Carla B Andreucci

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OBJECTIVES To validate the WHO maternal near-miss criteria and develop a benchmark tool for severe maternal morbidity assessments. METHODS In a multicenter cross-sectional study implemented in 27 referral maternity hospitals in Brazil, a one-year prospective surveillance on severe maternal morbidity and data collection was carried out. Diagnostic accuracy(More)
1053 Desempenho de indicadores de processo do Programa de Humanização do Pré-natal e Nascimento no Brasil: uma revisão sistemática Abstract The Program for Humanization of Prenatal and Childbirth Care (PHPN) was launched in Brazil in 2000, with quantitative criteria for obstetric care and SISPRENATAL as the database. The current study pooled the national(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess quality of care of women with severe maternal morbidity and to identify associated factors. METHOD This is a national multicenter cross-sectional study performing surveillance for severe maternal morbidity, using the World Health Organization criteria. The expected number of maternal deaths was calculated with the maternal severity(More)
BACKGROUND The aim of this study was to assess the burden of respiratory disease, considering the influenza A pandemic season (H1N1pdm09), within the Brazilian Network for Surveillance of Severe Maternal Morbidity, and factors associated with worse maternal outcome. METHODS A multicenter cross-sectional study, involving 27 referral maternity hospitals in(More)
OBJECTIVE to assess Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI) scores and delay to resume sexual activity associated with a previous severe maternal morbidity. METHOD This was a multidimensional retrospective cohort study. Women who gave birth at a Brazilian tertiary maternity between 2008 and 2012 were included, with data extraction from the hospital(More)
BACKGROUND Because there is a lack of knowledge on the long-term consequences of maternal morbidity/near miss episodes on women's sexual life and function we conducted a systematic review with the purpose of identifying the available evidence on any sexual impairment associated with complications from pregnancy and childbirth. METHODS Systematic review on(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate coverage by the Prenatal and Birth Humanization Program, according to its minimal requirements and process indicators, by comparing information from prenatal booklets to SISPRENATAL (System to Accompany the Prenatal and Birth Humanization Program). METHODS A cross-sectional study was carried out with prenatal data from 1,489 women in(More)
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