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How I Survived Eclampsia through an Emergency Visit After a Birth in Borno State, Nigeria
How I Survived Eclampsia through an Emergency Visit After a Birth in Borno State, Nigeria

January 15, 2022

Aisha Mohammed was an unbooked client-- she delivered at home in a remote village near Kidang town in Hawul LGA of Borno state Nigeria.  Unbooked means that she had no...
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In 2017 WHO added TXA to its Postpartum Hemorrhage Recommendations
In 2017 WHO added TXA to its Postpartum Hemorrhage Recommendations

December 28, 2021

The WOMAN Trial (World Maternal Antifibrinolytic Trial) was an international randomized double-blind, placebo controlled trial that began in 2010 to investigate the effect of early administration of tranexamic acid on morbidity, mortality,...
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Safe Motherhood requires Safe Womanhood
Safe Motherhood requires Safe Womanhood

December 27, 2021

“ In the developing world, safe motherhood could have been better named safe womanhood, as the dangers she faces begin at birth and continue through childhood and adolescence, and into...
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Immediate Kangaroo Mother Care and Neonatal Survival
Immediate Kangaroo Mother Care and Neonatal Survival

November 07, 2021

“Kangaroo Mother Care” (KMC) is a technique for newborn care that includes skin-to-skin contact between a child and a guardian and frequent breastfeeding of the infant. Many studies support the...
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