A SURVEY ON THE COMPLIANCE OF SERVICES PROVIDED TO HEALTHY BABIES WITH THE NATIONAL STANDARD IN HOSPITALS OF AHVAZ IN 2015
Sadi SH, Najar Sh, Afshary P, Haghighe M, Mohammadi S*, Hamidi M
Introduction: hospitals are the most important part of health care providers in the health system and health promotion services are the prospects for the future of hospital services in the health system; therefore, this study was performed aiming to determine the compliance of the services provided to healthy babies with a national standard in hospitals in Ahvaz in 1393. Materials and Methods: this descriptive study was conducted on 400 babies in hospitals with neonatal ward (with proportional allocation to each hospital volume in terms of the entrance criteria (term neonates, healthy infants, etc.) and exit criteria (infants that are recovered, disposal of thick meconium before delivery). Check List for collecting data was designed based on national standard instructions of healthy infant care service package and any processes related to infant care that were studied. After data collection by SPSS software, version 20, using descriptive statistics, they were analyzed. Results: Measuring child growth standards (57. 7percent), vital signs of newborns (45 .55percent), transferring the baby from the delivery room to the mother and baby roommate (61.2 percent), educating care for the baby to the mother (51. 3percent), educating mothers before discharge (62. 18percent) and the discharge of infants (52.13 percent) has relatively good compliance with the country standard. Conclusion: The care provided to newborns in hospitals in Ahvaz in 1393 in all cases had no favorable compliance with the standards of the country. According to the fifth Millennium Development Goals, more attention should be allocated to the infant care deficiencies.
Keywords: healthy baby, compliance, standardization.
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