Maternal and neonatal health expenditure in mumbai slums (India): A cross sectional study
- Safe motherhood action in China. Ru-Yan, Pang // World Health;Jan/Feb98, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p22
Provides information on several training activities in China in relation to maternal health. Background information on maternal health in China; Detail on participatory training method; System of pyramid training.
- Having a baby? The right questions to ask your healthcare provider. // New York Amsterdam News;5/7/2009, Vol. 100 Issue 19, pS4
The article presents a list of questions that New York-based consumer advocacy group Choices in Childbirth suggests pregnant women ask their health care provider including if there was limit to the number of people who could accompany her during birth, whether she be allowed to eat or drink...
- Appraisal of routine anti-D prophylaxis for Rhesus negative women in pregnancy ARM's response. Wickham, Sara // Midwifery Matters;Summer2002, Issue 93, p19
Focuses on the appraisal of routine anti-D prophylaxis for Rhesus negative women in pregnancy. Aspects of maternity care; Approaches for salutogenic and holistic perspectives; Lack of research into the long term and side effects of anti-D on the mother and baby.
- What does Access to Maternal Care Mean Among the Urban Poor? Factors Associated with Use of Appropriate Maternal Health Services in the Slum Settlements of Nairobi, Kenya. Fotso, Jean-Christophe; Ezeh, Alex; Madise, Nyovani; Ziraba, Abdhallah; Ogollah, Reuben // Maternal & Child Health Journal;Jan2009, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p130
Objectives The study seeks to improve understanding of maternity health seeking behaviors in resource-deprived urban settings. The objective of this paper is to identify the factors which influence the choice of place of delivery among the urban poor, with a distinction between sub-standard and...
- Maternal anthropometry: Its predictive value for pregnancy outcome. Rey, H.; Ortiz, E.I. // Bulletin of the World Health Organization;1995 Supplement, Vol. 73 Issue 4, p70
Presents a study to investigate associations between maternal anthropometry, and the presence of perinatal complications in the mother or neonate. Categories of infant outcome; Establishment of cut-off points for the anthropometric parameters in order to use them as risk indicators of the...
- New information for teenage parents. // British Journal of Midwifery;Sep2003, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p587
Introduces the Maternal Alliance leaflet for pregnant teenagers and young parents. Design of the leaflet; Price of the leaflet.
- Ectopic pregnancy in Conakry, Guinea. Thonneau, Patrick; Hijazi, Yolande; Goyaux, Nathalie; Calvez, Thierry; Keita, Namory // Bulletin of the World Health Organization;2002, Vol. 80 Issue 5, p365
Objective To assess the incidence of ectopic pregnancy (EP) in hospitals in Conakry, the capital of Guinea, West Africa. Data on EP incidence in developing countries are rare and often out of date, particularly in Africa. Methods A retrospective study was carried out, examining all cases of EP...
- Perinatal Research. // British Medical Journal;5/3/1975, Vol. 2 Issue 5965, p236
Focuses on the development of a perinatal research in the Great Britain. Experimentation by obstetricians and pediatricians for the creation of perinatal medicine; Study on the significance of the environmental influences on fetus development; Research on the process of pregnancy and the...
- Does Induced Abortion Affect the Experience of Maternity Services? Holmlund, Susanna; Tuominen, Miia; Ahonen, Pia; Kaljonen, Anne; Mäkinen, Juha; Rautava, Päivi // Health Behavior & Policy Review;Jan/Feb2016, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p21
Objectives: We assessed how maternity health clinic (MHC) services are perceived and experienced by special subgroups, using mothers with prior induced abortions (IAs) as an example, and evaluated the need for extra support in these groups with regard to the amount and content of MHC services....