TITLE

TRANSPORT VITALNO UGROŽENOG NOVOROĐENČETA

AUTHOR(S)
Skokić, Fahrija
PUB. DATE
January 2007
SOURCE
Pedijatrija Danas: Pediatrics Today;2007, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p24
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Transport of newborns in mortal danger is usually interhospital (secondary) transport and it implies transport from one institution to another in cases when a regional hospital is not able to offer adequate treatment to a newborn in mortal danger. It can be antenatal »in utero« transport which offers transport of a high-risk pregnant woman and transport of a newborn. Transport of newborns in mortal danger is performed in two ways: from general hospitals »one-way transport«, or from tertiary institutions »two-way transport«. The system of interhospital transport consists of five components: organization, communication, staff, equipment in the ambulance and 24-hour availability. Efficient functioning of transport requires careful planning, detailed instructions and standards regarding the staff, procedures and the equipment necessary for the transport programme. Transport quality is assessed by a Scoring System which evaluates the status of the neonate in mortal danger before and after transport.
ACCESSION #
28013314

 

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