For Emergency Obstetric Referral Interventions in Developing Countries Evidence is Limited

by Rukmani Krishna on  July 12, 2012 at 10:30 PM Women Health News
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Julia Hussein assesses the evidence for the effectiveness of interventions that aim to help pregnant women reach health facilities during an emergency in developing country settings. It can be found in this week's PLoS Medicine and Julia and her colleagues are from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. In a systematic review of the literature they found that the level of evidence for emergency obstetric referral interventions was poor and that limitations in the design of individual studies made determining the effect of referral interventions on outcomes difficult.
 For Emergency Obstetric Referral Interventions in Developing Countries Evidence is Limited
For Emergency Obstetric Referral Interventions in Developing Countries Evidence is Limited
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The authors note, "[d]espite the wealth of literature describing means to improve women's access to maternity care during emergencies, know-how for effective implementation remains limited."

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