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Plan de acción para acelerar la reducción de la mortalidad materna y la morbilidad materna grave: CD51/12 Plan de acción para acelerar la reducción de la mortalidad materna y la morbilidad materna grave: CD51/12

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Organización Panamericana de la Salud. Consejo Directivo, 51, 26-30 sept.2011, Washington, Estados Unidos. Plan de acción para acelerar la reducción de la mortalidad materna y la morbilidad materna grave: CD51/12. Washington: OPS; 2011. Organización Panamericana de la Salud. Consejo Directivo, 51,
26-30 sept.2011, Washington, Estados Unidos.
Plan de acción para acelerar la reducción de la mortalidad materna y la morbilidad materna grave: CD51/12.
Washington: OPS; 2011.

Esta publicación contiene el texto del "Plan de acción para acelerar la reducción de la mortalidad materna y la morbilidad materna grave" y resolución en los cuatro idiomas oficiales de la Organización: español, inglés, francés y portugués.

2010 Situation Analysis: Elimination of Mother-to-child Transmission of HIV and Congenital Syphilis 2010 Situation Analysis: Elimination of Mother-to-child Transmission of HIV and Congenital Syphilis

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Pan American Health Organization. 2010 situation analysis: elimination of Mother-to Child Transmission of HIV and Congenital Syphilis. Washington: PAHO; 2011. ISBN: 978-92-75-31644-3Pan American Health Organization
2010 Situation Analysis: Elimination of Mother-to-child Transmission of HIV and Congenital Syphilis
Washington: PAHO; 2011
ISBN: 978-92-75-31644-3



In September 2010, PAHO Member States approved the Strategy and Plan of Action for the Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV and Congenital Syphilis by Resolution 50/15 at the 50th Directing Council Meeting8 aimed at:

• reducing mother-to-child transmission of HIV to 2% or less,
• reducing the incidence of pediatric HIV cases to 0.3 or less per 1,000 live births, and
• reducing the incidence of congenital syphilis to 0.5 casesi or less per 1,000 births by 2015.

This report describes the current status of progress in the Region towards the Elimination Initiative goals, highlights gaps and challenges, and presents recommendations for future action to achieve these goals.

2010 Situation Analysis: Elimination of Mother-to-child Transmission of HIV and Congenital Syphilis 2010 Situation Analysis: Elimination of Mother-to-child Transmission of HIV and Congenital Syphilis

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Pan American Health Organization. 2010 situation analysis: elimination of Mother-to Child Transmission of HIV and Congenital Syphilis. Washington: PAHO; 2011. ISBN: 978-92-75-31644-3Pan American Health Organization
2010 Situation Analysis: Elimination of Mother-to-child Transmission of HIV and Congenital Syphilis
Washington: PAHO; 2011
ISBN: 978-92-75-31644-3



In September 2010, PAHO Member States approved the Strategy and Plan of Action for the Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV and Congenital Syphilis by Resolution 50/15 at the 50th Directing Council Meeting8 aimed at:

• reducing mother-to-child transmission of HIV to 2% or less,
• reducing the incidence of pediatric HIV cases to 0.3 or less per 1,000 live births, and
• reducing the incidence of congenital syphilis to 0.5 casesi or less per 1,000 births by 2015.

This report describes the current status of progress in the Region towards the Elimination Initiative goals, highlights gaps and challenges, and presents recommendations for future action to achieve these goals.

SIP: programas utilitarios y diagrama de redes: instrucciones de configuración del sistema SIP: programas utilitarios y diagrama de redes: instrucciones de configuración del sistema

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Fescina RH, De Mucio B, Martínez G, Durán P, Mainero L, Porro R, Rubino M. Sistema Informático Perinatal (SIP): programas utilitarios y diagrama de redes: instrucciones de configuración del sistema. Montevideo: CLAP/SMR; 2011. (CLAP/SMR. Publicación científica; 1588). ISBN: 978-92-75-31652-8.Fescina RH, De Mucio B, Martínez G, Durán P, Serruya S, Mainero L, Porro R, Rubino M.
Montevideo: CLAP/SMR; 2011. (CLAP/SMR. Publicación científica; 1588).
ISBN: 978-92-75-31652-8

Las nuevas versiones de los programas del Sistema Informático Perinatal han sido preparadas para funcionar conformando una red hospitalaria, regional o nacional según diferentes modelos de complejidad.

Esta nueva posibilidad facilita el flujo de información entre niveles para la mejor atención de la gestante y recién nacido, así como también para la gestión del sector, permitiendo centralizar bases de datos con información actualizada para evaluación y la toma de decisiones de manera oportuna.

Con el fin de facilitar e l uso de estas nuevas prestaciones del SIP, CLAP/SMR ha preparado esta breve guía sobre programas utilitarios y diagramas de redes en procura de promover el mejor aprovechamiento de la información disponible en la Historia Clínica Perinatal y en las bases de datos del sistema.

Esta guía se complementa con la Publicación Científica CLAP 1587 “Manual de uso del programa para el análisis y aprovechamiento de la información

Sexual and reproductive health: guides for the PHC  continuum Women and Newborns Sexual and reproductive health: guides for the PHC continuum Women and Newborns

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Fescina RH, De Mucio B, Durán P, Díaz Rossello JL, Martínez G, Serruya S. Sexual and reproductive health: guides for the PHC focused continuum of care of women and newborns. 3rd ed. Montevideo: CLAP/WR; 2011. (CLAP/WR. Scientific Publication; 1577-02). ISBN: 978-92-75-13177-0Fescina RH, De Mucio B, Durán P, Díaz Rossello JL, Martínez G, Serruya S. 
3rd ed. Montevideo: CLAP/WR; 2011. (CLAP/WR. Scientific Publication; 1577-02).
ISBN: 978-92-75-13177-0

The third edition of this publication intends to become a guide for the training of the health care team in the continuum of care of the mother and newborn, broadening and deepening the information contained in previous editions.
Renewing the primary health care strategy requires evidence-based guidelines to help the staff develop standards that may contribute to improve the health of women and their children. These interventions should be cost/effective, since it is a basic principle of primary care that includes the entire population of pregnant women and their children.

All the themes were updated and expanded, incorporating new features and further deepening the contents of preconception care, advocating for promotion and prevention to improve the health status of women, her partner and child through relatively simple measures on family planning with a focus on rights. This includes the provision of emergency contraception and the concept of comprehensive care, to avoid missed opportunities and to improve the efficiency of the contacts between the health personnel and the woman and her child.

Fulfillment of the Millennium Development Goals signed by all member states in relation to objectives 4 and 5 (to reduce the 1990 baseline mortality rates by 2/3 in children and by 3/4 in mothers by 2015) demands a skilled health care team.

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