Here, we feature some insightful articles and news pieces on maternal and newborn health services as well as the state of health systems in the country.
Expectant mothers ‘mostly die at night’
A majority of expectant mothers in hospitals die at night, during weekends and on public holidays when most doctors are away, a survey has revealed. The high night deaths are also due to the fact that a majority of women experience labour at night because their biological clock responds to light stimulus. Read More
WHO launches publications to help countries improve data on stillbirths and minds
WHO has launched 3 publications to help countries improve their data on stillbirths and maternal and neonatal deaths.Read More
BJOG mini-series on the development of the ICD-PM
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