Mohammad Tajul Islam

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INTRODUCTION Utilization of Skilled Birth Attendants (SBAs) at birth is low (20%) in Bangladesh. Birth attendance by SBAs is considered as the "single most important factor in preventing maternal deaths". This paper examined the practices and determinants of delivery by SBAs in rural Bangladesh. METHODS The data come from the post-intervention survey of a(More)
Background: Neonatal mortality is high in Bangladesh. Most of the neonatal deaths are pre­ ventable through simple and cost­effective essential newborn care interventions. Studies to document the determinants of unhealthy newborn care practices are scarce. Objective: The objective of this study is to describe the pattern of neonatal care practices and their(More)
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