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Further guidance for creating “epinephrine kits” for emergency use can be found in the Annex. (...) For this reason, we are providing guidance on the logistics of preparing an “epinephrine kit”. MATERIALS NEEDED FOR PREPARING AN “EPINEPHRINE KIT” The following items should be part of an “epinephrine kit” and can be easily assembled in the clinic/hospital. (...) Please note that the items below are only for one kit. Item Picture* Quantity Epinephrine injection 1mg/mL ampule 1 Label stating “For IM use only”.
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Score: 1188029.3 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...tion_anaphylaxisguidelines.pdf
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WHO Digital Accelerator Kits Current Project Brief Objectives and Background Although WHO produces evidence-based guidelines for driving the standard of care, these are often only available in a narrative format that is not readily able to be used within a digital system. (...) Digital Accelerator Kit for Antenatal Care: Based primarily on the 2016 WHO recommendations on antenatal care for a positive pregnancy experience as well as related guidelines, this kit provides the core data elements, decision support logic, and reporting indicators that should be included within digital systems used by nurses and midwives during the provision of antenatal care services. (...) Geographic location Global Main deliverables Digital accelerator kits across SRH Country support to adapt digital accelerator kits within local contexts Partners UNFPA, JSI, PATH Sources of funding DFID UNFPA Date Issued December 2019
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Score: 1132787.3 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...lerator-kits-project-brief.pdf
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Suggested material S0002132 Alere neonatal sample collection kit/100 Sensitivity infants (WB): 98.69 Specificity infants (WB): 100 Sensitivity adults: 94 1,250.00 For product related enquiries please contact UNICEF Supply Division wsebonego@unicef.org For HIV point of care program related enquiries please contact UNICEF Program Division: alecosta@unicef.org Technical Bulletin October 2019 UNICEF, Supply Division Specificity adults: 100 S0001695 Alere q HIV 1/2 Detect cartridge kit of 10 tests 270 110 010 Alere q HIV 1/2 detect Cartridge kit of 10 1 x user guide WB, plasma POC Blood collection kits are not included in the kit and must be ordered additionally, in adequate quantities. (...) N/A 32.00 For product related enquiries please contact UNICEF Supply Division wsebonego@unicef.org For HIV point of care program related enquiries please contact UNICEF Program Division: alecosta@unicef.org Technical Bulletin October 2019 UNICEF, Supply Division S0002132 Alere Neonatal sample collection kit of 100 270 400 200 Neonatal Sample collection kit of 100 NA POC Single-use neonatal sample collection kit. (...) NG specificity >99.9% 162.00 For product related enquiries please contact UNICEF Supply Division wsebonego@unicef.org For HIV point of care program related enquiries please contact UNICEF Program Division: alecosta@unicef.org Technical Bulletin October 2019 UNICEF, Supply Division Female Urine: Sensitivity CT 98.1% Sensitivity NG 94.4% Specificity CT 99.8% Specificity NG >99.9% Male Urine: Sensitivity CT 98.5% Sensitivity NG 98.3% Specificity CT 99.8%, Specificity NG 99.9% S0001691 Xpert TV Assay, kit/10 GXTV-CE-10 Xpert TV Assay, kit/10 (GXTV-CE-10) contains: 10 x Xpert TV assay 1 x CD (instruction for use) Vaginal /Endoc ervical swab Urine Specimen Collection Kits (SWAB/A- 50, URINE/A-50) are not included in the kit and must be ordered additionally.
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Score: 1130695.5 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...-%20VL%20-%20monitoring%20.pdf
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Get the document Document Midwifery Kit technical bulletin Description of the Midwifery Kit, which has been designed to improve maternal and neonatal care in situations of development and emergency. Get the document Document Obstetric, Surgical Kit technical bulletin The kit has been designed to improve maternal and neonatal care in situations of development and emergency. (...) Download file (PDF, 188,48 KB) HIV/Aids Document Interagency Emergency Health Kit 2017 (IEHK2017) - updated Get the document Document Point-of-care for HIV early infant diagnosis Get information on HIV early infant and viral load point-of-care (POC)/near POC nucleic acid detection technologies available for procurement through UNICEF Get the document Link WHO treatment guidelines UNICEF procurement of antiretroviral medicines (ARVs) is guided by the World Health Organization (WHO) treatment guidelines.
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Score: 1121261.1 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...nical-bulletins-and-guidelines
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Beirut Port Explosion: UNICEF delivers 10,000 hygiene and baby care kits to vulnerable families A key platform of UNICEF integrated emergency response was to help ensure the health and safety of vulnerable children and families through the provision of hygiene and baby care kits Simon Balsom UNICEF2020/Fouad-Choufany/Lebanon Available in: English العربية 10 September 2020 The Beirut port explosion of August 4 killed almost 200 people and injured more than 7,000. (...) A key platform of this response was to help ensure the health and safety of vulnerable children and families through the provision of hygiene and baby care kits. For Abbas Safieddine, WASH Officer at UNICEF Lebanon, it was essential for the care of the affected that UNICEF would be among the first to step forward in support of Beirut’s vulnerable citizens. (...) Within each pack are dental, personal and feminine hygiene items. A separate baby care kit includes diapers, creams, and basic items of clothing.
