal care • Identification and surveillance of the pregnant woman and her expected child • Recognition and management of pregnancy-related complications,/


Fetal Growth Patterns: how to improve the antenatal detection of the Small or Large for gestational age fetus in a low risk population Dr Alison Munt Obstetrician.

syndrome – Increase in aorta intima-media thickness, left ventricular mass, and abnormal lipid profile Detection: Antenatal care Is fetus growing at a normal rate = according to its genetic potential? Abdominal palpation Measurement of SFH BUT FIRST:/ on morphology Fundal Height measuring not possible/unreliable – Polyhydramnios – High BMI (35+) – Large fibroids Detection: Antenatal care Is fetus growing at a normal rate = according to its genetic potential? Abdominal palpation Measurement of SFH Abdominal /


Anatomy and Physiology of Pregnancy Lectures 1 N. Petrenko, MD, PhD AND-2 Nursing Care of Childbearing Family.

its effectiveness and cost effectiveness. C HIV infection Pregnant women should be offered screening for HIV infection early in antenatal care because appropriate antenatal interventions can reduce mother-to-child transmission of HIV infection. D Rubella Rubella-susceptibility screening should be offered early in antenatal care to identify women at risk of contracting rubella infection and to enable vaccination in the postnatal period for the/


Finding Common Ground in Antenatal Education Vivienne Brady, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin. Dr. Joan Lalor,

meetings (n=18) and individual (n=7) conversations.  Analysis: Voice-centred Relational Method Using Action Research to Develop Antenatal Education (ANE) Not Knowing  Uncertainty in articulating knowledge needs in preparation for birth and motherhood.  Making sense of position/ B., Berg M., Lundgren I., Olafsdottir O. & Kirkham M. (2008) Relationships: the hidden threads in the tapestry of maternity care. Midwifery 24 (2), 132-137  Leap N. (2010) The less we do the more we give. In The Midwife Mother/


Antenatal Care DR. Yasir Katib MBBS, FRCSC Perinatologist.

a delayed period and her LMP 5 weeks ago. She had a positive home pregnancy test and visit your clinic for antenatal care 20 y old lady newly married 4 months ago. Known case of DM presented with a delayed period and her LMP /5 weeks ago. She had a positive home pregnancy test and visit your clinic for antenatal care What we should do? Antenatal care (ANC) goals and strategy Explain the components and objectives of prenatal goals Explain the components and objectives of prenatal/


MATERNAL HEALTH Some technical aspects ANC, Delivery Care and PNC

or prevent pregnancy complications, but ANC is important for women to come into and maintain contact with the health system Antenatal care Aim Routine care Identification of women with special conditions and referral to higher centre if necessary for care Early detection of problems Antenatal care Essential components Detailed history to detect special conditions / problems Clinical examination Maternal height/weight Clinical examination for anaemia Blood pressure/


Antenatal Routine Enquiry Domestic Abuse

Consider advice and support from local domestic abuse units Education & Training - Standard 10 Awareness of physical and general indicators Midwives and health visitors to use Routine Enquiry as part of antenatal care All Trusts/LHBs to adopt the All Wales Pathway for Domestic Abuse as Good Practice (Welsh Risk Pool Standard) Domestic Abuse to be placed on Trust and LHB Agenda Campaign/


Maternal and child health – a national and international perspective Dr Hora Soltani Health & Social Care Research Centre Sheffield Hallam University.

(home, birth centre, hospital). There should be continuity of care and of the carer – a named midwife (team of midwives), a named obstetrician (if required). NICE – Antenatal Care (ANC) guideline: a reduced no. of antenatal visits. Confidential Enquiries into maternal death (saving mothers’ lives) / at 6 weeks and 6 months. 17% of the women who died booked for maternity care after 22 weeks or had missed over four antenatal visits VS 5% of women who were self-employed or had a partner in employment. /


PERINATAL MOOD AND ANXIETY DISORDERS JANET BROWN, APRN, BC ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSE WOMEN’S EMOTIONAL WELLNESS CHRISTIANA CARE HEALTH SYSTEM.

Mood Disorders Center Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Guideline #7 Team Approach Coordinate with OB, Pediatrician, and Primary Care Dr. Jennifer Payne Director, Women’s Mood Disorders Center Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Medications in Pregnancy Potential/and Alternative Medication Treatments for Perinatal Depression Bright light therapy  3 studies support efficacy of bright light therapy in antenatal depression  1 RCT of 15 women with PPD did not demonstrate efficacy  Recommend initial dosing of 30 /


RSPT 2353 Neonatal Pediatric Respiratory Care STAGES OF FETAL LUNG DEVELOPMENT.

