A waste management system that includes a placenta

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A waste management system that includes a placentapitBEmONCproviderfacilitiesaremadeattractiveandcomfortable with privacy and space for an accompanying“birth companion” (family member, friend, TBA or BHW) aswell as for minor children in cases where leaving them athome is not possible.CEmONC provider facilities are departmentalized accordingto medical specialties and are usually large, adequately andappropriately equipped and staffed by competent CEmONCTeams (CTs). Clients referred from BEmONC facilities canreach these facilities within 1-hour travel time.The CEmONC Teams and the Itinerant Teams (ITs) are basedin these facilities. Its structural design features the followingamenities:a.Emergency Roomb.Admission Roomc.Pharmacyd.Well equipped laboratorye.Blood station appropriately equipped and furnishedf.Labor roomg.Delivery roomh.An obstetric operating roomi.Sterilization or autoclave roomj.A recovery roomk.A Newborn Intensive Care Unitl.A breastfeeding loungem.A scrub room for the doctors and nursesAll health facilities providing emergency obstetric andnewborn care (BEmONC and CEmONC) should be equippedwith:a.Radio or telephone for easy contact with a designatedhigher-level facility should advice or referral beneededb.An emergency transport system that is based at thefacility or community for a reasonable fee.Since CEmONC and hospital BEmONC providers also caters toother cases, small children are not allowed to accompany theirmothers to the hospital. This is to protect them from hospital-acquired infections. In this regard, an arrangement should bemade with the concerned C/WHTs for either a TBA or BHW totake care of the small children at home while their mother isgiving birth in the hospital.B. Equipment Requirements Emergency Obstetric andNewborn Care (EmONC) provider facilities should have therequired vital equipment to enable them to deliver qualityWHSM services to clients. Vital equipment are the most basicequipment needed to operate BEmONC and CEmONC providerfacilities in accordance with the standards of the servicedelivery model and are considered “first priority” in judging theoperational capability of the facility.Basic Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care Equipmenta. Vital Equipment1)Vaginal speculum set of 62)NSD Kit (that contains: artery forceps or clamp,dissecting forceps, needle holder, scissors, steriledisposable gloves, urinary catheter, sponge forceps,vaginal speculum, sterile blade, absorbable sutures,sterile cord clamp, plastic sterile disposable sheet forthe mother)3)Adult ambubag4)Pediatric ambubag + mask
CHN211ANNOTATED BY: ABEGAIL BALLORAN5)Simpson’s forceps (optional)6)Suction machine portable 2 L capacity7)Oxygen tank with regulator/gauge8)Spare oxygen gauge9)Kelly pad10)Bassinet11)Cervical inspection set12)NSV (no scalpel vasectomy) set13)IUD (intra-uterine device) kit14)Cut down or minor surgical set15)Microscope16)Nebulizer17)Pediatric stethoscope18)Doppler19)Baby weighing scale20)Non-mercury pediatric sphygmomanometer21)Non- mercury body thermometer22)Mucus extractor (bulb suction apparatus)b.

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Health care provider, Newborn screening

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