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N1. On Arrival in Postnatal Ward - Baby

N.B. could have a Home Birth and still be admitted to Postnatal Ward


N1-A. ADMINISTRATION

WHEN? Only if “Outcome of Birth (Live or Stillbirth)?” = “Livebirth”

Date of Admission to Postnatal Ward (Baby)?

[Date]


REASON FOR EPR DATA ENTRY
INDIVIDUAL CARE USE Discharge Letter
ANALYSIS USE Thames


WORKLOAD & COST All Phases of Maternity EPR A2: Cost Neutral or Download from PAS (”Above the Line”) “Logical Prioritisation”


EVENTUAL ELECTRONIC INFLOW? None?

FUTURE EPR VISIBILITY? Full Maternity/Neonatal EPR only

RISKS IDENTIFIED As identified from data already on the computer



Baby's Temperature on Arrival in Postnatal Ward?

COMMENT In the light of continuing problems with hypothermia, perhaps in future this items should be reccommended for the EPR as well as on paper

SOURCE .Protos ZMN07

All Phases of Maternity EPR C2: Paper Record enough - EPR entry unjustifiable extra work Maternity EPR Rejection Recommended



N1-B. FINAL DECISION ON SEX OF BABY (ONLY IF PREVIOUS DOUBT)

WHEN? Only if “Sex of Baby for (provisional) Registration?” ≠ “Female” or “Male” (<1%)

Final Decision on Sex of Baby?

Female
Male
Still Uncertain


WORDING OF OTHER DATASETS

  • BAPM 97. Item 33. Gender. Scope: All babies admitted to a neonatal intensive care unit. Level of Enumeration: Each separate episode of the baby on the neonatal intensive care unit before discharge home. Definition: The sex of the baby. Classification / C Timing: On Admission. Consistent with: ANZNN.
  • MANNERS Sex, an15, 0 = Not known; 1 = Male; 2 = Female; 9 = Not specified
  • Toronto Perinatal Consensus 1994. 135. Sex: Male; Female; Ambiguous


REASON FOR EPR DATA ENTRY
INDIVIDUAL CARE USE Discharge Letter(s)
ANALYSIS USE None known


WORKLOAD & COST All Phases of Maternity EPR A2: Cost Neutral (“Above the Line”) “Logical Prioritisation”


EVENTUAL ELECTRONIC INFLOW? [To Neonatal Care EPR] + [To Primary Care EPR]

FUTURE EPR VISIBILITY? Past Pregnancy Summary


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