Placenta Abruption Placenta Previa Disorders of aminiotoic fluid Abnormalities of Umbilical cord Oligohydraminos, Polyhydraminos Antenatal Assessment and High- Risk Delivery Antenatal Assessment Antenatal = Around birth time, usually considered prior to L and D Ultrasound Amniocentesis Shake/ continued beyond 42 weeks Pre-term less than 33 weeks ges age Lack of prenatal care Neonatal Assessment and Resuscitation Neonatal Resuscitation Considerations While Assessing the Patient Maintain warmth Cold stress /


An evidence based approach to teenage pregnancy and early childhood development – The Triad of Care Professor Julie Quinlivan.

free childcare or peri-preschool for infants and educational programs for teenage parents that schedule within childcare or peri-preschool hours. Government scorecard for the Teenage ‘Triad of Care’. ItemCurrent statusScorecard Teenage-specific antenatal clinics at all sites where there are at least 70 births Five teenage specific clinics in Australia founded on historical grounds. No systematic evaluation of sites that should/


Baseline assessment for maternal and newborn care in Timor Leste MCH in Developing Countries January 11, 2011.

prominent 90% of deliveries occur at home, most without a skilled birth attendant 90% of deliveries occur at home, most without a skilled birth attendant Antenatal care 44%, postpartum and newborn care virtually nil Antenatal care 44%, postpartum and newborn care virtually nil Contraceptive prevalence 8.5% Contraceptive prevalence 8.5% Timorese Strengths Strong and determined people Strong and determined people Revitalization of ancient, traditional culture/


QI Collaboration in Colorado Colorado Perinatal Care Council Initiatives Alfonso Pantoja, MD Chair 2010-2011.

EACH MEASURE and submitted to The Joint Commission. ✓ Elective Delivery Cesarean Section ✓ Antenatal Steroids ✓ Health Care-Associated Bloodstream Infections in Newborns ✓ Exclusive Breast Milk Feeding Colorado VON Group Report /are provisional. Cesarean Section Deliveries by Maternal County of Residency. Colorado Residents 2008-2010 CLABSIs in Colorado Antenatal Corticosteroids The benefits of antenatal administration of corticosteroids (ACS) to fetuses [24 - 33 weeks] at risk of preterm delivery vastly /


To screen or not to screen ANTENATAL SCREENING Jim Gray Consultant Microbiologist Birmingham Women’s Hospital

of preterm delivery to prevention of pyelonephritis Not clear whether the test should use culture NICE CG62: Antenatal care for uncomplicated pregnancies Women should be offered routine screening for asymptomatic bacteriuria by midstream urine culture early/ of their local National Chlamydia Screening Programme. Chlamydia screening should not be offered as part of routine antenatal care. More NICE recommendations Do not screen for: Bacterial vaginosis CMV Hepatitis C Toxoplasmosis Group B Streptococci (/


Eliminating vertical transmission Rights here, right now Elaine J. Abrams International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs and Harlem Hospital.

Percent (%) of HIV+ Pregnant Women *Excludes ‘no or unknown’ regimen Multi-drug ARV prophylaxis sdNVP ART Multiple barriers to eligible women initiating ART during pregnancy 2,675 Women booked for antenatal care 23 HAART 26 ZDV 13 No ART 2,623 Tested for HIV 793 Tested HIV positive 668 Treatment naive 62 CD4 <200 (16%) 397 CD4 tested (59%) (59%) Chen, JAIDS/


Washington D.C., USA, 22-27 July 2012www.aids2012.org Factors associated with non-utilisation of antenatal care services by women delivering with an unbooked.

group National programmes on maternal and child health. Little was known regarding the factors associated with non- utilisation of antenatal care services by pregnant women Distribution of women delivering with an unbooked status at Chitungwiza municipal clinics by year Washington D./-0.86) N22195.320789.2 Washington D.C., USA, 22-27 July 2012www.aids2012.org Multivariate Analysis on Antenatal care utilisation VariableAOR95% CI Unaffordability of ANC fees3.01.15-7.69 Religion1.81.09-2.98 Testing for HIV /


Implementing NICE guidance

evidence becoming available. The update also provided an opportunity to look at a number of aspects of antenatal care, including: giving information to pregnant women reflecting changes in national and/or international expert opinion (on/ to screening for diabetes in pregnancy is shared with ‘Diabetes in pregnancy’ (NICE clinical guideline 63). The antenatal care guideline makes a recommendation relating to screening for diabetes and the diabetes in pregnancy guideline makes recommendations about diagnosis /


Where do women who deliver at home fall through the cracks in the PMTCT Continuum of Care? Descriptive evidence from Zimbabwe Karen A Webb 1, D Patel 1,

Unskilled Birth Attendant costs approximate or exceed clinic fees High ANC uptake –with adequate planning, transport for service uptake possible Antenatal Services Intrapartum Services Postpartum / Postnatal Services 12 3 Results: High rates of postnatal care for babies, but uptake is not prompt. Antenatal Services Intrapartum Services Postpartum / Postnatal Services 88.2% babies taken for post- natal check-ups – only 37.5% within 72/


Starting a Successful Antenatal Program Global Missions Health Conference Catherine Hoelzer, MPH, PA-C.

