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Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics training programs appears to be working -- but I would have preferred the study also include trends in a similar country where no such program is currently underway. I always want to ask, is it this program specifically, or are we getting better at other things (like distribution of medications and filling health care positions) that are making overall improvements.
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I can think of many reasons a women emigrating from conflict-zone countries may have higher rates of adverse obstetric outcomes -- even though they are technically "low risk". http://ow.ly/QBQeo
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Scorecards for maternity care facilities help improve care -- evidence for sharing of data and data-based decision making. http://ow.ly/zYujt
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Costs of unintended pregnancies in Brazil, and the potential for saving money and lives with family planning. http://ow.ly/zYtzy
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Vouchers improve percentage of institutional deliveries in Cambodia http://ow.ly/zYmBw
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Are you teaching the Helping Babies Breathe program? Here is a group working to create a valid assessment of the skills you are teaching: http://ow.ly/QBPHS
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Use of uterine balloon tamponade for uncontrolled PPH in Kenyan Health Facilities: midwives report it is easy to use and successful treatment. http://ow.ly/QBPdk
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Competency-based training for individuals performing maternal death reviews. http://ow.ly/zYuz2
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Evaluation of maternity care by skilled providers in Ethiopia...improves some things, not others. http://ow.ly/zYoiN
This study was designed to evaluate the effect of maternity care by skilled providers on the occurrence of adverse pregnancy outcomes. A community-based cohort study was conducted at Dabat district, northwest Ethiopia, from December 1, 2011 to August 31, 2012. During the study period, 763 pregnant women were registered and followed until 42 days of their postpartum period. Use of skilled maternal care was the exposure variable. Reductions in occu...
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