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by Kassebaum, Nicholas J, Dr and Bertozzi-Villa, Amelia, BA and Coggeshall, Megan S, BA and Shackelford, Katya A, BA and Steiner, Caitlyn, MPH and Heuton, Kyle R, BS and Gonzalez-Medina, Diego, BA and Barber, Ryan, BS and Huynh, Chantal, BA and Dicker, Daniel, BS and Templin, Tara, BA and Wolock, Timothy M, BA and Ozgoren, Ayse Abbasoglu, MA and Abd-Allah, Foad, Prof and Abera, Semaw Ferede, MSc and Abubakar, Ibrahim, Prof and Achoki, Tom, PhD and Adelekan, Ademola, PhD and Ademi, Zanfina, PhD and Adou, Arsène Kouablan, MD and Adsuar, José C, Prof and Agardh, Emilie E, PhD and Akena, Dickens, PhD and Alasfoor, Deena, MSc and Alemu, Zewdie Aderaw, MPH and Alfonso-Cristancho, Rafael, PhD and Alhabib, Samia, PhD and Ali, Raghib, MSc and Al Kahbouri, Mazin J, PhD and Alla, François, Prof and Allen, Peter J, MPH and AlMazroa, Mohammad A, MD and Alsharif, Ubai, DMD and Alvarez, Elena, PhD and Alvis-Guzmán, Nelson, Prof and Amankwaa, Adansi A, Prof and Amare, Azmeraw T, MPH and Amini, Hassan, MSPH and Ammar, Walid, PhD and Antonio, Carl A T, MD and Anwari, Palwasha, MSc and Ärnlöv, Johan, PhD and Arsenijevic, Valentina S Arsic, Prof and Artaman, Ali, PhD and Asad, Majed Masoud, PhD and Asghar, Rana J, MD and Assadi, Reza, MD and Atkins, Lydia S, MPH and Badawi, Alaa, PhD and Balakrishnan, Kalpana, PhD and Basu, Arindam, PhD and Basu, Sanjay, PhD and Beardsley, Justin, MBChB and Bedi, Neeraj, MD and Bekele, Tolesa, MPH and Bell, Michelle L, Prof and Bernabe, Eduardo, PhD and Beyene, Tariku J, MSC and Bhutta, Zulfiqar, Prof and Bin Abdulhak, Aref, MD and Blore, Jed D, PhD and Basara, Berrak Bora, PhD and Bose, Dipan, PhD and Breitborde, Nicholas, Prof and Cárdenas, Rosario, ScD and Castañeda-Orjuela, Carlos A, MSc and Castro, Ruben Estanislao, PhD and Catalá-López, Ferrán, PhD and Cavlin, Alanur, PhD and Chang, Jung-Chen, Prof and Che, Xuan, PhD and Christophi, Costas A, PhD and Chugh, Sumeet S, Prof and Cirillo, Massimo, Prof and Colquhoun, Samantha M, PhD and Cooper, Leslie Trumbull, MD and Cooper, Cyrus, Prof and da Costa Leite, Iuri, PhD and Dandona, Lalit, Prof and Dandona, Rakhi, PhD and Davis, Adrian, Prof and Dayama, Anand, MD and Degenhardt, Louisa, Prof and De Leo, Diego, Prof and del Pozo-Cruz, Borja, PhD and Deribe, Kebede, MPH and Dessalegn, Muluken, MPH and deVeber, Gabrielle A, MD and Dharmaratne, Samath D, MD and Dilmen, Uğur, MD and Ding, Eric L, ScD and Dorrington, Rob E, MPhil and Driscoll, Tim R, PhD and Ermakov, Sergei Petrovich, Prof and Esteghamati, Alireza, Prof and Faraon, Emerito Jose A, MD and Farzadfar, Farshad, MD and Felicio, Manuela Mendonca, MD and Fereshtehnejad, Seyed-Mohammad, MD and de Lima, Graça Maria Ferreira, BSC and ... and Högskolan Dalarna and Akademin Utbildning, hälsa och samhälle and Medicinsk vetenskap
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 2014, Volume 384, Issue 9947, pp. 980 - 1004
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The Journal of Perinatal & Neonatal Nursing, ISSN 0893-2190, 07/2018, Volume 32, Issue 3, pp. 222 - 231
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Midwifery, ISSN 0266-6138, 05/2014, Volume 30, Issue 5, pp. 512 - 518
maternal mortality estimates for South Africa have methodological weaknesses. This study uses the Growth Balance Method to adjust reported household female... 
