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The National Maternal-Perinatal Institute, Lima-Peru presents a deficit of monitors for premature IC
We have already worked on a similar project in this same INMP in Lima, completed in 2019. Receive an average of 20,000 deliveries until 2019 (updated statistics). He controls in the Intensive Care Unit about 120 to 125 newborns / day. The population that attends is of low and very low economic level; average age of pregnant women is 25 years, of which 19% are adolescents. They still present a deficit of monitors to be able to manage in the first days of life in intensive care premature babies. This conditions an important morbidity and mortality in this group of newborns. 7 monitors have already been donated two years ago. They still need to cover their need in a total of more than 30 monitors. we want to be able to contribute 10 more monitors. The coordination, the commitment of the health professionals and the support service for equipment maintenance in this Institute is assured. We have gained a working relationship with these professionals.
Profesional, Salud materno-infantil
Instituto Nacional Materno PerinatalJirón Miro Quesada 941, Cercado de LimaLima, Lima, 15001Perú
Monterrico-Surco, Lima, Peru (Club rotario)
Dr. Augusto Saavedra, Monterrico-Surco | contactoSeñor RAFAEL URRUNAGA DIAZ, Monterrico-Surco | contacto
Evaluación de las necesidades de la comunidad: Modo que utilizó el equipo del proyecto para identificar las necesidades de la comunidad.
I am a doctor married to Pediatrician, Monterrico Surco club members; we have been trained in our State Hospitals; We have known the needs they present for decades. Currently being Rotarians and making contacts with colleagues who work in this Institute, four years ago the possibility was seen of carrying out a first project with the donation of 7 monitors and the support of Rotary clubs' friends of the city of Los Angeles, who have traveled twice for the development of this project, having confirmed its completion in April 2019. As mentioned, although the Institute has qualified professional staff, it has the intensive care environments, isolation rooms for infected, as well like 6 operating rooms; and pregnant women are cared for at no cost, since there is a comprehensive insurance system (SIS); unfortunately the budget is not enough to be adequately and fully equipped.
Impacto del proyecto: Modo en que el proyecto ayudará a la comunidad una vez finalizado este.
1. Reduce the morbidity and mortality rate in newborns. 2. Improve the quality of care in the Institute that fundamentally serves the population with low and extremely low economic resources. 3. To be able to continue being the national reference point for extraordinarily complex cases.
Sostenibilidad: Modo en que se mantendrán los beneficios del proyecto una vez finalizado este.
The Institute has a state budget for the care of pregnant patients and their babies until discharge after hospitalization. It also has a Technical Personnel Service trained in biotechnology for the maintenance of its medical equipment. They undertake to keep the proposed monitors operational, as is happening with the previous donation. The monitors will be purchased from suppliers in the city of Lima, which allows for a guarantee, as well as spare parts if necessary. They also offer initial training for handling the monitors.