• Medicine
  • Published 2015

A perinatal monitoring system for low-resource settings

@inproceedings{Stroux2015APM,
  title={A perinatal monitoring system for low-resource settings},
  author={Lisa Stroux},
  year={2015}
}
The reduction of maternal and child morality has been central to international development efforts over the past twenty years, spurred on by global initiatives such as the Millennium Development Goals. Whereas a significant decrease in mortality rates has been achieved in mothers and the under-five, the fetal and early neonatal period has received less attention resulting in slower progress. Resource-poor settings suffer from the highest stillbirth, maternal and early neonatal death rates, with… CONTINUE READING

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