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Follow-up services provided to children with adverse pregnancy outcomes

Author: J E Fornoff; Illinois. Division of Epidemiologic Studies.
Publisher: [Springfield, Ill. : Illinois Dept. of Public Health, Division of Epidemiologic Studies, 2006]
Edition/Format:   Book : State or province government publication : English
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The Adverse Pregnancy Outcome Reporting System (APORS) is the Illinois Department of Public Health's registry of birth defects and other adverse pregnancy outcomes. Illinois hospitals are mandated to provide information about children born with one or more conditions that meet the APORS case definition. Children reported to APORS are referred for follow up to the Illinois Department of Human Services' (IDHS) High
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Genre/Form: Statistics
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J E Fornoff; Illinois. Division of Epidemiologic Studies.
OCLC Number: 83764604
Notes: Caption title.
"October 2006."
"This report was supported by grant number U50/CCU523303 from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention."--Leaf 24.
"The APORS case definition includes neonatal deaths; most structural birth defects; a serious congenital infection; an endocrine, metabolic or immune disorder; a blood disorder; birth weight less than 1,500 grams, diagnosis of a positive infant toxicology for any drug, or signs of drug toxicity or withdrawal; or certain other conditions, such as intrauterine growth retardation."--Leaf 1.
Description: 24 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
Other Titles: Children with adverse pregnancy outcomes
Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes Reporting System (APORS)
QC 06:03 APORS
APORS
Responsibility: Jane Fornoff.

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The Adverse Pregnancy Outcome Reporting System (APORS) is the Illinois Department of Public Health's registry of birth defects and other adverse pregnancy outcomes. Illinois hospitals are mandated to provide information about children born with one or more conditions that meet the APORS case definition. Children reported to APORS are referred for follow up to the Illinois Department of Human Services' (IDHS) High Risk Infant Follow-up Program. The goals of follow-up services are to promote optimal growth and development, teach the family care of the high risk infant, prevent complications, decrease morbidity and mortality, decrease stress and potential for abuse, and ensure early identification and referral for further treatment and evaluation.

When a child's parents consent, follow-up services are provided by public health nurses at local health departments. These services can be provided for two years and are prescribed in regulation (Section 640.100(b) of the Regionalized Perinatal Health Care Code (77 Ill. Adm. Code 640.)) The High Risk Infant Follow-up Program is a component of Family Case Management and relates to many other IDHS programs, including the Special Supplement Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC), Primary Care, and the Early Intervention Program. Referrals to these and other programs are made, by public health nurses, depending on the needs of the family.

This report evaluates the timing and type of follow-up services provided to children referred by APORS. It also identifies certain areas that could be improved to allow better evaluation in the future.

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