S-0.1, r. 11 - Regulation respecting the examinations and analyses that a midwife may prescribe, conduct or interpret in the practice of midwifery

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chapter S-0.1, r. 11
Regulation respecting the examinations and analyses that a midwife may prescribe, conduct or interpret in the practice of midwifery
MIDWIVES — EXAMINATIONS AND ANALYSES
Midwives Act
(chapter S-0.1, s. 9, 2nd par.).
S-0.1
September 1 2012
1. The examinations and analyses that a midwife may prescribe, conduct or interpret are
(1)  the examinations and analyses for the mother listed in Schedule I, on the conditions, if applicable, determined in the Schedule;
(2)  the examinations and analyses for the child listed in Schedule II; and
(3)  the examinations and analyses for the father listed in Schedule III, on the conditions determined in the Schedule.
For the purposes of this Regulation, a midwife may not conduct examinations and analyses in a laboratory.
O.C. 968-2008, s. 1.
2. (Omitted).
O.C. 968-2008, s. 2.
EXAMINATIONS AND ANALYSES CONCERNING THE MOTHER



Prescribe Conduct Interpret Conditions



24-hour proteinuria X X X After 20 weeks
of pregnancy


Amniocentesis X


Anatomopathology of placenta, X
membranes and cord


Bacteriological cultures of X X X
body fluids and bacterial
sensitivity test to antibiotics


Biophysical profile X


Blood and urine toxicology X X X
screening


Blood group and rhesus X X X


Complete blood count X X X


Detection of foetal cells X X X For Rh-negative
(Kleihauer) mothers
undergoing
surgery or
suffering a
trauma increasing
the risk of
foeto-maternal
transfusion where
no immunoglobulin
prophylaxy has
been received


Ferritin X X X


Foetal monitoring X X X


Folic acid X X X


Glucose tolerance test X X X


Glycemia X X X


Hemoglobin electrophoresis X X For mothers at
risk of
hemoglobinopathy


Hepatic profile (LDH, ALT, X X X
AST, GGT, conjugated and
unconjugated bilirubin)


Immune antibodies search X X X


Indirect antiglobulin test X X X


Non-stress test X X X


Obstetric ultrasound X


Papanicolaou’s stain test X X
(endocervix, ectocervix and
vagina cytology)


Pregnancy test (Beta-HCG blood) X X X


Pregnancy test (urine HCG) X X X


Renal functions studies X X X
(BUN, creatinine, protein,
albumin, uric acid, urea)


Serological examinations X X X


Serum iron + complement X X X
fixation (TIBC)


Serum markers X X


STI screening X X X


TSH level X X X


Urianalysis X X X
(physical and microscopic)


Vitamin B12 level X X X


O.C. 968-2008, Sch. I.
EXAMINATIONS AND ANALYSES CONCERNING THE CHILD



Prescribe Conduct Interpret



Bacteriological cultures of body X X X
fluids and bacterial sensitivity
test to antibiotics


Blood and urine toxicology screening X X X


Blood group and rhesus X X X


Complete blood count X X X


Conjugated and unconjugated bilirubin X X X


Direct antiglobulin test (DAT) X X X


Genetic disease (PKU) screening X X


Glycemia X X X


Non-invasive monitoring using pulse X X X
oximeter


O.C. 968-2008, Sch. II.
EXAMINATIONS AND ANALYSES CONCERNING THE FATHER
Prescribe Conduct Interpret Conditions



Blood group and rhesus X X X Test reserved for the
biological father of
the foetus of an
Rh-negative mother


Hemoglobin electrophoresis X X Test reserved for the
biological father of
the foetus of a mother
carrier of sickle
cell trait or other
hemoglo-binopathy to
evaluate foetal risk


O.C. 968-2008, Sch. III.
REFERENCES
O.C. 968-2008, 2008 G.O. 2, 5011