Video: Mini-Laparotomy for Tubal Ligation under Local Anesthesia

We are happy to share the link to a new English / French animated resource for training:  Mini-Laparotomy for Tubal Ligation under Local Anesthesia (MLLA)

NEW FROM MSCP: Animated training video for Mini-Laparotomy for Tubal Ligation under Local Anesthesia (MLLA)

NOUVEL OUTIL DE MCSP: Animation de formation de La Mini-Laparotomie Sous Anesthésie Locale pour la Ligature des Trompes (version francaise ci-dessous)

USAID’s flagship Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP) is excited to introduce our latest product – a collaboration with a JHU Graduate student in medical illustration, Erica Chin. The Family Planning team has developed an animated video which demonstrates the clinical skills for Mini-Laparotomy for Tubal Ligation under Local Anesthesia (MLLA).

This nine-minute video was developed as a learning resource for training health care workers in the MLLA procedure. It has been split up into nine chapters showing the steps of the process: preparation, use of the uterine elevator, administering local anesthesia, creating the mini-laparotomy, locating the fallopian tubes, grasping the fallopian tubes, tubal occlusion, closure of the mini-laparotomy, and post-operative care and instructions. Previously-trained providers may also use this video to refresh themselves before conducting the operation.

Find the video here – https://youtu.be/w-h9eFyNyNM

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Learn about Mini-Laparotomy for Tubal Ligation under Local Anesthesia (MLLA). See MCSP’s new training video here: https://youtu.be/w-h9eFyNyNM.

Please contact me if you have any additional questions. Apologies for any cross-posting.

Bonjour,

L’équipe de planification familiale du Programme USAID pour la survie de la mère et de l’enfant ( (MCSP) a conçu un nouvel outil de formation avec une étudiante diplômée en Illustration Médicale à l’Université Johns Hopkins, Erica Chin. Cette animation démontre la technique chirurgicale pour la mini-laparotomie sous anesthésie locale pour la ligature des trompes.

Cette vidéo de neuf minutes a été conçue comme outil de formation pour enseigner la procédure aux prestataires de santé. Elle contient neuf chapitres démontrant les étapes de la procédure: la préparation, utilisation de l’élévateur utérin, l’anesthésie locale, la mini-laparotomie, la localisation des trompes de Fallope, la saisie les trompes de Fallope, l’occlusion des trompes, la fermeture de la mini-laparotomie, et les soins post-opératoires et instructions. Les prestataires de santé formés peuvent aussi utiliser cette vidéo pour se rafraîchir avant d’effectuer l’opération.

Trouvez la vidéo ici- youtu.be/kkD2FYpp7rc

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S’il vous plaît contactez-moi si vous avez des questions supplémentaires.

Anne Pfitzer

Family Planning Team Leader

Maternal and Child Survival Program

USAID Grantee

1776 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 300

Washington, DC 20036

tel: 202.835.6072

www.mcsprogram.org

[Forwarded by] HIFA profile: Jean C Sack is a Public Health Informationist at Jhpiego – an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA.      Jean.sack AT jhpiego.org

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