• Corpus ID: 70985831

Promoting institutional deliveries in rural India: the role of antenatal-care services.

@inproceedings{Sugathan2001PromotingID,
  title={Promoting institutional deliveries in rural India: the role of antenatal-care services.},
  author={Kala Sugathan and Vinod Kumar Mishra and Robert D. Retherford},
  year={2001}
}
This report examines the role of existing antenatal-care services in promoting institutional delivery in the rural areas of Andhra Pradesh Gujarat Bihar and Rajasthan. Other factors influencing the likelihood of delivering in a medical institution are statistically controlled when estimating the effects of antenatal care on institutional delivery. Logistic regression is used for this purpose. Data for analysis are taken from Indias first and second National Family Health Surveys. Overall… 
The Effect of Antenatal Care on Professional Assistance at Delivery in Rural India
TLDR
The results indicate that increased antenatal care coverage can be an effective means of increasing professional assistance at delivery, especially delivery in a medical institution.
Correlates of Antenatal and Postnatal Care among Tribal Women in India
Abstract It is well established that those women who undergo full antenatal care check-up and give birth in a medical institution or whose delivery is attended by trained paramedical persons promotes
IS ANTENATAL CARE EFFECTIVE IN IMPROVING MATERNAL HEALTH IN RURAL UTTAR PRADESH? EVIDENCE FROM A DISTRICT LEVEL HOUSEHOLD SURVEY
TLDR
Multilevel analysis shows that after controlling for other socioeconomic and demographic factors, utilization of antenatal care services may lead to the utilization of other maternal health related services such as institutional delivery, delivery assisted by trained professionals, seeking Advice for pregnancy complications, and seeking advice for post-delivery complications.
A Review on Antenatal Care in Developing Country Like India
Antenatal care is the ‘care before birth’ to promote the well-being of mother and fetus, and it is essential to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality, low-weight births and perinatal mortality. The
Institutional delivery in rural India: the relative importance of accessibility and economic status
TLDR
This study investigates the determinants of place of delivery in rural India, with a particular focus on assessing the relative importance of community access and economic status, and finds economic status emerges as a more crucial determinant than access.
Determinants of Maternity Care Services Utilization among Married Adolescents in Rural India
TLDR
The ongoing healthcare programs should start targeting household with married adolescent women belonging to poor and specific sub-groups of the population in rural areas to address the unmet need for maternal healthcare service utilization.
Determinants of antenatal care utilization in rural areas of India : A cross-sectional study from 28 districts (An ICMR task force study)
TLDR
There was a statistically significant reduction in the proportion of women obtaining antenatal care services with increasing age, parity, and number of living children and knowledge of serious complications was found to be lacking even in women who availed of the care.
Corr elates of Antenatal and Postnatal Care among Tribal Women in India
TLDR
The finding of the adjusted effects (odds ratio) shows that giving birth in the medical institution for the Scheduled Tribes' women who received full antenatal check up is 2.5 times higher than those women who did not receive any antenatalCheckup.
Factors influencing women’s preference for health facility deliveries in Jharkhand state, India: a cross sectional analysis
TLDR
The predictors for facility deliveries include, availability of medicines and supplies, potential health benefits for the mother and newborn and the perception of good care from the providers.
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 44 REFERENCES
Antenatal care services in five states of India.
TLDR
The study demonstrated the positive relationship between the utilization of antenatal care and socioeconomic background of mothers in terms of literacy status and household standard of living.
Impact of health centre availability on utilisation of maternity care and pregnancy outcome in a rural area of Haryana.
TLDR
Awareness and availability of modern maternity services were found to have significant influence on the health seeking behaviour and pregnancy outcome and among respondents having better awareness about ANC components, preference and utilisation of modern delivery attendants was found to be higher.
Does community access affect the use of health and family welfare services in rural India
TLDR
Overall the findings indicate that Indias stage of development and demographic transition variations in utilization of family planning and maternal and child health services are explained mainly by variations in household- and individual-level socioeconomic and demographic factors not by variation in community access to services.
Maternal education and the utilization of maternal and child health services in India
TLDR
Findings support continued investment in female education in India and confirm the positive and significant influence of maternal schooling on MHC.
Patterns and determinants of health care utilization.
TLDR
Higher use rates among better educated women suggest that women of higher socioeconomic status are using ANC services or that the program is mainly reaching that segment of the population.
Mother's education and utilisation of health care services in Pakistan.
TLDR
It is found that mothers in Pakistan with higher educational status were more likely to avail themselves of prenatal and delivery services and that interventions in rural areas aimed at both raising female educational status and improving accessibility to modern health facilities would have a significant impact on eliminating differentials in health care utilization.
Factors related to the utilization of prenatal care in Vietnam.
TLDR
The woman's educational level and total number of living children were the most significant predictors of prenatal care utilization, and non-physician health care providers were the main sources of prenatal Care for women in both rural and urban areas.
Characteristics of pregnant women, utilization, and satisfaction with prenatal services in St. Petersburg, Russia.
TLDR
A focus by health care personnel on older pregnant women, although younger pregnant women were at higher risk for poor pregnancy outcome, indicate that satisfaction with prenatal services may influence when women begin prenatal care services.
Quality of health and family planning services in rural Uttar Pardesh: the clients view.
TLDR
In 1992 in India the OPTIONS for Population Policy Project and the Social and Rural Research Institute conducted 20 focus groups with married 15-34 year old female and male contraceptive users and nonusers in rural Uttar Pradesh and found that self-interest of cash incentives promotions and salary increments motivated family planning staff.
Utilization of maternal health-care services in Peru: the role of women's education.
  • I. Elo
  • Medicine
    Health transition review : the cultural, social, and behavioural determinants of health
  • 1992
TLDR
Both cross-sectional and fixed-effects logit models yield quantitatively important and statistically reliable estimates of the positive effect of maternal schooling on the use of prenatal care and delivery assistance, suggesting that much greater efforts are required if modern maternal health-care services are to reach women in rural areas.
...
1
2
3
4
5
...