By Child Advocacy International, David Southall, Brian Coulter, Christiane Ronald
This can be a handbook of clinic care designed to supply moral minimal criteria of therapy for kids in hospitals in deprived nations. It includes sections on how the clinic may be controlled and contains info on each affliction and damage that may take place in a toddler. the data is as modern as attainable and the chapters are written by way of international specialists. There are algorithms for the administration of the commonest illnesses, in addition to guidance at the top approach of supplying care with constrained assets.
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Each hospital should have a mortuary building adjacent to, but separate from the hospital. To prevent the spread of infection, those working in the mortuary will need to be provided with separate clothing for use in the department. The use of two pairs of gloves, or thick rubber gloves and protective clothing will be necessary for the postmortem examination of bodies where there is a suspicion of life-threatening bacteria or viruses. This department will need to have facilities for families to see and spend time with their dead child and a separate comfortable area where documentation can be completed and to facilitate any necessary 18 interviews with local government officials.
Two or more children with the same infection can be isolated together. 23). In some cases nursing the child in a cubicle or single room until medical tests are complete is all that is required. When there is a need for gowns, gloves and masks, these will require frequent changing and washing to ensure their efficacy and to be used by everyone who comes in contact with the child, medical personnel and carers. Ideally they should be used once only and must be removed and discarded or sent for laundering on leaving the isolation area.
They have a key role in being an active advocate for the child, although this is often easier to say than to do. The hierarchical cultures in some healthcare systems can conspire against this, often to the detriment of the child. It is the responsibility of all healthcare professionals to promote an environment where the views of all involved in the child’s care, especially that of the child and their parents, are heard. Inappropriate and needless painful interventions and investigations, long hospitalisation without good reason and unnecessary separations from family cannot be justified.
International Child Health Care: A Manual for Hospitals Worldwide by Child Advocacy International, David Southall, Brian Coulter, Christiane Ronald