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How to use Chlorhexidine for Umbilical Cord Care

How to use Chlorhexidine for Umbilical Cord Care

How to use Chlorhexidine for Umbilical Cord Care

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Launch date: 29 Nov 2018
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Last updated: 14 Jan 2021

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Ms FLOICE MATAARA BSc (14 Jan 2021)
Cord care should be emphasized to help prevent sepsis in newborns.
Ms Habiba Aktar Ima (14 Jan 2021)
Very good information
Ms SERAH CHEGE BSc (13 Jan 2021)
good

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Description

This film explains how to provide care for a newborn baby and demonstrates how to effectively use the antiseptic, chlorhexidine, to provide safe umbilical cord care after birth as recommended by the World Health Organisation.

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Provide care for a newborn baby and demonstrate how to effectively use the antiseptic, chlorhexidine, to provide safe umbilical cord care after birth as recommended by the World Health Organisation.
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to provide care for a newborn baby and demonstrate how to effectively use the antiseptic, chlorhexidine, to provide safe umbilical cord care after birth as recommended by the World Health Organisation.
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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 (60)

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Ms FLOICE MATAARA BSc (14 Jan 2021)
Cord care should be emphasized to help prevent sepsis in newborns.
Ms Habiba Aktar Ima (14 Jan 2021)
Very good information
Ms SERAH CHEGE BSc (13 Jan 2021)
good
CHARLES MWAI BSc (13 Jan 2021)
GOOD
Ms MARY APWOYO BSc (13 Jan 2021)
eye opener
Ms ANN KABIRU BSc (12 Jan 2021)
good
Ms ROSE OMONDI BSc (4 Jan 2021)
This should be made available in all centres conducting deliveries and Governments should include it in the essential medical consignments.
Mrs SARAPHINE GICHOHI HSC (11 Dec 2020)
useful knowledge
Ms CATHERINE ARACHI BSc (10 Dec 2020)
informative
Ms Jonake Chowdhory Jonake Chowdhory (4 Dec 2020)
To protect newborn cord from infection to give chlorhexidine on the belly bottom of umbilicus.very good watching vedio.
Ms SAMSA AHMED BSc (3 Dec 2020)
informative
Ms ANNE NDUATI BSc (2 Dec 2020)
good
Ms MONICAH MAINA BSc (2 Dec 2020)
good
Ms LILY NGENO BSc (2 Dec 2020)
Good
Ms PRISCA RABUOGI BSc (26 Nov 2020)
Good information
Ms Rumi begum Rumi begum (23 Nov 2020)
Important information..
Mr FREDRICK OTIENO KRCHN (22 Nov 2020)
good
Ms MORINE OWINO BSc (21 Nov 2020)
educative
Ms MELVINE OUYO BSc (10 Nov 2020)
Important refresher
Ms MARYJOY KAURA BSc (10 Nov 2020)
very informative
EDWARD WANJA BSc (5 Nov 2020)
good
Ms ASHA AMBER BSc (4 Nov 2020)
good information
Ms SUSAN ONGUKO BSc (1 Nov 2020)
very informative and very well defined
Ms JUDDY MUCHINA BSc (31 Oct 2020)
informative
Ms JULIAH MWIHAKI BSc (28 Oct 2020)
the topic was very educative
Mr FRANCIS KANGOGO KRCHN (27 Oct 2020)
intresting
Ms AGGREY MARITA BSc (27 Oct 2020)
very educative
Ms Sharmin Akter Sharmin Akter (24 Oct 2020)
I learn this course.
Ms Sabina Yeasmin Sabina Yeasmin (24 Oct 2020)
very good
M ICHAEL KIRAITHE BSc (20 Oct 2020)
informative
Mr CHRIS KIRIMI krchn (17 Oct 2020)
good
Mr KELVIN ATEKO BSc (17 Oct 2020)
Nice to course
Ms JOYCE KOMEN BSc (11 Oct 2020)
very educative
Ms BETH KAMAU BSc (7 Oct 2020)
please watch this guys
Ms MARY MUISYO BSc (6 Oct 2020)
informative
Ms CHRISTINE ANJICHI BSc (3 Oct 2020)
Course is very good
Ms ANN JANE GITHAIGA BSc (3 Oct 2020)
Educative
Ms ESTHER MUTABARI BSc (3 Oct 2020)
educative
Ms SERAH MUGOGO BSc (1 Oct 2020)
very good
Ms EDITH CHEPKORIR diploma (1 Oct 2020)
it helps educate us
Ms JANE KANIU BSc (30 Sep 2020)
Good job
Ms LISPER KABURU BSc (29 Sep 2020)
good demo
Ms MERCY NJUGUNA BSc (25 Sep 2020)
educative
Ms DOY RABUKI BSc (22 Sep 2020)
Very educative ,short and clear
Ms VERONICA NDUNDA BSc (20 Sep 2020)
Perfect
Mr JARED OSUMBA KRCHN (17 Sep 2020)
very good presentation
Ms BARONESS OUKO BSc (17 Sep 2020)
Very Good
Ms FAITH MURIITHI BSc (15 Sep 2020)
eduative
Ms MARYANN MAKUMI (15 Sep 2020)
Informative
Ms JACINTA MBERIA BSc (13 Sep 2020)
wahoo
Ms IRENE M'MIAKA BSc (12 Sep 2020)
informative
Miss RITHWAN YUSUF BSc (10 Sep 2020)
it was a very interesting lesson
Ms Sheuli Banu Sheuli Banu (8 Sep 2020)
Now 7.1% chlorohexidine use babys umbilical cord.it protect umbilical sepsis of the baby.
Ms Puja Bijoya Chakraborty Puja Bijoya Chakraborty (5 Aug 2020)
Very nice video
Ms REHENA AKTER REHENA AKTER (21 May 2020)
very good
Mrs Most. Taslima Khatun Most. Taslima Khatun (5 May 2020)
Chlorhexidine very important for umbilical cord injury for baby
Ms Rani Akther Mou Rani Akther Mou (8 Apr 2020)
It is a nice video but it was not similar with our country. In our country we are using chlorehexidine drop. If develop how to use chlorehexidine drop in umbilical cord care video it will be more helpful for us. Overall of this video is informative.
Ms Roksana Akther Roksana Akther (31 Mar 2020)
Great vedio for all midwives.
Ms Mst.Sumiya Sultana Mst.Sumiya Sultana (30 Mar 2020)
Very helpful for us
Mousumi Akter (18 Dec 2019)
It is very nice vedio and helpful for us.

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