Community child health service
South bank, melborne
13 June 2019
Re: Ms Olivia Jack, aged 19
Ms. Olivia Jack, who underwent emergency Caesarean section, requires a home visit for assistance, advice and care for baby.
Ms Jack delivered a female baby on 10 June with 3.9 kg weight which was reduced at the time of discharge. Minimum blood was lost during post partum haemarrhage; therefore, iron supplement and vitamin C, was started. C-section wound were clean and dry. She is not confident with breast feeding and bathing.
In term of the social history, Ms Jack lives in a rental flat with another woman. She has no contact with father of child for last the nine months. She feels very takes a parent benefits. She feels very lonely and isolated and she talked her mother regarding the baby for adoption.
Ms Jack had underwent Cholecystectomy for the 15 years. At birth,baby apgar score was 8 at 5 min and resuscitation was given. Baby has foetal distress and failure to progress.
Based on the aforementioned circumstances, kindly arrange home vist to provide follow up care for Ms Jack. It would be appreciated to take care of new born baby.
If you require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact me
1. Olivia Jack - Manpreet Kaur