3 centres collaboration

Guidelines

Complications in Pregnancy and Birth

  • Preterm, pre-labour rupture of membranes (PPROM)

    The aim of this guideline is to provide consistent evidence-based advice on the management of preterm, pre-labour rupture of membranes at the three level six maternity services in Victoria.

    Reviewed by Wendy Cutchie on 14 April 2014
  • Preterm Labour

    The aim of this guideline is to provide consistent evidence-based advice on the management of preterm labour at the three level six maternity services in Victoria.

    Reviewed by Wendy Cutchie on 30 August 2012

 

Low Risk Pregnancy

  • Models Of Antenatal Care

    The aim of these guidelines is to assist midwives and doctors to advise women on models of care that are safe and satisfactory.

    Reviewed by Admin on 30 August 2012
  • Prenatal Screening For Down Syndrome

    Early in pregnancy, all women should receive appropriate written information concerning available screening (including potential risks and benefits, the difference between screening and diagnostic testing and possible costs to women).

    Reviewed by Admin on 30 August 2012
  • Antenatal Screening For Hepatitis C Virus (HCV)

    The aim of these guidelines is to assist midwives and doctors to appropriately detect hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection in pregnant women. This guideline is based on a review of the evidence published since January 2000 and is an update of the original 3 Centres guideline published in 2001.

    Reviewed by Admin on 30 August 2012
  • Antenatal Screening For Syphilis

    The aim of these guidelines is to assist midwives and doctors to detect syphilis in pregnant women in order to treat mothers and prevent transmission to infants.

    Reviewed by Admin on 30 August 2012
  • Symphyseal Fundal Height Measurement

    Early in pregnancy all women should receive appropriate written information concerning measurement of fetal growth and be given an opportunity to discuss the procedure with their midwife or doctor.

    Reviewed by Admin on 30 August 2012
  • Discharge Planning During Antenatal Visits

    All women should be given appropriate written information regarding length of stay, discharge procedures and caring for themselves and their baby when they return home, and be given an opportunity to discuss these issues with their midwife or doctor.

    Reviewed by Admin on 30 August 2012

 

Labour and Birth