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SRP. 2020; 11(8): 467-471


Situation Report: Maternal Health Management during COVID-19 Pandemic at Soetomo General Hospital and Universitas Airlangga Academic Hospital, Surabaya Indonesia

Muhammad Ardian Cahya Laksana, Pandu Hanindito Habibie, Manggala Pasca Wardhana, Khanisyah Erza Gumilar, Muhammad Yusuf, Prima Rahmadhany, Brahmana Askandar, Ernawati, Erni Rosita Dewi, Budi Prasetyo, Rizki Pranadyan.

Abstract
The case of COVID-19 in Indonesia has shown a significantly increasing curve. This condition affected the regulation of maternal health services in Indonesia, especially in East Java Province. The health services structure was a challenge in itself, where hospitals must be adaptive during the COVID-19 pandemic. This situation also caused changes in several components of maternal health services. The report focused on maternal services in two hospitals at East Java, Indonesia (Soetomo General Hospital and Universitas Airlangga Academic Hospital) that described five main components, including patient screening, hospital visit policies, intrapartum management, postpartum management, protection and safety for health workers, and funding issues.

Key words: Management Health Services, Maternal COVID-19, Maternal Health Services



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