Conceptive Wellbeing Patterns AND ISSUES CFH-PHC 6590-001.


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That ladies can go securely through pregnancy and childbirth,that regulation of fruitfulness can be accomplished without wellbeing dangers and that individuals feel ...
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Conceptive HEALTH TRENDS AND ISSUES CFH-PHC 6590-001 G. LOPEZ M.D

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A JOINT ENTERPRISE Student stops to be an information bank in which stores of learning are made by the instructor to end up a participatory performing artist who reacts to the difficulties of each hazardous circumstance

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DEFINITION* Reproductive Health is a condition of complete,physical,mental and social prosperity and not only the nonappearance of illness or sickness, in all matters identified with the conceptive wellbeing framework and to its capacities and procedures *adopted by ICDP - Cairo 1994

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REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH Implies: Ability to reproduce,to control their fertility,and to hone and appreciate sexual connections That propagation is helped to an effective result through baby and kid survival,growth,and solid advancement. That ladies can go securely through pregnancy and childbirth,that direction of richness can be accomplished without wellbeing perils and that individuals feel and are sheltered in engaging in sexual relations

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REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH GOALS (WHO Program) *Experience sound sexual advancement and development and have the limit for evenhanded mindful connections and sexual satisfaction *Achieve their fancied number of kids securely and healthily,when and in the event that they choose to have them

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REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH GOALS (WHO program) *Avoid sickness, illness and handicap identified with sexuality and propagation and get suitable consideration when required * Be free from savagery and other hurtful practices identified with sexuality and multiplication

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BIRTH INFANCY AND CHILDHOOD ADOLESCENCE ADULTHOOD MATURE AGE ( Post Menopause-Geriatrics) REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH LIFE STAGES

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INFECTIONS RAPE AND ABUSE STDs/HIV/AIDS LEUKORRHEA MENSTRUAL DYSFUCTIONS ABORTION PREGNANCY BIRTH TRAUMA PELVIC FLOOR LESIONS( Prolapse-Incontinence) TUMORS (Breast-Cervix-Endometrium-Ovaries-Vagina) OSTEOPOROSIS-FRACTURES REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH LIFE RISKS

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POPULATION IDENTIFICATION DETECTION OF RISK GROUPS PREVENTION Motivation,Promotion Education SEX EDUCATION EPIDEMIOLOGIC PSYCHOPROPHILACTIC (Lamaze ) ONCOLOGIC CARE AND TREATMENT FOLLOW-UP ACCORDING TO LEVELS AND RISKS REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH INTERVENTIONS AND PROGRAMS

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Reproductive wellbeing chose perspectives (1990-1995) WHO

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MATERNAL PRACTICES INFLUENCING CHILD SURVIVAL IN REPRODUCTIVE LIFE STAGES PRECONCEPTION: 1) Conception deferring activities: delay of marriage-birth dispersing contraception-restraint bosom bolstering PREGNANCY: 2)Specific preventive practices to "ensure" pregnancy,e.g.: dietary limitations; conventional practices; present day rehearses; customs; pre-birth care. 3)Treatments for infection/intricacies customary current 4) Dietary practice a consideration Food taboos 5) Work exercises: physical requests of work (vitality) 6) Other practices: smoking-utilization of medications and so on

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MATERNAL PRACTICES INFLUENCING CHILD SURVIVAL IN REPRODUCTIVE LIFE CYCLE CHILDBIRTH 7) Place chose for birth-Hygiene-:Home-Health Facility 8) Attendant: self/family-tba-qualified POST-NATAL :9) Breast-bolstering hones utilization of colostrum-length halfway bosom nourishing pattern(demand,schedule,nighttime) 10) Supplementary encouraging: sort/timing/measure of sustenances offered;special foods;use of container sustaining 11)Dietary practices of mother:food taboos/confinements/supplements.

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MATERNAL PRACTICES (cont) 12) Household hygienic practices: cleaning;bedding;diapers;food planning; storage;latrine/toilet;water/cleanser; general environment. 13) Specific counteractive action rehearses customary (taboos;rituals;circumcision)- cutting edge baby blues childcare: (vaccinations; vitamins;contraception) 14) Sickness care hones: conventional ( sustenance confinements; medicines;rituals) present day. 15) Activities ( work) of the mother: time continuing family unit work-Outside work care - Care of newborn child amid work (spot of consideration home or work) Delegation of consideration ( kin/relative) unfit or qualified overseer.

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SOME GLOBAL OVERVIEW DATA Birth rate per 1000 population(1999 ): World: 23-More created nations: 11-Less created nations: 26-Less created nations barring China:29 2) Infant Mortality rate (Infant passings per 1000 live births) (1999): World: 57-More created nations: 8-Less created nations: 62-Less created nations barring China:68 3) Contraceptive use ladies in union (1999 ): Prevalence % rate all techniques World: 58-More created nations: 72-Less created countries:55-Less created nations barring China:44

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GLOBAL OVERVIEW DATA (Cont) Contraceptive use present day methods(1999 ): World: 51-More created Countries: 59-Less created nations 49-Less created nations barring China: 37 Maternal Mortality Ratio ( Per 1000 live births) (1992) World: 320 - More created nations: 9-Less created nations: 350-Less created nations barring China: 410) Life time possibility of Maternal demise as indicated by area ( 1987): Africa 1 in 21-Asia 1 in 54 - South America 1 in 73-Caribbean 1 in140-North America 1 in 6366-Northern Europe 1 in 9850

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