Review of the evidence for interventions to reduce perinatal mortality in low- and middle-income countries

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Abstract

  • Low- and middle-income countries contribute to the overwhelming majority of the global perinatal and neonatal mortality. There is a growing amount of literature focused on interventions aimed at reducing the healthcare gaps and thereby reducing perinatal and neonatal mortality in low- and middle-income countries. The current review synthesizes available evidence for interventions that have shown to improve perinatal and neonatal outcomes. Reduction in important gaps in the availability and utilization of perinatal care practices is needed to end preventable deaths of newborns.
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  • Shukla VV; Carlo WA
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  • 2
  • End Page

  • 8
  • Volume

  • 7
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  • 1