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Minimising Maternal Mortality in India Evidence based Approach. Dr. Sharda Jain Sec General Delhi Gynaecologist Forum. Smita Patil. Maternal Death Clock. 1 woman dies from a pregnancy-related complication In India. Every 5 Minute. UNICEF. maternal mortality.

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minimising maternal mortality in india evidence based approach
Minimising Maternal Mortality in India Evidence based Approach

Dr. Sharda Jain

Sec General Delhi Gynaecologist Forum

maternal death clock
Maternal Death Clock

1 woman dies from a pregnancy-related complication

In India

Every 5 Minute...

UNICEF

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maternalmortality

severe acute maternal morbidity

near miss events quality indicator of maternal care
Near Miss EventsQuality Indicator of Maternal Care

"A woman who nearly died but survived a complication that occurred during pregnancy, childbirth or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy“

05_XXX_MM6

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W.H.O.

commitment to reducing maternal deaths mdg 5
Commitment to Reducing Maternal Deaths (MDG- 5)

GOAL

Reduce MMR by 75 %

From1990 - to – 2015

i.e. – 109 per lakh

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mmr indian scenario
MMR-Indian scenario

Expected in 2015 - 135 per lakh LB

MDF – 5 in 2015 is 109 per lakh

  • 1940 - 20 per 1000 live births
  • 1960 - 10 per 1000 live births
  • 1992 - 437 per 100000 live birth
  • 1997 - 407 per 100000 live births
  • 2003 - 301 per 100000 live births
  • 2006 - 254 per 100000 live births
  • 2009 -212 per 1,00,000 LB

SRG

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SRGI

doable goal
Doable Goal !!

MDG - 5

Political willpower

what do women die of

What Do Women Die Of ?

They Die

of simple Obstetric Complications

that Need Not Be Fatal

WHO

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Obstetric Complications

5%

life threatening

15% will experience an obstetric complications

…This is true

world over

Nobody Knows Why This Happens.

It is a Fact of Life.

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most obstetric complications
Most Obstetric Complications

…Almost All Can Be Saved

Can Neither be Predicted

Nor Prevented…

But if Women Receive Timely Effective Treatment

in Time,

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It is necessary to

ENSURE THAT EVERY

PREGNANCY IS WANTED

CONTRACEPTION

Knowledge is not enough

People have to use

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World Health Organization, Geneva

Evidence – based Interventions

Magnesium Sulfate

Oxytocin and

Manual

Compression

Eclampsia

12%

Family Planning and

Postabortion Care

Severe Bleeding

24%

Unsafe

Abortion

13%

Infection

15%

Antibiotics

Indirect Causes

20%

Iron Supplements,

Malaria Intermittent

Treatment and

Antiretroviral for HIV

Tetanus Toxoid

Immunization

Clean Delivery

Obs-

tructed

Labour

8%

Other

Direct

Causes

8%

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Partogram

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Abortion Deaths (13%)

Ensure that

EVERY ABORTION IS SAFE.

Comprehensive Abortion Care

WHO Guideline

who guidelines
WHOGuidelines
  • Medical abortion or vaccum aspiration

are the safest methods

  • MVA (Aspiration Abortion)– It is advocated especially in low resource settings like PHC where reliable source of electricity/maintenance is a problem ???

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three key points mmr
Three Key Points MMR

Time- critical factor

Concept of THREE DELAYS.

Three points at which access to care is delayed or denied or total lack of care

leads to

MATERNAL DEATH

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how much time do we have
How Much Time Do We Have?

It is estimated that, if untreated, death occurs on average in:

2 hours from Postpartum Hemorrhage

12 hours from Antepartum

Hemorrhage

2 days from Obstructed Labor

6 days from Infection

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janani suraksha yojana
Janani Suraksha Yojana

JSY is a safe motherhood intervention under the

NRHM

Door step/ Institutional delivery /shifting from PHC – CHCs – District Hospital

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Education through Medical professionals & self – help groupson risk in pregnancy and benefit of institutional delivery
birth planning home
Birth Planning (Home)

Identify a skilled attendant

Identify appropriate place of birth, and how to get there

Identify support people, (who will accompany the woman and who will take care of the family).

Money

  • To Avoid 3 delays

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inform mother and family about 4 i s
Inform mother and family about4 I\'s

ANTENATAL / INTRANATAT PLANNING

  • Inform Dates of ANC\'s (Anti natal care) and iron folic acid tablate /T.T injections Ensur these are provided.
  • Inform expected date of delivery.
  • Identify place of delivery.
  • Identify health center for referral – For complicated delivery/cessarian Section can be government institution or accredited Private Health Institutional.
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MALE Involvement is the key

Lack of information and inadequate knowledge

Traditional practices

Lack of money

The First Delay - Home

Delay in deciding to seek care

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the second delay
The Second Delay

Inability to access health facilities

  • Out of reach health facilities
  • Poor roads and communication network
  • Poorcommunity support mechanisms

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making emergency obstetric care available
Making Emergency Obstetric Care available
  • Emergency Referral Services (Toll free no 108) introduced Patchy

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obstetric helpline
Obstetric Helpline

Networking of various private and public vehicles and locally identified mobile phones forms the core infrastructure of the helpline, which has been made financially sustainable by linking it with JSY.