without complication 3.All women considered at risk because most complications can’t be predicted. Source: Focused Antenatal Care, www.accesstohealth.org ANC recommended visit schedule The WHO recommends 4 ANC visits for normal pregnancy: 1/ continue to play an important role providing in many developing countries by: Providing antenatal care. Giving assistance during labor and delivery, and initial postpartum care. 2007 Cochrane review concluded, "The potential of traditional birth attendant (TBA) training/


Title: antenatal care 30 October 2015 Learning question: What is antenatal care and why is it important? Homework:

to avoid these bacteria Fish such as shark and swordfish contain high levels of mercury and should be avoided also Tuna can be eaten in small doses 9 marks Care after conception Care received after a woman becomes pregnant is described as antenatal care At 11-12 weeks, medical staff ask about general health and any history of pregnancy to decide if any special/


Workshop 1 - Report IMPS IMproving Care in a Pregnancy after Stillbirth Central Manchester University Hospitals NHSFT University Hospital of South Manchester.

Bereavement Midwife, UHSM Dr Sreebala Sripada – Consultant Obstetrician, UHSM What are we trying to accomplish? To improve antenatal care for parents who have experienced a stillbirth in a previous pregnancy by establishing a specialist service within 12 months. Apply/ a service model developed in a tertiary service (with additional funding) to antenatal care in a secondary care to improve service for parents who have previously experienced a stillbirh. Reason for the effort Why is/


Antenatal care (ANC): Quality vs quantity – it’s the content that counts for improving pre-eclampsia /eclampsia (PEE) outcomes Sheena Currie, Senior Maternal.

entry point for early identification and prevention of PEE progression to severe PEE and eclampsia Current practice re frequency ANC Antenatal care is a complex intervention Considerable differences across countries in what constitutes standard care In most low-resource settings the standard minimum 4 antenatal visits is inline with current WHO guidelines but coverage of ANC4+ variable Number and frequency ANC visits currently being/


Maternity Services Text message service to increase attendance at antenatal clinics.

for antenatal care, attended infrequently or never attend for care.  At present in Scotland, women and babies who are at the greatest risk of poor health outcomes are the least likely to access and/or benefit from the antenatal health care /enjoying receiving the messages and trying the activities suggested. There is strong evidence that effective attachment begins in the antenatal period and if these messages facilitate this the benefits are immeasurable.  Women attend clinics because of better engagement/


PRENATAL CARE DR CHIPPY DR CHIPPY. DEFINITION Prenatal care is defined as a comprehensive antenatal care programme that involves a coordinated approach.

DR CHIPPY DEFINITION Prenatal care is defined as a comprehensive antenatal care programme that involves a coordinated approach to medical care and psychosocial support that optimally begins before conception and extends throughout the antenatal period. Prenatal care is defined as a comprehensive antenatal care programme that involves a coordinated approach to medical care and psychosocial support that optimally begins before conception and extends throughout the antenatal period. AIMS Screen high/


Prenatal Care, Assessment and Screening Maternal Newborn Orientation Learning Module July 2012.

://rcp.nshealth.ca/chart-prenatal-forms/nova-scotia-prenatal-record http://rcp.nshealth.ca/clinical-practice-guidelines/antenatal-laboratory-screening-testing Nova Scotia Prenatal Record 1 Demographics Pregnancy Dating Obstetrical History Problems/Comments/Referrals –Present Pregnancy –Past Illnesses Demographics Race/Ethnicity: Genetic Screening Culturally Competent Care http://www.gov.ns.ca/health/primaryhealthcare/diversity.asp Nova Scotia Prenatal Record 1 Demographics Pregnancy/


NAGERCOIL OB-SOCIETY Antenatal Checklist. Antenatal Care Preventive medicine in pregnancy.

Joshi, Jaipur Dr Bhasker Pal, Kolkata Dr Parul Kotdawala, Ahmedabad Dr Susheela Rani, Bangalore Dr Suchitra Pandit, Mumbai Dr Anita Singh, Patna Investigations in Antenatal Care Mandatory Preferable Mandatory These tests are mandatory in the provision of standard antenatal care Preferable These tests have been shown to be of clinical value, but are not into evidence based recommendations as of now ANC was released/


Lecture 4 Indicators of mother and child health care. Maternal mortality rate, mortality in infancy and childhood.

The low status of women in the society coupled with their low literacy levels prevents the women from taking antenatal care even if services are available. Most deliveries take place at home without the services of the trained midwifery personnel/world. Most maternal deaths and pregnancy complications can be prevented if pregnant women have access to good-quality antenatal, natal and postnatal care, and if certain harmful birth practices are avoided. Estimates of maternal mortality in some countries in 2000/


Antenatal Check Up: History taking SBA - Presentation 2 (b) Maternal Health Division Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Government of India.

What is the importance of history taking? Diagnose pregnancy (first visit only) Identify medical or obstetric complications in present pregnancy Identify complications during previous pregnancies Antenatal Check Up: History taking3 History Taking Points to be taken care of : Ensure privacy Ensure calm and quiet atmosphere Make the woman comfortable and relaxed Maintain confidentiality Establish rapport Record all facts on Mother & Child Protection/


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