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Or else? Would you rather have a rest, at least for a night? In most Hungarian hospitals this question is still being asked. The smallest baby in the baby room has to decide which placement format to choose, if at all you can do it.
Rooming-in: Together in the baby roomMany people don't choose a baby room because they are afraid that it is not possible to relax with the baby, and they don't even get help from their neighbors. Fortunately, this is not so. Experience and test results also show that Newlyweds don't sleep any morelike roommates, and you can get help if you don't come by.
Well, if you have trouble at home! - Friends are intrigued, and it is a fact that multiple parents are more likely to be locked up in single-occupancy accommodation, especially when they have not had their first baby in a baby room.
Why would you listen to the cry of other children all night long? - moms are scared by those who think they always have another child, newborns are just like that, so it's better to be farther away at night.
In order to make a really good decision, it is worth considering the benefits of being with the Newborn from the start.
Why are you together?
Because the baby often breastfeeds from the start, she also gets a colostrum, it is less common to such an extent that it would require the treatment of a blue light. Colostrum has a laxative effect and is rapidly cleared of fetal plexus. Frequent on-demand breastfeeding can be attributed to the baby does not lose much in terms of birth weight, and by the tenth day you usually bring back what you cast.
If the New Year's Eve is with your mom, you are more likely to avoids spontaneous burns and sugar water. If you wake up, you can suck. (Dieting increases the risk of allergic diseases in infants.) Infant nursing is simpler: they do not have to feed infants several times a day, much less need, and much less need. The mother will know her baby when she returns home, and will be good at diapering, changing clothes, nursing, bathing. Do all mothers know these benefits?
What are the drawbacks?
Dr. Csaba Kуs neonatologist pediatrician chief physician,
- From 1992 to 97, the department operates exclusively with 24 hours of rooming. I can't mention the disadvantages, the only problem can be the lack of preparation.
Gizella Seresné Rubos, a baby boy, twenty-nine years old at St. Stephen's Court, has been working on a baby room for the last eight years. In 1992 there were 860 births in István, this year around 2600. Our request was very surprised, he could not mention any disadvantages. He asked for time to think, asked about the rest of them, and they couldn't even list the drawbacks. "If you have enough staff, no problem! We can be with our moms when needed."
Letters from the Kecskemét region
The mothers thought that the baby-mom room was very small, they made the newborns very strict, even though they were well fed, and therefore breastfeeding failed. And babies can't stay out at night, so they have to cook from noon to six in the morning without eating or breast milk! Many people also mourn the fact that if they do not get enough help with breastfeeding, they will read out every night how much they have sucked, and if it is too little, they will revile their mothers.
To our surprise, many people knew about the birthplace of the Kecskemét Hospital, including the infants of the Hospital (!), And many more moms shared their experiences there. Therefore, we have decided to send the letters to those who have the opportunity to change it. In November 2005, we invited a childbirth chief to Kecskemét to see personally what a pregnant mother could expect. Although the complaint from the readers' letters was quite straightforward, it is clear from the hospital's own surveys that 92 percent of the women in the ward were hired by doctors and nurses. No formal complaint has ever been received. Workers believe that rooming-in enclosures operate at a rate of over 50 percent, while those operating in the traditional system are much more likely to be accommodated. That is to say, the facts show that mothers do not even require single placement, at least not to the extent that the number of baby rooms should be multiplied.
During our visit, we asked some mothers in the maternity ward why they had just chosen this form of care. Karolina Harkly would love to have her little girl Virg, so when she learned that she could switch to rooming, she also took this opportunity to raise her first child, where she said she was. Múnika Borsosné Pongrбcz asked for a traditional place because it was suggested by her guardian during the term. She was born with a cup, and her sister, too, didn't bother asking herself for rooming because she didn't want to wake up to the baby. We were asked what benefits of romming-in had been mentioned to him in the hospital. "I said a more intimate relationship with the baby. That didn't convince me because I had a very intimate relationship with my first child, even though I wasn't with her at birth." Raffael Arank was not offered rooming-in.
The mothers who had requested accommodation in the rooming-in wardrooms were, without exception, overwhelmed by the decisions, although there was no toilet or shower in the corridor, these rooms could only be visited. traditional health clubs open. When we went there, an infant boy was teaching a mother how to water a newborn baby from a baby cup.
An investigation has begun
"It is no longer possible for a mother to struggle with breastfeeding alone," says dr. Gyorgy Godou, chief physician, Department of Obstetrics, Kecskemét Hospital. "All nursing baby nurses come to the gyms and help them where they think they are not doing well. The number of rooms in the rooming-in system has also been increased. We are so successful from a professional point of view that we have a lot to risk, "added Professor Godou." with the baby. " With these measures, the head of the birth department wanted to signal that they were trying to streamline their care as they strove for a compromise. The surprising turn, however, came when dr. Attila Kerekes, a neonatologist chief, put forward what the changes consider to be a real obstacle, the April 2004 issue of Health, with minimum room-in conditions. "I do not say no to non-professionals. We are law-abiding people. We must not violate the regulation on rooming-in, and there are conditions that we cannot meet in due course."
Of course, it is difficult to argue with the law, even if it is clear that not all letters of the law are in the rooming-in. As our colleagues have attended many brothels in the past years, we were really amazed at the terms of the regulation. Soon, only the landlord private house came to our mind as an institution that fulfills these expectations. We have therefore begun further investigations. How is it possible that the precepts of the decree essentially impede the enactment of the Health Law, which states that the mother and the newborn have the right to be together? How is it possible that the minimum conditions are not met while the National Board for Breastfeeding and the National Infant and Child Health Program are among the top goals for Baby Friendly? Part of the conditions in baby-friendly hospitals is to enforce the twenty-plus-room room-in.
The BNTSZ sets out the terms
Response from the Ministry of Health
The ministry and the practitioners have set common minimum requirements for a room-in-class New Year's Eve class, which they do not want to deviate from in the future. Apart from a few exceptions, the newborn and the mother are assured of the newborn classes in Hungary, and of course we are well aware that not all conditions are comfortable with comfort levels. The WHO and the UNICEF National Commission on Breastfeeding, established in March 2005 to assist in the implementation of the Babysitting of Health Program, aim to facilitate the implementation of this initiative.
The National Infant Health Program has been designed to help babies and children to be healthier and to accomplish related short-term tasks more effectively. One of the programme's key objectives is the Baby-Friendly House Initiative, which we wish to strengthen to improve the conditions of care for newborn women and to place them in the newborn. "
Requests remain the same. Because no one is convinced that it is better to be in a large, modernly furnished room with the baby, but if the only possibility is that if there is no appropriate space, then the mother and child should not be separated. jуl. As long as we wait for more money for health, many more babies will be born.