[The postnatal contraception: upon 600 patients of whom 129 were postnatal controlled].

@article{Blangis2013ThePC,
  title={[The postnatal contraception: upon 600 patients of whom 129 were postnatal controlled].},
  author={Flora Blangis and Patrice Lopes and Bernard Branger and Philippe Garnier and Henri Jean Philippe and St{\'e}phane Ploteau},
  journal={Gynecologie, obstetrique \& fertilite},
  year={2013},
  volume={41 9},
  pages={
          499-504
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To draw a parallel between the contraceptive methods prescribed in the post-natal ward and the contraceptive methods taken by patients during their postnatal visit. PATIENTS AND METHODS This piece of work draws information from a prospective 10 weeks study at a University Teaching Hospital post-natal ward on the contraception that is prescribed upon leaving the maternity ward and also at the time of the post-natal visit. RESULTS From the 600 cases studied, the analysis is about… Expand
Modern Postpartum Contraception: The Experience of Nabil Choucair Health Center, Dakar (Senegal)
TLDR
Integrating postpartum family planning into programs will ultimately help to dramatically decrease high-risk pregnancies, decrease the unmet need for family planning (FP), and improve the health and survival of mothers and children in Senegal. Expand