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Covid-19 HSE Clinical Guidance and Evidence

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Acute / Maternity, Paediatric Hospital Information - Maternity Women and Infants

Interim Clinical Guidance

| Interim Guidance on Routine Care of the New Born during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic (CD 19-044 001/14.05.20)
| Interim Guidance-Selective Ultrasound Screening for Developmental Dysplasia of the Hips (DDH) in Newborns during COVID-19 Pandemic ‚Äč(CD 19-074 001/29.04.20)
| Recommendations for breastfeeding during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic (CD 19-043 002/11.05.20)
| Clinical Decision Support Tool for Maternity (CD 19-075 002/21.04.20) (Download PDF)
| Influenza and COVID-19 enhanced surveillance critical care neonatal and paediatric (0-14 years) Admission Form (Link to HPSC)
| National Clinical Guideline Gastroschisis: Management prior to transfer to surgical centre (NCD19-032/08.09.20) (Download PDF)
| Management of Gastroschisis Flowchart (NCD19-033/08.09.20) (Download PDF)
| Management of fever in infants less than 3 months old' (NCD19-029-001/15.09.20) (Download PDF)
| National Clinical Practice Guideline: Guideline on the Use of Parenteral Nutrition in Neonatal and Paediatric Units (NCD19-034 / 23.11.2020) (Download PDF)
| COVID-19 infection - guidance for maternity services (CD19-069-004/06.05.21) (Download PDF)
| Questions and Answers for pregnant or breastfeeding women and their doctors about COVID-19 vaccination (Link to RCPI)
 | Education Sector Guidance on Employees in the Covid-19 Higher Risk Categories, including Pregnant Employees (CD19-214 001/22.07.2021) (Download PDF)

Summaries of Evidence

| Summaries of Evidence: Maternity, Women and Infants

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