Community Based Magnitude of Obstetric Emergencies in Rural Women with Low Resources

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  title={Community Based Magnitude of Obstetric Emergencies in Rural Women with Low Resources},
  author={},
  year={2017}
}
  • Published 2017
Background: Rural women with low resources do not get timely and appropriate care for obstetric emergencies. Awareness in women, communities about emergencies, action needed, helps in getting quick, right therapy for prevent ion of maternal, perinatal morbidity, mortality. Objective: To know community based numbers, types of emergencies for which rural women sought care during pregnancy, labour, postpartum. Methodology: Present article is based on analysis of records of women who sought… CONTINUE READING

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