Maternal near miss in low-resource areas.

  title={Maternal near miss in low-resource areas.},
  author={Robert L Goldenberg and Sarah Saleem and Sumera Ali and Janet L. Moore and Adrien Lokangako and Antoinette Kitoto Tshefu and Musaku Mwenechanya and Elwyn Nachanya Chomba and Ana L Garces and Lester Figueroa and Shivaprasad S. Goudar and Bhalachandra S. Kodkany and Archana Behram Patel and Fabian Esamai and Paul Nsyonge and Margo S Harrison and Melissa Bauserman and Carl L. Bose and Nancy F. Krebs and K Michael Hambidge and Richard J. Derman and Patricia L. Hibberd and Edward A. Liechty and Dennis D. Wallace and Jos{\'e} Miguel Beliz{\'a}n and Menachem Miodovnik and Marion Koso-thomas and Waldemar A. Carlo and Alan Hall Jobe and Elizabeth M Mcclure},
  journal={International journal of gynaecology and obstetrics: the official organ of the International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics},
  volume={138 3},
OBJECTIVE To describe the Global Network Near-Miss Maternal Mortality System and its application in seven sites. METHODS In a population-based study, pregnant women eligible for enrollment in the Maternal and Newborn Health Registry at seven sites (Democratic Republic of the Congo; Guatemala; Belagavi and Nagpur, India; Kenya; Pakistan; and Zambia) between January 2014 and April 2016 were screened to identify those likely to have a near-miss event. The WHO maternal near-miss criteria were… CONTINUE READING
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