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Score: 1118758.2 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon...-care-kits-vulnerable-families
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Introduction Key considerations for the provision of safe delivery and postnatal services in the context of the Ebola outbreak Identify, train, equip and incentivize health care workers including CHWs to provide priority lifesaving maternal and newborn interventions in the context of Ebola. • Through functioning health facilities, CHWs, community volunteers and community leaders distribute Clean and safe Delivery Kits and Newborn kits to all pregnant women and birth attendants (see Annex 1 for contents of the kits). (...) If immediate referral is not possible, the woman should be placed in an isolation area and all community and health care workers and caregivers should apply the use of full PPE and hand washing with soap when coming into contact with the woman until it is possible to transfer her. • In cases where delivery is imminent at home, CHWs and birth attendants who have been trained on the use of both the clean and safe delivery kit and the newborn kit should support the women. (...) • Policy: Define the following policies in settings where they do not exist: – Misoprostol administration by CHWs after home delivery – Chlorhexidine use by mothers for community-based cord care – Distribution of PPEs to CHWs for management of imminent home deliveries among Ebola symptomatic women • Training: – Train and support health workers and CHWs in the use of the clean and safe delivery kits and caring for the newborn, particularly thermal control, cord care, and early initiation and continued breastfeeding. – Train CHWs, midwives and families in the recognition, referral and follow-up of all postnatal complications. – Train all health workers and families in the recognition of the signs and symptoms of Ebola. • Provision of kits: Set up a functioning distribution and monitoring system to avoid stock-outs. • Incentives: Provide incentives to health care workers and CHWs to ensure the continuous provision of essential health services at the primary health care and community level. • Personal Protective Equipment: All health workers should be provided with PPE and 4 http://www.ennonline.net/infantfeedinginthecontextofebola2014 http://www.ennonline.net/infantfeedinginthecontextofebola2014 be trained on infection prevention measures and on how to safely use PPE.
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Score: 1115046.1 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...health/EbolaGuidanceReport.pdf
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.), and that their impact has been exacerbated since 2020 by the crisis derived from COVID-19, Argentina through the White Helmets Commission (COMCA has developed different actions in the field of prevention, care and response to the socio-sanitary situation, coordinating humanitarian assistance in various SIDS, particularly in the Caribbean region. (...) In this sense, the humanitarian actions and shipments carried out since June 2019 to date, in the Caribbean region are made known: January 2021, a humanitarian shipment was made to Haiti: water purification and disinfectant tablets with the capacity to disinfect 240,000 liters of water, 30,000 nitrile gloves and 5 boxes of rehydration salts were sent; 3 - September 2020 in the framework of the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, rapid coronavirus test kits were sent to the following countries and regional body: Grenada, Barbados and the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States, which has distributed these kits among its Member States: Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The aforementioned Kits were developed by Argentine scientists within the framework of the Coronavirus Unit (MINCyT, CONICET and the National Agency for the Promotion of Research, Technological Development and Innovation (Agency I plus D plus i). - Between the months of September and October 2019, volunteers from the health field of COMCA participated in the mission of the Naval Hospital Ship USNS COMFORT of the United States Navy, providing health care in the main ports of the following countries: Republic Dominican Republic, Grenada, Jamaica, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Trinidad and Tobago. 4.
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Score: 1106649.6 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...s/2021-08/Argentina_Inputs.pdf
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The set included 5 pads and 2 inserts, both washable and reusable. A CARE survey performed revealed 94% of adolescent female students continued to regularly use the reusable kits with 78% finding them easy to wash and 84% finding them sufficiently thick. (...) Therefore, MoET used the distribution as an opportunity to ensure everyone understood the use of all items in the kits, including the menstruation items. This was done in partnership with Mamma’s Laef, the same organization that had fabricated pads and conducted awareness for CARE during the Cyclone Pam recovery period. (...) Published online 2018 Jul 12. doi: 10.2147/IJWH.S152483https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/artic les/PMC5901152/ 7 Days for Girls are an agency dedicated to providing quality menstrual care solutions, health education, and income generation opportunities 8 See: http://www.glogerm.com/handwashing.html https://www.alnap.org/system/files/content/resource/files/main/alnap-ifrc-menstrual-hygiene-case-study-2016.pdf https://www.alnap.org/system/files/content/resource/files/main/alnap-ifrc-menstrual-hygiene-case-study-2016.pdf https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5901152/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5901152/ https://www.daysforgirls.org/ http://www.glogerm.com/handwashing.html WASH FIELD NOTE FN/28/2019 Page 4 Lessons Learned MoET, teachers and students were grateful for the WASH in school kits.
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Score: 1097329.3 - https://www.unicef.org/pacificislands/media/1541/file
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The items in these kits are especially critical for delivering medical care, safe water and hygiene, protection and education to restore a sense of normalcy for children amid humanitarian emergencies, including during conflicts, outbreaks and disasters. (...) Medical care Interagency Emergency Health Kit Medicines and medical equipment to meet the initial primary healthcare needs of a population of 10,000 people for three months. (...) Obstetric Surgical Kit Supplies for maternal and neo-natal care, including surgical instruments and basic sterilization and resuscitation equipment to handle an average of 100 deliveries, including those with complications and surgery.
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Score: 1092107.8 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...ed-kits-emergencies-and-beyond
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The test requires a doctor’s order, and the samples can be taken at a primary care provider, an urgent care clinic or a hospital emergency department. (...) To access care or download the app . UN and most insurances are accepted, copay applies. (...) NURX: https://www.nurx.com/coronavirus-testing , $181 per kit, currently available EVERLY WELL: https://www.everlywell.com/blog/news-and-info/our-commitment-to-fighting-covid-19/ , $135 per kit, available as of March 23rd.
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Score: 1091044.8 - https://www.un.org/en/coronavirus/covid-19-testing
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