Maternal Anaemia , Pregnancy Complications and Birth Outcome : Evidences from North-East India

  title={Maternal Anaemia , Pregnancy Complications and Birth Outcome : Evidences from North-East India},
  author={Mousumi Gogoi and Ranjan Kumar Prusty},
Anaemia is a common disorder among women in India mostly during reproductive time period where about 55 percent women aged between 1549 have anaemia because of low dietary habit and other related causes. Anaemia prevalence is highest among pregnant women due to high iron demands of growth of foetus at the time of pregnancy. The paper tries to examine the causes and consequences of anaemia among pregnant women with birth outcomes and complications by using National Family Health Survey-III and… CONTINUE READING

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