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Safe abortion: technical and policy guidance for health systems

World Health Organization, (2012)


2nd edition. This new edition provides policy-makers, programme managers and health-service providers with the latest evidence-based guidance on clinical care. It includes information on how to establish and strengthen services, and outlines a human-rights-based approach to laws and policies on safe, comprehensive abortion care. This guidelines is available in English; French, Spanish; Japanese; Russian; Portuguese; Romanian and Ukrainian
http://www.who.int/reproductivehealth/publications...


Manuel de Formation a la Chirurgie Reparatrice de la Fistule

FIGO et partenaires; UNFPA, (2011)


Trop peu de médecins ont les compétences nécessaires pour traiter la fistule génitale et pour suivre les patientes après l’opération chirurgicale. La plupart des actes ont lieu en Afrique et en Asie par des chirurgiens locaux, avec un support technique fourni par les chirurgiens de pays développés, où les cas de fistules sont rares. Il faudrait de nombreuses années aux médecins actuellement capables de traiter les fistules obstétricales pour opérer toutes les femmes qui ont besoin de leurs expertises, ces femmes qui sont chaque jour de plus en plus nombreuses. Bien que le besoin de chirurgiens formés au traitement de la fistule soit reconnu, il n’existait pasjusque là de manuel de formation standard. Ce présent manuel a été conçu pour pallier à ce manque. Ce manuel a été conçu en collaboration avec des chirurgiens de la fistule, des organisations professionnelles et des organisations spécialistes de la santé, basées en Afrique, en Asie, en Europe et aux États-Unis.
http://www.figo.org/files/figo-corp/Manuel%20de%20...


A Textbook of Gynecology for Less-Resourced Locations

Heleen van Beekhuizen and Regine Unkels, Eds.: The Global Library of Women’s Medicine by Sapiens Publishing, (2012)


This textbook seeks to support various levels of health personnel in less-resourced locations by providing evidence-based information about low-tech diagnostic and treatment options for common gynecological conditions such as cervical, ovarian and breast cancer, problems in early pregnancy, contraception and gynecological bleeding disorders. It also covers specific conditions often encountered in less-resourced locations such as fistula surgery, female genital mutilation and HIV-associated gynecological complications. A separate chapter deals with subfertility, a topic which is rarely on the agenda of vertical programs in less-resourced locations although the need for appropriate care for this condition is substantial Download Chapter by Chapter from the Webiste: http://www.glowm.com/resource_type/resource/textbook/title/a-textbook-of-gynecology-for-less-resourced-locations/resource_doc/35
http://www.glowm.com/resource_type/resource/textbo...


Basic Emergency Obstetric Care (BEmOC) Site Evaluation Sheet

NN, (2015)


This form includes quesitons to help evaluate the services provided, human resources, infrastructure, equipment, drugs and infection prevention at basic emergency obstetric care (BEmOC) sites. Part of the Malawi Maternal and Neonatal Health Toolkit Accessed 12 Febr. 2015
https://www.k4health.org/toolkits/malawi-mnh/basic...


WHO guidelines for screening and treatment of precancerous lesions for cervical cancer prevention

Green Ink, Eds.: World Health Organization, (2013)


Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) is a premalignant lesion that may exist at any one of three stages: CIN1, CIN2, or CIN3. If left untreated, CIN2 or CIN3 (collectively referred to as CIN2+) can progress to cervical cancer. Instead of screening and diagnosis by the standard sequence of cytology, colposcopy, biopsy, and histological confirmation of CIN, an alternative method is to use a ‘screen-and-treat’ approach in which the treatment decision is based on a screening test and treatment is provided soon or, ideally, immediately after a positive screening test. This guideline provides recommendations for strategies for a screen-and-treat programme
http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/94830/1/9...


Single-Visit Approach to Cervical Cancer Prevention: Counseling Cue Cards

Pathfinder International, (2013)


The single-visit approach to cervical cancer prevention (also referred to as the “See-and-Treat” approach) currently involves visual inspection of the cervix with acetic acid wash and treatment of precancerous lesions with cryotherapy. These cue cards are meant to be used with Pathfinder International’s Clinical Standards of Practice and Counseling Guide is designed to be used by physicians, nurses, midwives, and health officers who provide cervical cancer prevention services using the single-visit approach
http://www.pathfinder.org/publications-tools/pdfs/...


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