Adverse Outcomes in Maternity Care: Implications for Practice, Applying the Recommendations of the Confidential Enquiries
By: Grace Edwards (author)Paperback
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This book includes the key findings and recommendations of the Confidential Enquiries summarised in a clear, simple and accessible way, emphasising the implications for clinical practice.
Chapter 1 Introduction Local national and international trends in perinatal and infant mortality History of the Confidential Enquiries Work of CESDI, CEMD, and CNST Past programmes of the confidential Enquiries Future programmes. Chapter 2 Introduction Antenatal care Trends in stillbirths within England Wales and Northern Ireland The antenatal stillbirth Confidential Enquiries Suboptimal factors Recommendations Paediatric Post mortems Chapter 3 Introduction Intrapartum care The intrapartum Confidential Enquiries. Suboptimal factors Recommendations Chapter 4 Introduction Neonatal care Survival rates of premature babies Project 27 - 28 Confidential Enquiries Suboptimal factors Recommendations Chapter 5 Introduction Rare adverse advents in maternity care Ruptured uterus Shoulder dystocia Breech birth Home birth Suboptimal factors Recommendations Chapter 6 Introduction Sudden Unexplained deaths in Infancy SUDI Confidential Enquiries Suboptimal factors Recommendations Chapter 7 Introduction Confidential Enquiries into maternal deaths Recurrent themes Suboptimal factors Recommendations Chapter 8 Introduction Changing practice Clinical negligence scheme for trusts Clinical governance Organisational change Changing practice Chapter 9 Conclusion Summary and statistics
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