[Investigation on demands for antenatal care services among 2 002 pregnant women during the epidemic of COVID-19 in Shanghai].

  title={[Investigation on demands for antenatal care services among 2 002 pregnant women during the epidemic of COVID-19 in Shanghai].},
  author={L Du and Y B Gu and Mengqing Cui and Wenhe Li and Jiachen Wang and L P Zhu and B Xu},
  journal={Zhonghua fu chan ke za zhi},
  volume={55 3},
  • L. Du, Y. Gu, +4 authors B. Xu
  • Published 25 March 2020
  • Medicine
  • Zhonghua fu chan ke za zhi
Objective: To identify problems and demands for antenatal care (ANC) among pregnant women in different trimesters of pregnancy in Shanghai for optimizing ANC service during the epidemic of COVID-19. Method: s Organized by maternal and child health care institute in the 16 districts of Shanghai, a cross sectional study was conducted among pregnant women who came to pregnancy registration in the community health centers or attended ANC in midwifery hospitals from February 7 to February 12, 2020… Expand
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