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Maternal and Child Health Research Papers - scottishindependencereferendum.info
Metrics details. Developing countries account for 99 percent of maternal deaths annually. While increasing service availability and maintaining acceptable quality standards, it is important to assess maternal satisfaction with care in order to make it more responsive and culturally acceptable, ultimately leading to enhanced utilization and improved outcomes. At a time when global efforts to reduce maternal mortality have been stepped up, maternal satisfaction and its determinants also need to be addressed by developing country governments. The review followed the methodology of systematic reviews. Public health and social science databases were searched. English articles covering antenatal, intrapartum or postpartum care, for either home or institutional deliveries, reporting maternal satisfaction from developing countries World Bank list were included, with no year limit.
Thesis Statement For Universal Health Care
In the DHS , maternal health refers specifically to health care surrounding childbearing; that is, antenatal care, delivery assistance, and postnatal care. The DHS maternal health indicators measure maternal health care against national recommendations, such as the recommended number of antenatal care visits and the preferred timing for postnatal care. SPA surveys conduct assessment of maternal health services, including availability of antenatal care and associated equipment and medicines, counseling and observation of client examinations. Delivery services are also assessed, including availability of emergency transport, items for delivery services and essential supplies for delivery.
Metrics details. Proper utilization of antenatal and postnatal care services plays an important role in reducing the maternal mortality ratio and infant mortality rate. This paper assesses the utilization of health care services during pregnancy, delivery and post-delivery among rural women in Uttar Pradesh UP and examines its determinants. A cross-sectional sample of currently married women 15 to 49 years who delivered a baby 15 months prior to the survey was included.