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16 Resources
16 Resources
16 Resources
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  1. Uterine balloon tamponades (UBT) are an effective, safe, and easy to use intervention to manage severe postpartum hemorrhage, the leading cause of maternal death. PATH and Sinapi biomedical, a South African medical device manufacturer, are advancing the Ellavi UBT—a low-cost, fully assembled UBT designed specifically for use in low-resource health facilities.
    Published: October 2017
    Type: Resource Page
  2. Oxygen is listed on the World Health Organization’s Model List of Essential Medicines (EML) and EML for children. This infographic, aimed at advocates and decision-makers, describes the “what,” “where,” “how,” and “how much” behind oxygen programs, and urges countries to align national policies to prioritize oxygen therapy across the entire health system.
    Published: August 2017
    Type: Resource Page
  3. Following a user-centered design approach, PATH developed a portable hand-wash station. This fact sheet details the technology solution specifications and current status of the project.
    Published: July 2017
    Type: Resource Page
  4. The guidelines contain an overview of reprocessing materials and equipment, space planning and workflow, detailed step-by-step disinfection instructions, training and supervision considerations, and further considerations for health facility administrators and ministry of health officials. The general job aid should be posted in the reprocessing area along with the appropriate job aid for the selected method of disinfection. Training materials (including a quality improvement roadmap) can be tailored for training workshops or activities. French and Spanish translations of the guidelines and the general job aid are also available.
    Published: July 2016
    Type: Resource Page
  5. Neonatal infections are a major cause of newborn mortality in low-resource settings. In view of the World Health Organization’s new 2015 guidelines for outpatient treatment of neonatal sepsis when referral is not feasible, PATH reviewed a range of drug formulation, packaging, and delivery technologies that might be applied to gentamicin delivery for infants at primary care to improve safety, ease of delivery, and potentially expand access.
    Published: October 2015
    Type: Resource Page
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