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Techniques for collection and analysis of data on perinatal mortality in Kinshasa, Zaire
D. Nzita Kikhela
|Series||Infant mortality and health studies, Technical study -- 61e, Technical study (International Development Research Centre (Canada)) -- 61e|
|LC Classifications||HB1323.I42 Z35 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 84 p. --|
|Number of Pages||84|
Outcome data at 7-days were available for % of births. The stillbirth, early neonatal and perinatal mortality rates did not decrease among all births during the period from ENC training to NRP training compared to births during the baseline pre-ENC period (Table 2), nor did these rates decrease during this time in any pre-specified subgroup defined by birth attendant, site of delivery or. Ekure, et al.: Prospective audit of perinatal mortality in developing countries and Africa remains the region with the highest perinatal mortality rates. The causes of most of these deaths are preventable.  This makes it important to identify the risk factors in each health environment. Between the years and , we reviewed perinatal.
In Tanzania the perinatal mortality rate 1is estimated at 69 per births. Perinatal mortality includes stillbirths and death within the first seven days of life. The stillbirth rate is 29/ births which amounts to 42, stillbirths per year, further more ab neonatal deaths occur annually. Data were obtained for women and neonates (including twins). The doptone was used on 97% of women admitted. The overall perinatal mortality rate was 34 deaths per deliveries. Of the perinatal deaths, 40%% occurred in the hospital and were potentially preventable by better hospital care. CONCLUSION.
with the largest numbers of maternal deaths are Africa and Asia. At first glance, it appears that maternal mortality increased between and , but in reality differences between the two estimates is almost certainly a reflection of the alternative strategies used for estimation (World Health Organization and United Nations Children 's Fund, ). Objectives Increasing access to skilled birth attendance, usually via childbirth in health facilities, is a key intervention to reduce maternal and perinatal mortality and morbidity. Yet, in some countries of sub-Saharan Africa, the uptake is analysis assessed the.
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Techniques for collection and analysis of data on perinatal mortality in Kinshasa, Zaire. Ottawa: International Development Research Centre, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Techniques for collection and analysis of data on perinatal mortality in Kinshasa Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: D Nzita Kikhela; International Development Research Centre.
Techniques for collection and analysis of data on perinatal mortality in Kinshasa, Zaire / D. Nzita Kikhela. Format Book Published Ottawa: International Development Research Centre, Description x, 84 p.: map ; 25 cm.
Other contributors International Development Research Centre (Canada) Series. Techniques for Collection and Analysis of Data on Perinatal Mortality in Kinshasa, Zaire (Paperback) / Author: D.N.
Kikhela ; ; Development studies, Interdisciplinary studies, Reference & Interdisciplinary, Books. Author(s): Kikhela,D Nzita Title(s): Techniques for collection and analsysis of data on perinatal mortality in Kinshasa, Zaire/ D.
Nzita Kikhela. Country of Publication: Canada Publisher: Ottawa, Ont., Canada: International Development Research Centre, c International comparisons of perinatal and infant mortality rates.
Technical Study 61 e Techniques for Collection and Analysis of Data on Perinatal Mortality in Kinshasa, Zaire. resuscitation training. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect on perinatal mortality of training birth attendants in a rural area of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) using two established programs.
Methods: This study, a secondary analysis of DRC-specific data collected during a multi-country study, was conducted in two phases. based perinatal mortality data from a LMIC setting (Mpumalanga, South Africa) to determine the causes of perinatal death and the rate of maternal complications in the setting of a perinatal death.
Methods: A secondary analysis of the South African Perinatal Problems Identification Program (PPIP) database for. Maternal and Perinatal Death Review at the Facility: an Approach to the Collection and Analysis of Data on Mortality in Bangladesh Mst.
Farhana Akter1, Ubaidur Rob1, Ismat Ara Hena1 1Population Council INTRODUCTION At present maternal mortality in Bangladesh are per live births (NIPORT, MEASURE Evaluation and ICDDR,B ).
