Pregnancy Care: Rules and Options

Fewer ultrasounds, bypassed AFP examinations, getting pregnant to get pregnant ... But what does this mean in practice?

The maternity care system was re-established on 1 July 2014 by a decree. Some of the changes were welcomed by the profession and the little ones. The redesigns in February 2015 were also refined. We collected what pregnant women should know. Pregnancy care is a hassle-free (or, as the regulation says, low-risk) pregnancy can be performed by a maternity specialist or a nurse, even with high-risk pregnancies, only a specialist doctor can go to her mother. The novelty was that - if circumstances allow - a baby-breastfeeding mother could go on to birth.And the situation is with high-risk pregnancies. Maternal age is a high risk, especially if the age of a person over 40 or younger than 18, but of course many medical conditions are defined in cases where medical care can only take longer during pregnancy. it remained the task of the mother-in-law. Experiences related to this and caring should be kept in the maternity care book for the caregiver. Pregnant women should be informed about the mandatory exams and, in the previous version, it was mentioned that they were also excluded from the standard exams. The pregnant mother should also inform the doctor who has established the pregnancy that, if she is pregnant, she may choose to have a baby. nurses also involved in care They may, for example, perform fetal cardiac tests, palpation tests, and urine, blood pressure, and blood glucose tests. Thus, the responsible person (doctor, obstetrician) should be informed in writing of the care being performed. The defender must also list the pregnancy week and the name of the child under care in accordance with the specialist's report, as well as the between exams the so-called AFP exam was passed. The study, introduced in the eighties, was used to screen for open spine and Down syndrome, but many critiqued, pregnancy status, diabetes mellitus or maternal smokers). The result of last year's change is that this examination is selected by ultrasound. However, it is worth noting that there are only three required ultrasound examinations in the new pregnancy care system. It is also important to note that in the new system, Young women over 37 must undergo a compulsory genetic test 11-13. hйten. If there is a strong suspicion of a genetic disorder, then paragraphs 12-13. weekly, or 16-17. (If someone does not want to take these tests, they may also want to have a blood test, but the OEP does not support this.) In some cases, it is because the mother cares about the risk factors in her mother's care, and she is also responsible for referring pregnant mothers to the trimester examinations. From 2014, the tasks of the weavers are more prominent. It is their responsibility to complete the Pregnancy Care book, to help the mother with her baby, to prepare for baby care, to know the maternal conditions, to give advice on how to deliver,

Ultrasound examination

As a general rule

Weekly week 4 through week 25, week 25 to week 36 and then weekly pregnancy care, with the help of a pregnant mother carrying the baby every day. The little ones have to take care books and finds with them. Laboratory tests should include morning urine, blood tests for the stomach, and ultrasound, preferably with an empty bladder. Body and blood pressure are also monitored, and fetal tones are monitored from week 16 onwards. Pregnant children must also undergo dental checks.Examinations to be performed in the first trimester of pregnancy:
- Blood count (hemoglobin, hematocrit, red cell index, white blood cell count, platelet count)
- urine (white, pus, sugar, acetone, urobilinogen, ice)
- HBsAg filtration
- syphilis filtration
- blood type determination and blood cell antibody screening
- ultrasound screening examination 11-13. hйten
- genetic counseling (from birth to age 37)
- dental examination
- General practitioner (internal medicine, ECG) examinationExaminations to be performed during the second trimester of pregnancy
- ultrasound screening according to FIGS. hйten
- Blood glucose test (120 minutes after fasting and 75 g glucose) from 24-28. hйten
- Blood counts (hemoglobin, hematocrit, red cell indexes, white blood cell count, platelet count) and blood cell antibody screening as described in sections 24-28. hйten
- urine (white, pus, sugar, acetone, urobilinogen, ice) as described in sections 24-28. hйtenExaminations to be performed during the second trimester of pregnancy
- ultrasound screening 30-32. hйten
- Blood (hemoglobin, hematocrit, RBC indices, white blood cell count, platelet count) and blood cell antibody screening according to sections 36-37. hйten
urine (white, pus, sugar, acetone, urobilinogen, ice) as described in sections 36-37. hйten
- Cardiotocrographic screening at week 38, 39, 40 ** Source: HUNGARIAN JOURNAL Issue 52; 26/2014. (IV. 8.) EMMI Decree - April 8, 2014
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