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WORKSHOP REPORT
Year : 2020  |  Volume : 8  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 151-152

BNCRP Part 1- Basic Newborn Care and Resuscitation Program, “The First Golden Minute”- Conduction Summary Report


Professor, Department of Kaumarbhritya, Mahatma Gandhi Ayurved College, Hospital and Research Centre, Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (Deemed to be University), Wardha, Maharashtra, India

Date of Submission25-Apr-2020
Date of Decision27-Apr-2020
Date of Acceptance04-May-2020
Date of Web Publication07-Sep-2020

Correspondence Address:
Dr. Renu B Rathi
Department of Kaumarabhritya, Mahatma Gandhi Ayurved College, Hospital and Research Centre, Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (Deemed to be University), Wardha, Maharashtra.
India
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DOI: 10.4103/JISM.JISM_41_20

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Rathi RB. BNCRP Part 1- Basic Newborn Care and Resuscitation Program, “The First Golden Minute”- Conduction Summary Report. J Indian Sys Medicine 2020;8:151-2

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Department of Kaumarabhritya, Mahatma Gandhi Ayurved College, Hospital and Research Centre (MGACHRC), Salod(H), Wardha had organized BNCRP part 1 basic neonatal resuscitation training program on March 4, 2020. BNCRP is a basic neonatal care and newborn resuscitation program. It has been undertaken by Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP) and National Neonatology Forum (NNF), Mumbai. Program was started with registration and breakfast. First, pretest was conducted. All participants were reached timely and they were keen to learn neonatal resuscitation. So, program was started timely.

This program was inaugurated by Lead Instructor Dr. Manish Jain, Prof. Pediatrics, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (MGIMS), Sevagram, Wardha at 9.00 AM. The other dignitaries present on this occasion were Dr. Shridhar Jadhav, Dr. Sachin Patil, Dr. Sonali Shirbhate, Dr. Pritesh Khatwar, Dr. Renu Rathi, organizing chairman, and course co-coordinator.

The inauguration program was started with Saraswati and Dhanvantari Stavan. Later guests lit the traditional lamp. All the dignitaries on the dice were felicitated with a flower. The program proceeds with introductory speech by Dr. Renu Rathi, Professor, Department of Kaumarabhritya, MGACHRC, Salod(H), Wardha. She briefly took the review of importance of resuscitation, which is a lifesaving, noninvasive, simple but miraculous tool. There are many neurological complications such as global delay, hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy and even death, if not resuscitate timely. She enlightened the significance of assuming every delivery as an asphyxiated one to be prepared for the golden 1 min to reduce infant mortality rate as well as prevention of complications. Dr. Manish Jain, Lead Instructor has expressed his concern about dissemination of such noble training programs. He articulated an easiest way to reduce infant mortality with resuscitation as it is difficult to tackle different interventions to treat prematurity and sepsis, which are three major reasons of mortality. [Figure no 1] is showing banner with instructors.
Figure 1: Banner with instructors

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A total of 40 participants comprising 11 ayurvedic faculty doctors, 19 ayurvedic postgraduate students (maximum from Department of Kaumarabhritya), and 10 BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) interns were divided into four work stations and one instructor was allotted to each station. As this training requires much space for the arrangement of 5 stations with 8 chairs and 5 tables in a single big hall for ease to perform and demonstrate hence middle 2 partitions were opened. The first session started with “preparation of birth” demonstrated by Dr. Shridhar Jadhav with other instructors. After that, each participant performed the same scenario in front of instructor at respective work stations individually. Later on, demonstrations of “routine care and initial steps” were organized by instructors. Every session was demonstrated in front of all participants and later on they were dispersed to their work stations for their performance evaluation [Figure 2]. Lunch break was given after two sessions. Then last session included brief ventilation, prolong ventilation with normal heart rate, and slow heart rate. Thereafter, thorough revision of “steps in resuscitating a newborn baby” was demonstrated from first to last step and queries were solved by all instructors. Subsequently performance evaluation of every participant how to care a newborn as well as how to resuscitate to an asphyxiated newborn till achievement of skill was conducted by instructors with submission of posttest. Result was declared with all successful. The [Figure 3] shows successful participants of BNCRP-1 with instructors.
Figure 2: Different stations with video demonstration on projector

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Figure 3: Instructors with all successful participants of BNCRP-1 picture, conducted on March 4, 2020 at Mahatma Gandhi Ayurved College, Hospital and Research Centre (MGACHRC), Salod, Wardha

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The valedictory session was conducted with feedback assessment by one faculty, one postgraduate student, and one intern. All have expressed deep satisfaction and gratitude for the conduction and thorough practical knowledge gained about care, resuscitation of a neonate. Afterward, course coordinator, Dr. Shridhar Jadhav, has given his feedback followed by other instructors too. They all stressed the need to propagate the given knowledge and skill to fellow colleagues. Likewise, program was finished with vote of thanks given by Dr. Renu Rathi. She revealed the cooperation and great sharing of experiences with the participants for better understanding of the neonatal resuscitation. The average learning gain by calculating pre–posttest was 88%. Program ended successful with the following outcomes.

  1. Gained thorough practical knowledge and confidence to care a just-delivered newborn.


  2. Gained information about how to resuscitate a newborn who is not taking breathe.


  3. Ventilation performance Heart rate condition of a neonate during resuscitation.


Financial Support and Sponsorship

This study was supported by Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP) and National Neonatology Forum (NNF), Mumbai.

Conflicts of Interest

There are no conflicts of interest.




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