──Assessment of improving the ability to treat critically ill pregnant women and newborns at the municipal level
Strengthening the awareness of treatment of critically ill pregnant women and newborns, continuously improving the ability to treat them, and reducing the mortality of pregnant women and newborns are the most important tasks for women and children. Provincial and municipal health committees have always attached great importance. In accordance with the requirements of the Tongchuan City Health and Construction Commission's "Notice on Carrying out Critical Maternal and Newborn Ability Enhancement Activities," our hospital convened a special meeting to select a childbirth, pediatric, internal, and hand anesthesiologist through theoretical and operational assessments. Each of the nurses and midwives set up a joint treatment team, and on September 25 they were evaluated and accepted by municipal experts.
In the afternoon of September 25th, on the third floor of the comprehensive building of our hospital, a group of ten leaders from the Municipal Health and Health Committee and our city's critically ill pregnant women and neonatal treatment experts and a group of ten people conducted a live performance of our hospital's "Improvement of Critical Maternal and Newborn Care Ability" drill. Evaluation.
The assessment is divided into three links: assessment of individual operating skills, assessment of professional theories and laws and regulations, and drills for critical care in obstetrics. The doctors responded promptly and made an appropriate and correct treatment plan, and the team members started treatment in an nervous and orderly manner. The medical staff prepared emergency supplies and medicines in a very short period of time, and all the characters worked together to look firm and confident! The atmosphere at the scene was serious, tense and orderly. The expert team checked on site whether the operation methods of each medical staff were standardized and the rescue process was correct. Commented! The medical staff of our hospital, regardless of their mental appearance, appearance and appearance, or the preparation of first-aid items and medicines, are in an orderly manner and actively respond to on-site review, comment and guidance by municipal experts.
After the evaluation, the neonatal resuscitation team of our hospital was invited to perform a wonderful neonatal resuscitation exercise. The medical staff responded calmly. The accurate operation and smooth cooperation were praised by the on-site expert group.