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Maternal and Child Health Journal

, Volume 20, Issue 10, pp 2160–2168

First Online: 09 July 2016DOI: 10.1007-s10995-016-2050-9

Cite this article as: Woiski, M.D., van Vugt, H.C., Dijkman, A. et al. Matern Child Health J 2016 20: 2160. doi:10.1007-s10995-016-2050-9

Abstract

Objective Postpartum hemorrhage PPH has a continuously rising incidence worldwide, suggesting suboptimal care. An important step in optimizing care is the translation of evidence-based guidelines into comprehensive hospital protocols. However, knowledge about the quality of these protocols is lacking. The objective of this study was to evaluate the quality of PPH-protocols on structure and content in the Netherlands. Methods We performed an observational multicenter study. Eighteen PPH-protocols from 3 University Hospitals UH, 8 Teaching Hospitals TH and 7 Non-Teaching hospitals NTH throughout the Netherlands were acquired. The structure of the PPH-protocols was assessed using the Appraisal of Guidelines for Research and Evaluation AGREE-II Instrument. The content was appraised using previously developed quality indicators, based on international guidelines and Advance-Trauma-Life-Support ATLS-based course instructions. Results The quality of the protocols for postpartum hemorrhage for both structure and content varied widely between different hospitals, but all of them showed room for improvement. The protocols scored mainly below average on the different items of the AGREE-II instrument 8 of the 10 items scored <4 on a 1–7 scale. Regarding the content, adoption of guideline recommendations in protocols was 46 %. In addition, a timely indication of ‘when to perform’ a recommendation was lacking in three-fourths of the items. Conclusion This study shows that the quality of the PPH-protocols for both structure and content in the Netherlands is suboptimal. This makes adherence to the guideline and ATLS-based course instructions difficult.

KeywordsHealth care quality access and evaluation Guideline adherence Postpartum hemorrhage Clinical protocols  Download fulltext PDF



Autor: Mallory D. Woiski - Helena C. van Vugt - Anneke Dijkman - Richard P. Grol - Abraham Marcus - Johanna M. Middeldorp - Be

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