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COLLABORATIVE APPROACH FOR THE TREATMENT OF POSTPARTUM HAEMORRHAGE . FLASOG : May 2005 Betty-Anne Daviss, RM, MA Project Manager, ICM/FIGO, Iniciativa Maternidad Sin Riesgo/Newborn Iniciativa Global en la Prevencion de la hemorragia Post-Parto. The Swedish Association of Midwives . 1000.

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collaborative approach for the treatment of postpartum haemorrhage

COLLABORATIVE APPROACH FOR THE TREATMENT OF POSTPARTUM HAEMORRHAGE

FLASOG : May 2005

Betty-Anne Daviss, RM, MA

Project Manager, ICM/FIGO, Iniciativa Maternidad Sin Riesgo/Newborn

Iniciativa Global en la Prevencion de la hemorragia Post-Parto

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USA

CAN

HAI

LAC

trend

900

BOL

PAR

PER

800

PAN

BRA

TRT

GUT

700

DOR

NIC

ELS

600

VEN

COL

maternal mortality (ratio per 100,000 live births)

BAR

500

ECU

JAM

HON

MEX

400

ARG

BAH

COR

300

CUB

CHI

200

URU

100

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1920

1930

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1950

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2000

maternal mortality’s unfinished agenda in the Americas

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. Achievements in Public Health 1900-1999: Healthier Mothers and Babies; 48(38):849-58; Atlanta, 1999.

WHO Maternal Mortality in 2000: estimates developed by WHO, UNICEF & UNFPA; Geneva, 2002

important measure to reduce maternal mortality
Important measure to reduce maternal mortality
  • In developed countries it has been shown that the development of national midwifery coverage has often been the single most important measure in reducing maternal mortality.

Jerker Liljestrand,

Co-chair, Safe Motherhood Program, FIGO

key components of figo icm safe motherhood newborn projects
Key Components of FIGO/ICM Safe Motherhood/Newborn Projects
  • 1. Civil Society
  • 2. Midwives’ & Nurses’ Associations
  • 3. Obstetric Societies
  • 4. Ministries of Health
latin america and the carribean causes of maternal mortality
Latin America and the Carribean:Causes of Maternal Mortality
  • Hemorrhage (20%),
  • Toxemia (22%)
  • Other complications post partum (15%)
  • Other direct causes (17%).
  • Abortion related deaths 11% (in some countries, abortions leading cause)
  • Pre-existing diseases (15%) ( tuberculosis, heart disease, and influenza) management.
  • Based on PAHO data (1995-2000) for reported maternal deaths in 20 countries, using various sources, primarily vital statistics, surveillance, and special country studies. Under-reporting is still a problem in many countries
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Joint Statement

Management of the Third Stage of Labour to Prevent Post-partum Haemorrhage

Every attendant at birth needs to have the knowledge, skills and critical judgment needed to carry out active management of the third stage of labour and access to needed supplies and equipment.