Demystifying maternal care during COVID-19 - Shared screen with speaker view
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Thanks Prof.That was KISS....precisely.
How do you take care of a suspected covid pregnant woman whose test results is not ready? Most test results takes about 1week in most African countries.
What are the interim management procedures for babies born to covid19 positive mothers?
What are system-level solutions we need to implement to protect pregnant women and ensure MNH service continuity? In Kenya we hear of women in labour being too scared to go out during curfew - and of other countries that have used MNH/ ANC cards as a “pass” to be out to go to hospital during curfew. What kinds of solutions exist for these system level challenges?
How do we ensure the health facilities are not the risk? Any additional measures to clean and ensure sterility and cleanliness of health facilities and equipment, beds, etc? HOw about potentially exposed HCWs who might infect women and newborns?
Is there a hotline or a number for women or their loved ones to call? To get support, and be advsed when to go to hospital?
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thank you too
Yes. Please do a webinar on vaccination in the era of covid-19
Very nice presentations
Was this responded to? How do we ensure the health facilities are not the risk? Any additional measures to clean and ensure sterility and cleanliness of health facilities and equipment, beds, etc? HOw about potentially exposed HCWs who might infect women and newborns?
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Thank you for your answer. I hope all of us as the health community in Kenya can advocate for leadership and alignment with law enforcement
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Thank you Faith, this is exactly right. We need to protect the entire maternal and newborn continuum, including protecting birth companions
Yes. Could even be an ectopic, so no bump showing. We need to provide something that's easily identifiable. Mother child booklets are a good option