We often refer to WHO recommendations in our publications on breastfeeding and breastfeeding. Domestic practice sometimes differs from these, so the question rightly arises: who exactly are these suggestions for?Detail from the WHO Birth Recommendations of 1985
"I took it seriously, and in the first few months of my pregnancy, I was told by my chosen doctor that you wanted to give birth to a WHO, so you should not lie down. he recommends these things to living, advanced health care countries, but to those living in conditions where the economic, hygienic, and personal conditions of frequent interventions are not given.
In May 2003, an International Puppet Conference was held within the framework of the Birth Week series, which included the welcome of Professor Marsden Wagner. At first we were asked to summarize the purpose of the WHO action.
- The World Health Organization is a member organization of the United Nations, and its recommendations apply to all member states, including Hungary. It aims to provide up-to-date recommendations and assistance with information based on research, on-the-spot surveys, and evaluation of data, with the highest level of expertise in the field. Because childbirth and pregnancy are not a disease, women's representatives were also involved in formulating the related recommendations. The organization's activities are divided into six regions, with European regions covering both Eastern and Western Europe.
- Are the recommendations for different regions the same?
- Not in all areas. There is a need to distinguish between illnesses such as tuberculosis, SARS, and HIV, which may be another issue. However, as a general recommendation for breastfeeding based on naturally scientific facts, they are equally valid in all countries of the World. WHO recommends exclusive breastfeeding for up to six months, and breastfeeding for up to two years, or more if desired, as this practice significantly reduces the incidence of infectious disease in breast-fed infants. Many advanced nations are characterized by the fact that after birth the healthy baby is taken, even though it should not be separated from the mother. It is better for you to become acquainted with the pathogens found on your mother's body after your birth, rather than the resistant hospital stock exchanges. They also underestimate the importance of early conclusion, although this is the basis for later emotional and intellectual development. It is equally up to the health government to open and enforce WHO recommendations.
- What do you think is the reason why many obstetricians at home accept WHO's birth recommendations?
- Thirteen years have passed since the transition. This country has finally been freed up, now it is necessary to learn to live with freedoms, but the ability to question power has not been born. Doctors, according to the Soviet model, are at the peak of their (health) power structure, enjoying financial benefits - why would they want to make any change? In Hungary, few couples choose a home birth, but as a general rule, they are considered to be of significant value, since this is the first crack in the barrier. Most importantly, women have the right to choose where and how they want to have children. Of course, it's not just about home birth, but more about what's going on in hospitals?
- Which parts of Kurdish midwifery practice should be changed?
All birth events should be based on scientific facts. However, practice shows that this is not the case in many areas of Hungary. The perinatal mortality rate in European countries (this is the highest number of fetuses and neonatal deaths occurring in the last weeks of pregnancy, birth, babies are born until the end, and the doctor is only present for high-risk births. Hungary is only ranked 27th according to the 2000 data, the baby is led by a doctor, and the rate of cesarean section is twice as high. For example, one of the reasons for the widespread routine fetal monitoring (continuous CTG during fasting). Monitoring is sometimes very important, but research shows that in institutions where this practice is all the more likely, the number of cesarean sections is high because of the high diagnosis of yeast disease. In countries where the effects of routine monitoring have been abolished, and births are more difficult for babies, the rate of breastfeeding is again significantly reduced. This is good because cesarean section puts women and babies at increased risk. The situation is similar to the routine sectional exercise, the benefits of which have not been proven by science! A barrier incision can result in more bleeding, more pain, pain, erectile dysfunction, and sexual problems, and in fact, is nothing more than a sexual stump.
Research has shown that in countries where planned home birth is common, this is an effective alternative: maternal and fetal mortality rates are better in every country than in Hungary, where it is forbidden. In my opinion, the situation could be improved if the low-risk babies were unintentionally evaluated, as experience has shown that the number of interventions and the resulting events are significantly reduced. Pregnancy is not a disease, for it is the practice of a patient to be "made" by a healthy female parent.
Marsden Wagner, M.D., M.S.P. H. Slesius, neonatologist, professor at UCLA University in California. Many years of practice, research and teaching work behind his back. He is the director of the California Department of Maternal and Infant Health and the WHO Women's Health Division for fifteen years. In more than fifty countries, the health government has acted as a scientific advisor. He is the author of one hundred scholarly articles and eight books.
Detail from the WHO Birth Recommendations of 1985
- Support for further training of midwives. It is their job to lead normal flow births.
- Normally, the cracking occurs only in the late stage, at the end of the process. Routine early fracturing is not warranted.
- Parenting should not be started on comfort grounds.
- The use of a gauge is generally not warranted. Dam protection should be used as an alternative method.
- During childbirth, it is not necessary to place the woman in a convex position (lying body, leggings). It is a good idea to benefit from walking during the weaning period and to allow everyone to choose their own post-partum posture.
- Postpartum direct breastfeeding and breastfeeding should be encouraged, including during the postpartum period in the birth room.
- After childbirth, stay healthy with your mother if both of you are in a state of health. Observing a healthy newborn cannot be a reason for separation.