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11 Oct 2021

Children and adolescents with a post-COVID-19 systemic hyperinflammatory syndrome have been reported in Victoria and NSW in association with the current Delta variant.

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  • Incident response/review
01 Sep 2021

A new Sentinel Events Portal will make it much easier for Vict

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05 Aug 2021

Preliminary data shows that tracked health outcomes for pregnant women and new babies were not significantly impacted by the pandemic and related changes in service delivery. 

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  • Maternity and newborn
12 Jul 2021

This medication safety alert has been issued to provide information on potential safety issues.

Health services and clinicians should undertake a risk assessment to determine the impact and relevance of this information and the response required.

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02 Jul 2021
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has issued a product defect correction for certain Philips Electronics CPAP, Bi-Level PAP devices and ventilator devices... Read more...
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30 Jun 2021

Safer Care Victoria is looking for women who have experienced a third- or fourth-degree perineal tear to help us improve birthing outcomes for Victorians.

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  • Clinical/acute care
  • Maternity and newborn
28 Jun 2021

New clinical guidance released today will help maternity and newborn professionals provide consistent advice to new parents about how to reduce the risks of sudden unexpected deaths in infancy (SUDI).

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21 Jun 2021

Safer Care Victoria has released two key guidelines to support the labour and birthing choices of Victorian women and families.

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  • Maternity and newborn
16 Jun 2021

The sentinel event portal is now live. Drop-in information sessions about our new portal are now open.

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01 May 2021

No former quarantine residents exposed to potential cross-contamination have been identified as having contracted a blood borne virus as a result of having their blood glucose level tested.

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