V Británii na riziká separácie upozorňujú odborné spoločnosti - na Slovensku ponúka neonatologická spoločnosť separáciu stále ako legitímnu možnosť
Mothers are being needlessly separated from their babies under strict hospital restrictions introduced to stop the spread of Covid-19, doctors and charities have warned.
The measures preventing UK parents from staying with their babies when one or both require hospital treatment are causing trauma and increasing the risk of physical and mental health problems, it is claimed.
More than 250 doctors and 18 charities working with families are among the letter’s 650 signatories. They are demanding that mothers and children be kept together as much as possible, that hospitals acknowledge that neither mother nor child is a visitor when the other is hospitalised and that guidelines published by regulator Nice, the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health are followed.