The child was born (1989)

Documentary №40820, 1 part, duration: 0:04:27
Production: Sverdlovsk newsreel studio
Screenwriters:Zh. Evzovich
Camera operators:A. Sevastjyanov
Sound mixer:K. Brizgalov
Other authors:Yu. Yacenko


The film tells about the birth of a child, the stay of the child and the mother in the maternity hospital and not the need to observe cleanliness in the maternity hospital and at home.

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The face of a crying newborn baby.

Urban industrial landscape.

A pregnant woman stands at the window in the maternity hospital and looks at the street.

Doctors are walking down the corridor.

View from the window of the maternity hospital.

Medical equipment in one of the offices of the maternity ward, a box for newborns.

The nurse prepares the office for childbirth.

The obstetrician washes his hands.

The doctor puts on a gauze bandage.

The face of a woman in labor.

The doctor takes the newborn baby in his arms and shows it to his mother.

Wiping a newborn, the baby is crying.

Disinfection of the umbilical cord circumcision site.

Washing the head of a newborn.

Newborns are lying in beds.

The mother begins the first breast-feeding.

The child sucks the mother's breast.

The nurse puts the babies in trays and takes them to the mothers ' wards.

The second hand passes the dial.

A young father is preparing for the return of his wife and child from the maternity hospital, wipes the dust from the table in the apartment.

Washing windows.

Rolling up the mat.

Washing children's toys under the tap.

A man irons underwear and children's things.

Sterilization of teats and pacifiers in boiling water, in a saucepan.

A baby sleeping in a crib.

Swaddling a baby in the maternity hospital.

The nurse takes out the child to the parents, the father accepts him.

Parents take their child away, a nurse stands with a bouquet of flowers.

Parents with a child in their arms leave along the path of the winter alley.

Calendar: 1989

Locations: Sverdlovsk [876]

Seasons: Winter [823]

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