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Video: Neonatal Resuscitation/KUREJESHA PUMZI ZA MTOTO ALIYEZALIWA

Medical Aid Films, (2013)


Swahili Translation of Neonatal Resuscitation for skilled healthworkers showing bag and mask resuscitation.
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Video: Administration of parenteral antibiotics/USIMAMIZI NA UTOAJI WA DAWA ZA ANTIBIOTICS KWA NJIA ISIYO YA KAWAIDA

Medical Aid Films, (2013)


Swahili Version of Administration of parenteral antibiotics Translation and voice over thanks to Alex Mureithi and Zawadi Machibya and their colleagues at the BBC Swahili Service. Video also available in English, French and Somali at: http://www.medicalaidfilms.org/film/how-to-give-intravenous-antibiotics-in-pregnancy/
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Video: How to use a partograph/NAMNA YA KUTUMIA PATOGRAFIA

Medical Aid Films, (2013)


Swahili version of How to use a partograph Translation and voice over thanks to Alex Mureithi and Zawadi Machibya and their colleagues at the BBC Swahili Service A vital tool for the care of every woman in labour. The partograph is a graphic record of vital observations during the course of labour in order to assess its progress and carry out appropriate interventions if and when necessary. Correct use of the partograph can help prevent and manage prolonged or obstructed labour and serious complications, including ruptured uterus, obstetric fistula, and stillbirth. The partograph was developed in Africa (Zimbabwe in about 1970) and has become adopted worldwide.
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Video: Manual removal of the placenta (MROP)/KUONDOA KONDO LA NYUMA KWA KUTUMIA MIKONO

Medical Aid Films, (2013)


Swahili version of Manual removal of the placenta (MROP) Translation and voice over thanks to Alex Mureithi and Zawadi Machibya and their colleagues at the BBC Swahili Service Retained placenta can lead to post-partum haemorrhage, which is responsible for a third of all maternal deaths. This is a challenging procedure that must be done manually. The film will speak about what retained placenta is, why it is important to be removed and the essential steps that need to be undertaken. Animation teaches the technique of the procedure much more effectively, showing how one hand is placed on the fundus of the uterus while the other carefully works around the edge of the placenta gradually separating it then removing it for the uterus.
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Video: Prevention and Management of Primary Postpartum Haemorrhage-PPH/KUZUIA NA KUDHIBITI KUTOKWA DAMU NYINGI BAADA YA KUJIFUNGUA - MAFUNZO KWA WAUGUZI WENYE UJUZI

Medical Aid Films, (2013)


Swahili version of Prevention and Management of Primary Postpartum Haemorrhage-PPH Translation and voice over thanks to Alex Mureithi and Zawadi Machibya and their colleagues at the BBC Swahili Service PPH, or excessive bleeding after delivery, accounts for a third of all maternal deaths in sub-Saharan Africa, although it is widely preventable and treatable. This film reinforces how to both prevent and manage a PPH in the most common of cases.
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Video: Breastfeeding (0 to 6 months)/KUNYONYESHA (MIEZI 0 - 6)

Medical Aid Films, (2012)


Swahili language version of the film for Breastfeeding (0 to 6 months). Aimed at community health workers to help facilitate training on nutrition to communities and other health workers Translation courtesy of Yussuf Hamad
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Video: How Babys are made/VIPI MTOTO HUFANYIKA

Medical Aid Films, (2012)


Swahili language version of How Babies are made. It is a film explaining male and female reproductive organs and how babies are made.
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Video: How to plan a pregnancy?/NAMNA YA KUPANGA UZAZI

Medical Aid Films, (2012)


Swahili Language version of How to plan a pregnancy. Translation thanks to Yussuf Hamad
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Video: What and when to feed your child (6 to 24 months)/NINI NA WAKATI GANI UMLISHE MTOTO WAKO (MIEZI 6 HADI 24)

Medical Aid Films, (2012)


Swahili language version of What and when to feed your child (6 to 24 months) It is a complementary feeding film, showing what foods you should try to give to your child whenever possible from age 6 months to 2 years.
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Video: What pregnant women should eat/NINI MWANAMKE MJAMZITIO ANATAKIWA ALE

Medical Aid Films, (2012)


Swahili Language version of What pregnant women should eat It is a film showing what women should try to eat during pregnancy to stay healthy and lower the risk of complications during delivery to themselves and their baby.
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