Challenge of Reducing Perinatal Mortality in Rural Congo: Findings of a Prospective, Population-based Study

@article{Matendo2011ChallengeOR,
  title={Challenge of Reducing Perinatal Mortality in Rural Congo: Findings of a Prospective, Population-based Study},
  author={R. Matendo and C. Engmann and J. Ditekemena and J. Gado and A. Tshefu and E. Mcclure and Janet L Moore and M. Boelaert and W. Carlo and L. Wright and C. Bose},
  journal={Journal of Health, Population, and Nutrition},
  year={2011},
  volume={29},
  pages={532 - 540}
}
Each year, an estimated six million perinatal deaths occur worldwide, and 98% of these deaths occur in lowand middle-income countries. These estimates are based on surveys in both urban and rural areas, and they may underrepresent the problem in rural areas. This study was conducted to quantify perinatal mortality, to identify the associated risk factors, and to determine the most common causes of early neonatal death in a rural area of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Data were… Expand
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