Chuanshan District Office of Preventing Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in Chuanshan District Supervises mother-to-child transmission of HIV, syphilis and hepatitis B in Q3 2019
To gain a better understanding of the progress of prevention and treatment of mother-to-child transmission of AIDS, syphilis and hepatitis B in the third quarter of 2019. From September 23, 2019 to October 10, 2019, Chen Hong, Zhou Feng, Luo Ni, Chen Feng, Tang Yijia, and other members of the District Office for Preventing Mother-to-Child Transmission Management conducted a survey of health care institutions and community health service centers in the area. Supervised. The supervision group takes the form of listening to reports, on-site inspection of data, random inspections, etc., while guiding while inspecting, and checking the implementation of the rectification of the previous supervision problems. The key inspections include pregnancy detection, mandatory pregnancy detection, early pregnancy detection, quarterly pregnancy test for HIV-infected women of childbearing age who have not taken long-term contraceptive measures, and pregnancy test for male single family spouses.
From the overall situation of supervision, all units have made corresponding rectifications compared to the previous supervision issues. Most units attach great importance to the implementation of full -time / part-time personnel and division of responsibilities. They have carried out work according to the plan formulated at the beginning of the year. Through step-by-step training, medical staff, full-time / part-time personnel have been increasingly working on the mother-infant blocking project. Familiar, carried out various health education activities, actively participated in the follow-up care of infected people, etc., pregnancy search for women of childbearing age, mobilization of free testing for three diseases of pregnant women, fertility guidance, contraceptive guidance, pregnancy status for women of childbearing age and male single-yang families Monitoring and other tasks are gradually standardized. Infected pregnant women are regularly tested as required. Infected pregnant women and their children are given medication in a timely manner, and children born are diagnosed in a timely manner and the results are known. However, there are still cases of pregnancy search for women of childbearing age, pregnancy tests for women of childbearing age and male single-yang family spouses being carried out slowly, and inadequate follow-up.
The members of the supervision team will carefully review and comprehensively analyze the situation, point out existing problems, put forward rectification opinions and guidance suggestions on the spot, and ask all units to continue to rectify in strict accordance with the implementation plan and standards to ensure that the indicators and tasks for mother-to-child transmission are fully completed. And strive to achieve the "zero AIDS" goal.