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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: 16 Mar 2020

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ShamimAkther ShamimAkther (6 Mar 2019)
very good
Saranika Swrna (4 Apr 2019)
Gain also knowledge
Mousumi Akter (18 Dec 2019)
It is very helpful for all midwives

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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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ShamimAkther ShamimAkther (6 Mar 2019)
very good
Saranika Swrna (4 Apr 2019)
Gain also knowledge
Mousumi Akter (18 Dec 2019)
It is very helpful for all midwives

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