ePartograph is for electronic partograph
The Combo ePartograph uses a form in 4 languages
available on this site
The form collects data to be transferred to a Microsoft Excel file
At all times data are not kept on the web
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The Mono ePartograph is a single Microsoft Excel file
Feedback is greatly appreciated
Midwives and obstetricians may share this project
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"Dedicated to the premise that the hazards of parturition
can be minimized through understanding and ingenuity,
through acquired knowledge and its application"
EA Friedman 1978

Webforms for ePartograph

Combo and Mono ePartograph (password sent by email*)

*To receive the password send a personal email
You may share some information about your profession,
hospital and experience with partogram
You write to an obstetrician
The correspondence is strictly private and not visible on the site
ePartograph is free
postmaster@epartograph.eu
and paste in your email
Epartoblog studies the literature about partogram and childbirth
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Narrative ePartograph
Labour is an interaction among a woman, her family and those who attend her
A unique lifetime experience
The graphic depiction does not point out human aspects of childbirth
Clinical signs as dilatation, descent, fetal heartbeat, labour pain,
belong to Evidence Based Medicine
Interaction between a woman and attending midwife or doctor is studied
with Narrative Based Medicine
Feelings on labour are shared; fear, hope, pain, endurance
Narrative gives meaning to labour. It has a mighty therapeutic potential

Snippets of literature
Webmaster Paolo Gastaldi
Consultant obstetrician in Roma
Partogram enthusiast
postmaster@epartograph.eu
@paologastaldi on Twitter
postmaster@epartograph.eu