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 Perinatal Information System: history

Name:Perinatal Information System: history
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Link: CLAP1576.pdf

MPS. Newsletter of worldwide activity. March 2010

The Perinatal Information System is a standard for perinatal clinical records developed by PAHO/WHO at the Latin American Centre for Perinatology. SIP is free domain software for filing and analysing the burden of problems, interventions and outcomes of health services at local level. SIP clinical records and software are periodically updated by consensus by a group of Latin American and Caribbean experts in obstetrics and neonatology. The material is available in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish.
SIP collects basic data needed for the care of women and neonates. The data are available in a modular format including: Maternal Identification, Woman History, Current Pregnancy, Antenatal Visits, Labor/ Childbirth or Abortion, Women Diseases, Neonatal History and Diseases, Puerperium, Neonatal and Maternal Discharge.With different degrees of development, SIP is being used in 32 Latin American and Caribbean countries, as well as in Spain and Equatorial Guinea

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