Articles - Advancing Practice - The Practising Midwife

Reducing maternal sepsis

ADVANCING PRACTICE Intrapartum Care / Mortality Reducing maternal sepsis Despite significant advances in the diagnosis and management of sepsis, sepsis in the puerperium remains an important cause of maternal death (Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) 2012). To ensure the best outcome for women who are septic, timely diagnosis and treatment is required, together […]

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Articles - Advancing Practice - The Practising Midwife

From pregnancy to palliative care: advancing professional midwifery practice?

ADVANCING PRACTICE Mortality From pregnancy to palliative care: advancing professional midwifery practice? Historically midwives may have not considered palliative care as a part of their professional role. Enhanced technologies and antenatal screening have broadened the boundaries of care. However do midwives truly embrace the philosophy of palliative care into their practice? This paper presents the […]

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The Power of Two: Reflections on the MBRRACE-UK maternal and perinatal deaths reports and the London Maternity Strategic Clinical Network

ADVANCING PRACTICE Mortality The power of two: Reflections on the MBRRACE-UK maternal and perinatal deaths reports and the London Maternity Strategic Clinical Network The UK maternal mortality rate is 10 per 100,000 maternities and is falling. The decrease is due to fewer deaths from direct causes; there has been no significant change in the indirect […]

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