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G. Special Care (Neonatal) Record.

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Let others benefit from your hard work.  Please let us know about any hyperlinks which allow others to see your local records. Or, if permitted, please send us any relevant “.pdf”s.  Let us know via editor@eepd.org.uk

 

So far the only Special Care records accessible via the EEPD are those below

 

 

Latin American Centre for Perinatology, Women and Reproductive Health Records (CLAP/WR)

The current 2010 versions of the Neonatal Special Care paperwork created by Latin American Centre for Perinatology, Women and Reproductive Health (CLAP/WR) Records. 

(see http://fawdry.info/index.php?&id=155 for further information)

was recently described in an e-mail from Dr. Jose Luis Diaz Rossello. 

(check their website at www.clap.ops.oms.org for any updates)

 

It is as follows

All newborns have a Basic Perinatal Record which is naturally also available for all special care admissions.

 

They then add the Special Care Admission Form 

(which does not repeat any information not already entered in the basic perinatal form).

http://fawdry.info/eepd/11_cas/f_specialcare/clap/FHENAVP_I.pdf

 

On the back of the Admission form they have a Special Care Discharge Form

http://fawdry.info/eepd/11_cas/f_specialcare/clap/FHENRVP_I.pdf

which summarises all relevant data on diseases, interventions, growth, screenings, counselling and planned follow-up visits.

 

They then have a Daily Neonatal Chart

http://fawdry.info/eepd/11_cas/f_specialcare/clap/FENENAVP(modif_03-09).pdf

and a Daily Neonatal Care Proforma

http://fawdry.info/eepd/11_cas/f_specialcare/clap/FENENRVP(modif_03-09).pdf

for all the information collected daily by nursing and medical staff

 

The glossary for these documents is compatible with VON Network and EURONET datasets for Very Low Birth Weight infants (VLBW)

 

Their neonatal forms also provide an opportunity to check the identity, information and communication with the family. They also check that the mother will have maternity leave after the discharge of the baby

 

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Let others benefit from your hard work.  Any “.pdf”s of your local records welcome.  Send them to www.eepd.org.uk

 

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