It is well recognized that maternal healthcare is essential for further improvement of maternal and child health. Maternal and child health services is said to play a vital role in achieving improved health outcomes. The decision to use health care is undoubtedly influence by the characteristics of the health delivery system such as the availability and accessibility of the services. However, this does not necessarily mean that where there is a good supply of services, demand is created in and of
pregnancy. The main aim of our study was to find the relationship between gestational weight gain with factors such as demographic factors, type of delivery and maternal comorbidities. Method: A prospective, multi-centric study involving 67 pregnant women of different villages of Mehsana district of Gujarat region was conducted from February 2012 to April 2012. Pregnant women who met inclusion criteria based on the history and clinical examination were presented in the study. Patient information such
ARI annually (WHO, 2006). Whereas in the industrialized nations 1% to 3% of the deaths in children under 5 years of age are due to pneumonia, in developing nations pneumonia is responsible for 10% to 25% of deaths in children under 5 years of age. Health services access can serve to explain this disparity, due to the fact that ARI is one of the principle reasons for medical consultations and hospitalizations in the developing countries.
Social deprivation is not allowing a child to have access to healthy/normal opportunities within society e.g. maternal bonds, good education, good mental health, money in the household, this can have detrimental effects on a child's development. Jean Marc Gaspard Itard documented on how extreme deprivation within environmental changes can disrupt normal development (Text book Pg. 57-58), the evidence presented was Victor the wild boy of Aveyron.(Feral Child). Victor was isolated from any social
continues in fetal development until birth Secondly according to researchers of the National Institutes of Health ([NIH], 2013), during each prenatal stage, environmental factors affect the development of the foetus. The developing fetus is completely dependent on the mother for life, and it is important that the mother receives prenatal care, which is medical care during pregnancy that monitors the health of both the mother and the fetus. Routine prenatal care can reduce the
determine the best solution to deal with a difficult solution that may arise in the future. One way to do this is to use the ethical-decision making model. The first step in the ethical-decision making model is to clarify the ethical dilemma, in this case abortion.
INTRODUCTION Blood transfusion plays significant roles in the obstetrics. Obstetric haemorrhage is one of the leading causes of maternal morbidity and mortality in developing countries (WHO, Owonikoko et al, 2014). Globally, it has been reported that annually, obstetric hemorrhage is the common cause of estimated one hundred and twenty seven thousand maternal deaths. Furthermore, massive and deadly obstetric hemorrhage occurs in 3 to 5% of deliveries and in 0.3 to 1% of the deliveries, transfusion
BOOK REVIEW HEALTH ECONOMICS PEOPLE’S HEALTH MOVEMENT (2011), GLOBAL HEALTH WATCH III SUBMITTED BY:- AYUSHI BASOYA M.A. ECONOMICS 3rd SEMESTER GROUP 1 The book “Global Health Watch III” published in the year 2011, gives us an analysis of the health and health care issues across the globe. A huge variety of issues related to health and health care have been dealt in this book. The book deals not just with issues directly related to health but also with other political, economical and social
evaluate the findings. The nature camp has highly been influenced by Bowlby’s (1951) theory of attachment, generations of psychologists throughout the world have argued for and against his theory and the debate continues. Bowlby believed that mental health and behaviour problems in adults could be linked to a child’s early life, Bowlby’s theory suggests that mothers give birth to a child that is programmed to form an instant attachment to its primary care giver – normally its mother or a substitute
early infancy leads to undernutrition. The reasons for poor nutrition are multifaceted and interventions against it .one of the case study shows child malnutrition and infant and young child feeding practice in Cambodia. Nutritional transition has consequences for several areas, including health environment, culture, society and economics. One major change regarding people health next to other noncommunicable diseases are increase. This problem explains in this chapter with example in Tanzania and Kenya