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How to use a Partograph

How to use a Partograph

How to use a Partograph

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Launch date: 29 Nov 2018
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Last updated: 23 Jan 2021

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Ms ROSEBELLA ODERA BSc (20 Jan 2021)
very good
Ms Jamila Akther Lima Jamila Akther Lima (19 Jan 2021)
Very helpful video i am acquire knowledge in this video.
Ms Habiba Aktar Ima (14 Jan 2021)
Important information about partograph.

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Description

This film shows how to use a partograph correctly. The partograph is a graphic record of vital observations to assess progress during labour. Correct use of the partograph can help to prevent and manage prolonged or obstructed labour and other serious complications such as a ruptured uterus, obstetric fistula and stillbirth.

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Learn how to use a partograph correctly
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to learn how to use a partograph correctly.
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Industry Specialists
on behalf of Medical Aid Films

Medical Aid Films grew out of the experiences of Midwife Fiona Laird, working in a refugee camp in Darfur in 2006. Seeing babies dying needlessly from tetanus due to their cord being cut with a dirty knife, she sought a way to share simple but life-saving information with health workers and mothers in the community.

Together with co-founders, Professor Eric Jauniaux and Dr Natalie Greenwold, they had the idea to create a simple animation to inform community members about basic care during delivery of a newborn baby — 10 Steps to a Clean Delivery. With that, Medical Aid Films was born.

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User Reviews (50)

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Ms ROSEBELLA ODERA BSc (20 Jan 2021)
very good
Ms Jamila Akther Lima Jamila Akther Lima (19 Jan 2021)
Very helpful video i am acquire knowledge in this video.
Ms Habiba Aktar Ima (14 Jan 2021)
Important information about partograph.
Mr EVANS MATHUVA BSc (11 Jan 2021)
so much educative
Ms Rumi begum Rumi begum (10 Jan 2021)
Very informative..most important for baby and mother.
Mr JOHN MARURU (2 Jan 2021)
Very Informative
THOMAS MORWABE BSc (20 Dec 2020)
very much informative
Mr stephen mwaisaka (11 Dec 2020)
a good course
Ms PHANICE KEYA BSc (10 Dec 2020)
Informative
Ms CATHERINE ARACHI BSc (10 Dec 2020)
Educative
Ms Jonake Chowdhory Jonake Chowdhory (4 Dec 2020)
Partoghap is important for progress of labout. It is simple can save lives of mother and baby.thanks
Ms PENINAH KIMENZU BSc (4 Dec 2020)
good
Ms PRISCA RABUOGI BSc (26 Nov 2020)
Partograph remains an important tool
Ms Jhami Rani Paul Jhami Rani Paul (23 Nov 2020)
Good
Ms ANN NJIHIA BSc (23 Nov 2020)
good
Ms FAITH RONO BSc (21 Nov 2020)
very educative
Ms MELVINE OUYO BSc (10 Nov 2020)
important refresher
Dr MARYJOY KAURA BSc (10 Nov 2020)
very educative
Ms JANE KANIU BSc (8 Nov 2020)
Very educative
Ms Ayrin Naher (4 Nov 2020)
it's very important for every midwife for saving lives.
Ms SUSAN ONGUKO BSc (1 Nov 2020)
wonderfully explained..continue good work
Ms JUDDY MUCHINA BSc (31 Oct 2020)
informative
Mr FRANCIS KANGOGO KRCHN (27 Oct 2020)
So informative
Ms Mousumi Khatun Mousumi Khatun (24 Oct 2020)
i am happy for this course
Ms DAMARIS NYAMBEKI Bsc (22 Oct 2020)
it was educative
M ICHAEL KIRAITHE BSc (20 Oct 2020)
educative
NAFTALI OMWOYO BSc (17 Oct 2020)
good
Ms JOAN JEPCHIRCHIR BSc (15 Oct 2020)
attach exams for good evaluation
Ms FLORENCE ANYONA BSc (14 Oct 2020)
educative
JEREMIAH NYONI BSc (8 Oct 2020)
excellent
Ms MARY MUISYO BSc (6 Oct 2020)
informative
Ms ALICE NJOKA BSc (5 Oct 2020)
GOOD
Ms EDITH CHEPKORIR diploma (1 Oct 2020)
its educative and shows learners how to use partograph cosistently
Mrs FELISTA NYAGA BSc (1 Oct 2020)
well done
Ms JOYCE CHEPTUM BSc (29 Sep 2020)
What about the labour monitoring chart. Is it already in place?
Ms Most. Maksuma Akter (28 Sep 2020)
Course content was simple and clear.
EDWARD WANJA BSc (23 Sep 2020)
Nice updates
Ms VERONICA NDUNDA BSc (20 Sep 2020)
Nice
Ms JACINTA MBERIA BSc (20 Sep 2020)
nice one
Ms LINET WAMALWA BSc (15 Sep 2020)
educative film
Mr STEVE ABUYA KRCHN (14 Sep 2020)
Very informative
Ms Puja Bijoya Chakraborty Puja Bijoya Chakraborty (31 Aug 2020)
nice video
Mrs SHOBNOM PARVIN SHOBNOM PARVIN (5 Apr 2020)
Partograph is a important subject for midwives
Mrs Mousumi Akter (31 Mar 2020)
Partograph is very impotant for laboour progress
Ms Roksana Akther Roksana Akther (31 Mar 2020)
Helpful vedio.
Ms Mst.Sumiya Sultana Mst.Sumiya Sultana (30 Mar 2020)
Nice video
Ms Lubna Begum Lubna Begum (19 Mar 2020)
Partograp is graphics represention of progress of labour Its detal normal or complicated labour Pantograph is a handover procedure Its give information of maternal conditions, fetus conditions, Progress of labour,&all personalinformation more important of completions identity of labour #very good for midwives
Mousumi Akter (18 Dec 2019)
It is very helpful for all midwives
Saranika Swrna (4 Apr 2019)
Gain also knowledge
ShamimAkther ShamimAkther (6 Mar 2019)
very good

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