Background To achieve a child mortality reduction according to millennium development goal 4, it is necessary to considerably reduce neonatal mortality. We report stillbirth and early neonatal mortality risks as well as determinants of perinatal mortality in Eastern Uganda.
Methods A community-based prospective cohort study was conducted between and CAUSES OF PERINATAL MORTALITY 27 compilation (Williams ). Toxemia and prematurity were more definite, the latter not more manageable however (recognized at that time to be due to “inability of the poorly developed child to lead an extra-uterine life,” and which now as then remains an important component of perinatal mortality).
A qualitative study of pregnancy and maternal mortality in rural Senegal; an examination of the pregnant woman’s experience Harlow, Megan Frances Academic Director: Souleye Diallo Project Advisor: Rokhaya Gaye Amherst College Anthropology Africa, Senegal, Dakar Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for Senegal: Arts and Culture.
The Kinshasa Reference General Hospital is chosen be-cause it is a tertiary health facility which has an obstetric and gynecological emergency unit most used in the city of Kinshasa according to the health information system data reported by Kinshasa health facilities in and available at the Provincial Health Division of Kinshasa.
Methods. This study, a secondary analysis of DRC-specific data collected during a multi-country study, was conducted in two phases. The effect of training using the WHO Essential Newborn Care (ENC) program was evaluated using an active baseline design, followed by a cluster randomized trial of training using an adaptation of a neonatal resuscitation program (NRP).
Statistics indicate that Ethiopia has made remarkable progress in reducing child mortality. It is however estimated that there is high rate of perinatal mortality although there is scarcity of data due to a lack of vital registration in the country.
This study was conducted with the purpose of assessing the determinants and causes of perinatal mortality among babies born from cohorts of. Techniques for Collection and Analysis of Data on Perinatal Mortality in Kinshasa, Zaire, D.N.
Kikhela X Outlines of Polymer Technology - Processing Polymers, R. Sinha IsyJ P Van Dijken Hollywood Lesbians, Boze Hadleigh. The child mortality rate is a good indicator of development.
High levels of infectious diseases and high child mortality make the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) one of the most challenging environments for health development in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Recent conflicts in the eastern part of the country and bad governance have compounded the problem.
Reduced perinatal mortality following enhanced training of birth attendants in the Democratic Republic of Congo: A time-dependent effect a secondary analysis of DRC-specific data collected.
E Prenatal and Perinatal Mortality Studies dealing primarily with fetal and neonatal mortality, except those dealing with spontaneous abortions, which are classified under F Sterility and Other Pathology, and those studies dealing with induced abortions, which are classified under F Induced Abortion.
Perinatal mortality is defined as mortality occurring between the twenty-eighth week of. Butler and Bonham4 in the British Peri- natal Mortality Survey of 2, perinatal deaths found with major congenital de- fect. Of these, ( per cent) showed a central nervous system defect (anenceph- alymeningo-myeloc hydrocepha- lus 23).
Perinatal deaths in South Africa, − ii Preface This statistical release presents information on perinatal deaths in South Africa, based on data from the South African civil registration system maintained by the Department of Home Affairs.
The main focus of this release is on perinatal deaths that occurred in the yearsand. Perinatal audit and the three-delays model are increasingly being employed to analyse barriers to perinatal health, at both community and facility level.
Using these approaches, our aim was to assess factors that could contribute to perinatal mortality and potentially avoidable deaths at Rwandan hospitals. Perinatal audits were carried out at two main urban hospitals, one at district level and.In latetwo reports reflecting perinatal population statistics were released in South Africa: Perinatal Deaths in South Africa,which is the second annual report by Statistics South Africa (the government department mandated to produce statistical information) and the fifth Rapid Mortality Surveillance Report, by the Burden of Disease Research Unit of the South African Medical.
The use of maternal health services, known as an indirect indicator of perinatal death, is still unknown in Lubumbashi. The present study was therefore undertaken in order to determine the factors that influence the use of mother and child healthcare services in Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
This was transversal study of women residing in Lubumbashi who had .