Utilisation of antenatal services at the Provincial Hospital, Mongomo, Guinea Equatoria.

@article{Jimoh2003UtilisationOA,
  title={Utilisation of antenatal services at the Provincial Hospital, Mongomo, Guinea Equatoria.},
  author={A. A. G. Jimoh},
  journal={African journal of reproductive health},
  year={2003},
  volume={7 3},
  pages={
          49-54
        }
}
  • A. Jimoh
  • Published 1 December 2003
  • Medicine
  • African journal of reproductive health
This prospective study was carried out to evaluate the utilisation of antenatal care at the Provincial Specialist Hospital, Mongomo, Guinea Equatoria, paying close attention to the confounding factors affecting effective antenatal care (ANC) delivery. Information was elicited from 200 pregnant women attending the antenatal clinic using a questionnaire. Previous antenatal clinic attendance was high (92.5%). However, with increasing gestation, the percentage of those who never had antenatal care… 
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