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The Third Delay

Delay between arriving and receiving care at the health facility:

  • Inadequate skilled attendants
  • Poorly motivated staff
  • Inadequate equipment and supplies
  • Weak referral system
  • system is not geared -prioritize an emergency & respond promptly

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addressing the third delay averting maternal death disability program amdd
Addressing the \'third delay‘Averting Maternal Death & Disability Program (AMDD)

…We Need to Ensure

that Women have Access To…

Emergency Obstetric Care

(EmOC)

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AMDD Program Orientation

emoc has 8 key functions
EmOC has 8 Key Functions
  • Antibiotics (intravenous or by injection)
  • Oxytocic Drugs
  • Anticonvulsants
  • Blood Transfusion

Manual Removal of Placenta

Removal of Retained Products

Assisted Vaginal Delivery

Surgery (Cesarean Section)

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the good news
THE GOOD NEWS

UK / Middle East

It is An Important Point

for Resource Poor country

INDIA

Not all these functions need hospitals and doctors

Well-trained nurses and midwives can perform most functions at Basic EmOC Facilities

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making emergency obstetric care available functional at chc dist hospital
Making Emergency Obstetric Care available & functional At CHC/ Dist. Hospital

Hiring private ANAESTHETISTS & OBSTETRICIANS to carry out caesarian operations

Total : 45966 (upto Jan2010)

Training MBBS DOCTORS in short term course in Life Saving ANAESTHESIA Skills and Emergency Obstetric Care (EOC).

Total LSCS - 12780

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We are committed to achieve the MDG 5

109 / lack Live Births

Countdown to 2015 begins……..

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asha training villages

AN care

INTRANATAL

ASHATraining (villages)

Equipments

Availability

&

Maintenance

Up gradation of PHC

24 x 7PHC

anaemia management mmr 20 20
ANAEMIA MANAGEMENTMMR = 20 + 20%

Mandatory deworming

Supplementation with iron folic acid (100) Vit C and B-12

Use of iron sucrose

Ensuring proper measurement of haemoglobin levels

changing diet and lifestyle of women using slippers.., washing hands prior to food.

ADOLESCENT ANAEMIA

Control programme

“12 by 12 initiative”

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PPH

Number One causes of MMR

pph box balloon tamponade
PPH BOX BALLOON TAMPONADE

Blood Transfusion

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haemorrhagic action committee
Haemorrhagic Action Committee

Taluka Level & District Level

Combat Haemorrhagia

  • Blood Transfusion Arrangement
  • Arrangements for the blood donation camps.
  • Keeping all the donor cards at the PHC level.
  • When pt. required blood , can be provided without replacement immediately.
  • This arrangement done at Karvan PHC.
  • This innovative step saved three mothers by transfusing blood at the time.

Formation of Haemorrhagic Action Committee

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Hb & IQ

Anaemia FREE Pregnancy

outsourcing
Outsourcing

Objective: To develop conducive environment in all PHCs, making them clean and green, and mobilizing the community through involvement of Self Help Group members

“Clean PHC Green PHC”

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e mamta
E-MAMTA

Mother & Child Online tracking system

A GUJARAT initiative adopted by the Central Government for implementation across India

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fogsi initiatives
FOGSI Initiatives

EMOC at primary health centres, sub-centres and district hospitals.

certificate courses for medical officers in conducting normal deliveries as well as caesarean sections

conducting safe abortions

conducting a maternal mortality audit in the states

National Eclampsia registry

save the girl child campaign

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my role doctor
My Role ?(Doctor)

Dr. Sharda Jain

.

Will - What to Change ? Why to Change ?Skill - How to Change ?

my role
My Role ?

Dr. Sharda Jain

DO WHAT YOU CAN, WHERE YOU ARE, WITH WHAT YOU HAVE.

i may not have gone where i intended to go but i think i have ended up where i intended to be
“I may not have gone where I intended to go.But I think I have ended up where I intended to be”

Dr. Sharda Jain

effects of mothers death
Effects of Mothers’ Death

The death of a woman and mother is a tragic loss to the child, family, community and nation as a whole.

Dr. Sharda Jain

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Together let’s write a new future for

saving mother in India.

We can do it with willpower &

hard work to respect indian women’s LIFE

pph step 1 general management
PPHStep 1 General Management
  • Shout for help
  • Rapid evaluation of Vitals
  • Oxygen by mask
  • Uterine Massage
  • Oxytocin 10 u IM
  • Site 2 large bore(16G – gray color)IV cannula
  • Infuse IV fluid – NS / RL run it fast
  • Catheterize bladder
  • Check the placenta-

- is it expelled

- if it is expelied – re examine & make sure it is complete

  • Examine vagina , perineum, and cervix for tears.
step 2 direct therapy in pph

Placenta

Expelled

Completely

Placenta retained

Partially expelled

Fundus not felt

+Shock

+ Pain

Complete

Placenta

Atonic ut

B/m Massage

Oxitocis

Compress

MRP/ Evacuate

Inversion

Immediate

Reposition

Of Uterus

Trauma

Cervical Vaginal

Perineal tear

Step 2 Direct Therapyin PPH

Immediately PPH- PALPATE UTERUS

Soft Uterus Contracted uterus

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