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EEPD Volume 11. 

A. Complete Maternity Casenotes

All in a single document.

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So far the full sets of blank maternity records made accessible via the EEPD are those below

A1. Full record in a single document


A2. Full sets of Maternity Records in Separate Documents 

Perinatal Information System (Pan American Health Organisation)

Women and Reproductive Health - CLAP/WR

One of the most comprehensive sets of paper proformas currently available for viewing on line have been created by the Latin American Centre for Perinatology, Women and Reproductive Health (CLAP/WR)  A full description in English including all their proformas is accessible at The Perinatal Clinical Record (Perinatal Information System)  

For Index  Click here

     (An English Version - 110 pages long. The original was presumably in Spanish )


The most advanced complex system for paper and electronic maternity care is now being developed in Australia. Details can be seen at



and the Pregnancy Health Record (as used in Queensland) so far developed can be seen at 




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