Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal

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Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
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Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
Bring healthcare to thousands in rural Nepal
May 14, 2021

MID-WIFE FOLLOW-UP TRAINING, 2021

Date:      17-20 February 2021

Place:     Benighat Health Post
Benighat Rorang Rural Municipality
Dhading District, Central Nepal

Participants:
11 AMNs from village health posts and community health units of Benighat Rorang Rural Municipality

Trainers (Ob/Gyne): Dr. Rakshya P and Dr. Rakshya U of Indra Rajya laxmi Maternity and Women's Hospital, Thapathali, Kathmandu

In the past, the ob/gyne trainings were conducted in two phases one after another with involvement of five ANMs from different health institutions. When the first batch finished and went back to the village, the second batch would get the training. But this year, the two groups consisting of 5 participants in each group were given training simultaneously by the two specialists.

First Day of Training (17 Feb 2021)

This training being the follow-up, no inauguration program was planned but was communicated in advance and was planned and executed in coordination with Benighat Rorang Rural Municipality.

The first day of training on 17th February started at 10:30 am. It was inaugurated by the health In-charge of Benighat Health Post. In the opening session the trainers and participants once again introduced themselves and the health institutions that they are associated with. After the introductory program, HHC staff briefed and overviewed the women patient report sent by ANMs, experiences and challenges faced by the participants especially after the training. Also discussed about the importance of the follow-up training and the opportunity to share the experiences and shortcomings with the senior trainers and to learn from them. After this, the facilitators took the following classes and discussions were held in an interactive manner.

Second Day of Training (18Feb 2021)

Amenorrhea: This topic was not covered at time of training in December 2020. So, a brief session on amenorrhea was conducted. Amenorrhea means absence of menstruation, often defined as missing one or more menstrual periods.

Third Day of Training (19Feb 2021)  

Miscarriage: defined as the spontaneous loss of a fetus before the 20th week of pregnancy.

Types:
Threatened, Inevitable, Incomplete, Complete, Missed,Recurrent

Ectopic Pregnancy: also called extra-uterine pregnancy or when a fertilized egg grows outside of the uterus (90% in fallopian tube).
Types: tubal and non-tubal
Causes: scars of fallopian tubes, hormonal, genetic, birth defect and medical                             condition
Symptoms: amenorrhea, irregular menstruation, severe pelvic or abdomen pain mostly one side, fainting and shoulder pain
Management: surgical

Fourth Day of Training (20 Feb 2021)

Types of Vaginal Discharge:

  1. Physical: reproductive age, menstrual and hormonal
  2. Pathological: infected and non-infected
  3. Infected:

Sexual infected- TV, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, HSV

Non sexual infected- BV, Candida (mostly below 25 Year

  1. Non infected:

Foreign body, atrophic (dryness) and malignant

Please check the detailed training report and photos attached here.


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