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Assaf Arie Barg, Sarina Levy Mendelovich, Shadan Lalezari, Shirley Azar Aviv, Dalia Bashari and Gili Kenet

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Victoria West

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Umma A. Ibrahim, Sagir G. Ahmed, Modu B. Kagu and Usman A. Abjah

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Steve Chaplin

properties. March 2016. Available from: www.medicines.org.uk/emc/medicine/1489#PHARMACODYNAMIC_PROPS (accessed 18 March 2016). 5. Wesley MC, Pereira LM, Scharp LA, et al. Pharmacokinetics of tranexamic acid in neonates, infants, and children undergoing cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass. Anesthesiology 2015;122:746-58. 6. Hunt BJ. The current place of tranexamic acid in the management of bleeding. Anaesthesia 2015;70 Suppl 1:50-3, e18. 7. Ng W, Jerath A, Wąsowicz M. Tranexamic acid: a clinical review. Anaesthesiol

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Aneta Gerhant, Marcin Olajossy, Agata Kalińska and Agata Miernicka

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Aim: The objective was to analyze the case of postpartum depression complicated with extended suicide attempt.

Method: The analysis of clinical case and medical history.

Results: In 25-year-old patient, two weeks after childbirth, postpartum depression episode occurred. In the further course of illness psychotic symptoms (delusions, mood disorders), suicidal and infanticide thoughts emerged. Four weeks after childbirth, the patient killed her baby and took an unsuccessful suicidal attempt. Based on medical records, several risk factors of postpartum depression were identified: 1. obstetric and child-related risk factors: Caesarean section, premature birth, obstetric complications during pregnancy, infant’s difficult temper, difficulties related to breastfeeding; 2. psychological risk factors: baby blues, high anxiety level during pregnancy, high level of stress related to child care.

Conclusions: Psychoeducation of women during pregnancy, including their families, is an extremely crucial element of postpartum depression prevention. It is also necessary to raise awareness among healthcare professionals who have frequent contact with mothers after childbirth: midwives, gynaecologists and paediatricians.

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Agnieszka Kopeć, Anna Aftyka, Ewa Humeniuk, Beata Rybojad and Ilona Rozalska-Walaszek

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Introduction. Significant progress in the perinatal and intensive care therapy resulted in a meaningful increase of survival of extremely immature, and burdened with severe diseases neonates. Although infants are the patients of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, the needs of their parents should also be noticed and realized. The aim of the study was the analysis of the parents’ experiences of children hospitalized in the NICU.

Material. The research material comprises 39 written contributions of parents of children hospitalized in the NICU.

Method. A qualitative analysis of the text was used. Quotes of parents were classified in three categories: emotions, thoughts and support.

Results. Fear, happiness, joy, uncertainty, stress and shock are the most frequently emotions appearing in the parents’ reports. The most frequently mentioned areas of cognitive reactions of parents include: realization of child’s mortality, realizing problems of the premature birth, search for the guilty, and the reformulation of looking at the world. Parents often described support they received, but also pointed to the areas where support lacked.

Conclusion:

  1. As a result of intense emotions, both positive and negative tint that parents experience at birth of a premature or sick child, multi-disciplinary care is necessary in order to reduce the negative effects of experienced emotions.

  2. Support, including information support for parents of critically ill newborns is a key skill in the practice of doctors taking care of children hospitalized in NICU.

  3. Psychological support is an essential element of the holistic care of the neonate’s family.

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Joanna Róg, Ewa Stelmach, Bożena Śpila, Jacek Gajewski, Dariusz Juchnowicz, Aleksandra Korzeniowska, Joanna Tomaka and Hanna Karakuła-Juchnowicz

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Ewelina Dziwota, Urszula Fałkowska, Katarzyna Adamczyk, Dorota Adamczyk, Alena Stefańska, Justyna Pawęzka and Marcin Olajossy

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Małgorzata Futyma-Jędrzejewska, Hanna Karakuła-Juchnowicz and Ewelina Drzał

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Katarzyna Jusiak, Żaneta Brudkowska, Maria Gołębiowska, Justyna Morylowska-Topolska, Beata Gołębiowska, Michał Próchnicki, Agnieszka Próchnicka and Hanna Karakuła-Juchnowicz

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