Methodologies for estimating abortion incidence and abortion-related morbidity: a review.
The objective of the following chapters is to contribute to addressing these data quality issues by improving research on the measurement of abortion incidence and abortion related morbidity. To do so, they provide over- views of existing methods of and approaches to estimating abortion incidence and morbidity. The volume supplies detailed descriptions and examples of key methods. Its goal is to provide a clear understanding of the relative merits of available study designs to quantify abortion incidence and abortion related morbidity. Information on methodologies will greatly assist researchers worldwide in carrying out studies on these topics, particularly in settings where abortion is legally restricted.
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A replication of the Uruguayan model in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, as a public policy for reducing abortion-related maternal mortality Matía, Marisa; Trumper, Eugenia; Orlando Fures, Nery; Orchuela, Jimena (International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics, 2016)OBJECTIVE: To describe the application of the risk and harm reduction model at primary care level to decrease the mortality due to unsafe abortion in the Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and evaluate the results. METHODS: ...
Bhandari, TR; Dangal, G (2014)Twenty-five years have passed since the global community agreed in Nairobi to address the high maternal mortality by implementing the Safe Motherhood Initiative. However, every year nearly three million women die due to ...
Billings, Deborah; Fuentes Velásquez, Jaime; Pérez-Cuevas, Ricardo (IPAS, 2003)CONTEXT: Each year, an estimated 120,000 women in Mexico seek treatment in public hospitals for abortion-related complications--the country's fourth leading cause of maternal mortality. Models of postabortion care emphasizing ...