Exchange card of a pregnant woman

Exchange card of a pregnant womanFor the period of pregnancy a woman is given a temporary document, the so-called exchange card, she is presented when she enters the hospital. But why do you need it? Not that the standard documents are few? A regular passport of a citizen to you, in any case, awakens, is necessary if you suddenly decide to give birth. Although this is not all. In the maternity hospital at the reception, in addition to the passport, you will also be asked this card.

What is this exchange card? This card is a so-called medical document, it is given to the parturient woman in consultation after reaching the desired period. In this card, different information is transferred from the medical card, which relates to the health of the parturient woman, her type, environment, occupation, information about the course of pregnancy, and, if any, complications. Even in this document indicate how the previous birth and pregnancy took place, what were the tests and procedures, all that the woman went through during pregnancy.

In general, this card has a full characteristic of pregnancy. In the women's consultation, this card is stored up to 20 can not, after that it is issued personally in the hands. After 30-32 weeks a woman should - to carry her everywhere with herself. And the thing is this: in this document, especially in the absence of special circumstances, premature birth (of course, God forbid) can be beaten. Having your exchange card in this case will help you a lot. Because when you get to the hospital, you need to provide information about yourself so that doctors can determine what can not be done in this case and what can be done.

This document has "blocks", there are three of them. The first one contains all the information that concerns the woman's health during the entire pregnancy. In the second, everything that relates to childbirth is recorded. The third unit is filled in the maternity hospital, which is transferred to the children's polyclinic, indicating there information about the newborn baby.

In order for you to better understand what is at stake, we list you points, for example, which are in the first block of your document.

  1. FULL NAME. mothers.
  2. Address.
  3. Date of Birth.
  4. Pelvic dimensions, weight, height. Weight gain is recorded separately.

Sample exchange card of a pregnant woman

Sample exchange card of a pregnant woman

Information about previous pregnancies (in the case of their availability), in particular their course, is, of course, information about the first births, and how many in the semen of children.

All that concerns premature births, and abortions.

All the diseases that you have suffered during life. On such diseases as: rubella, jaundice, tuberculosis, measles and others pay special attention.

  • Diseases of a chronic nature. It's too important. And the thing is, the presence of any diseases (for example, diabetes, bronchial asthma and others) greatly affect both the course of pregnancy and delivery and, of course, the postpartum period.
  • Results of surveys and analyzes.
  • Rhesus factor and blood group of a pregnant woman and, of course, her husband.
  • Fetal position, palpitation, presenting part.
  • The first stirring of the baby.
  • Approximate height and weight of the baby, which is determined by ultrasound.

Studying the second and third parts of the exchange card, you can see that the obi they are filled exclusively in the hospital. Information about how the birth was carried out, whether anesthesia was applied (in case of application, which one was recorded), and whether complications were recorded in the second block.

The second block is given to a woman when she is discharged from the maternity ward to transfer it to a women's consultation, in which she was registered.

In the third block, which is also filled in the maternity hospital, they record the state of the baby's health, but not the midwives, but the neonatologists who work in the children's ward and watch your child. They indicate all information about the baby: date of birth, surname, first name, patronymic, height and weight (at discharge and at birth), some diseases, if any, the condition of the child, birth trauma, etc. Just here points indicate the points that are put to the child by the Apgar jackal, the names of the vaccinations that the child has been given, how his mother is fed: with a mixture or milk and when he was first applied to his chest. At the discharge of this ticket is also given to Mom. It must be presented in the children's polyclinic.