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In France, since 1998, maternity wards have been classified into three categories: levels 1, 2 and 3. These are not quality criteria, but assessment according to the level of care they provide for new patients. born.
Level 1 maternity hospitals
- They only have an obstetric unit. The medical team and technical platform are fully developed for the management of normal pregnancies. They also have all the necessary infrastructure in case of caesarean section or for resuscitation care to the newborn if necessary.
Level 2 maternity hospitals
- They have an obstetrics and neonatology unit (specialized pediatric service for newborns).
- They allow the management of moderate-risk pregnancies and newborns requiring special monitoring, but no care in intensive care.
- They are subdivided: Level 2A maternity homes accommodate babies born after 32 weeks of amenorrhoea (SA) with a weight of at least 1500 g; Level 2B is intensive care.
- They support newborns between 30 and 32 AS, weighing between 1000 and 1500 g that do not need to be intubated.
Level 3 maternity hospitals
- These maternities have an obstetric unit, a neonatology unit and a neonatal resuscitation unit.
- They support high-risk pregnancies and newborns with severe distress and no breathing autonomy.
- They welcome children born between 24 and 25 SA and from 500 g.
- The maternity homes operate in a network. Whenever necessary, it is possible to call on a higher level of maternity if necessary.
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> Our birthing file
> When to register for the maternity ward?
> Public or private maternity?
> Choosing Motherhood: Questions to Ask
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