South Africa | Maternal mortality ratio | Causes of death | Pregnancy-related deaths | HIV/AIDS | NURSING | HEALTH | DEATHS | Maternal Mortality - trends | Pregnancy | Pregnancy Complications - mortality | Humans | South Africa - epidemiology | Cause of Death - trends | Female | Pregnancy Complications - epidemiology | Mothers | Health aspects | Patient outcomes | Analysis
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Journal of the Indian Medical Association, ISSN 0019-5847, 08/2008, Volume 106, Issue 8, pp. 516, 518 - 519
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Obstetrics & Gynecology, ISSN 0029-7844, 02/2019, Volume 133, Issue 2, pp. 269 - 275
OBJECTIVE:To examine the microbiology and associated antibiotic resistance patterns among febrile peripartum women with positive blood cultures. METHODS:We... 
UNITED-STATES | DIAGNOSIS | ONSET NEONATAL SEPSIS | MANAGEMENT | PREGNANCY-RELATED MORTALITY | BURDEN | OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY | Causes of | Drug resistance in microorganisms | Forecasts and trends | Perinatal infection | Patient outcomes | Bacteremia
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2014, ISBN 9781464803604, xvi, 216 pages
This report on voice and agency, which builds on the 2012 World Development Report, focuses on several areas key to women's empowerment: freedom from violence,... 
Women | Women's rights | Economic conditions | Economic development | Social conditions | Frauenpolitik | Mädchen | Frauenbewegung | Entwicklungsland | Frauenbildung | GENDER DIFFERENCES | INEQUALITY | INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR RESEARCH ON WOMEN | POLICY FORMULATION | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | SERVICE DELIVERY | BASIS OF SEX | LIFE SKILLS | SEXUALLY ACTIVE | PUBLIC ARENA | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | SEXUAL PARTNER | EQUAL PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN | MARRIED WOMEN | WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP | PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY | WOMEN IN PARLIAMENT | CHILD MARRIAGE | FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS | NUMBER OF WOMEN | SURVIVORS OF VIOLENCE | ACCESS TO EDUCATION | MARITAL STATUS | UNICEF | PREGNANCY | PERSISTENT GAPS | GENDER GAP | HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE | NATIONAL LEVEL | FEMININITY | REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN | MORTALITY | POOR FAMILIES | CHILD CARE | COMMISSION OF WOMEN | SEX | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | UNEQUAL POWER | FEMALE CHILDREN | REFUGEE STATUS | SEXUAL HARASSMENT | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | SANITATION | FERTILITY | CONDOM | EDUCATED MOTHERS | ENFORCEMENT OF LAWS | MARRIAGES | ENHANCING WOMEN | PUBLIC LIFE | INFORMATION SYSTEM | MEDICAL CARE | CHILD HEALTH | BREAST-FEEDING | MASCULINITY | EMPOWERING WOMEN | SOCIAL MOBILITY | PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN | PRIMARY EDUCATION | SOCIAL STATUS | BARRIERS TO WOMEN | ACT OF VIOLENCE | RISKY BEHAVIOR | EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN | URBAN WOMEN | LIVING STANDARDS | RURAL WOMEN | DISCRIMINATORY LAWS | MATERNAL HEALTH | ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT | INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES | DISCRIMINATION | EARLY SEXUAL ACTIVITY | PHYSICAL HEALTH | BEATING | IUD | FAMILY MEMBERS | SOCIAL SUPPORT | ADVANCING GENDER EQUALITY | FUTURE GENERATIONS | OWNERSHIP OF LAND | GENDER STATISTICS | GENDER PARITY | CULTURAL CHANGE | HUSBANDS | FEWER WOMEN | INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON POPULATION | FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION | PRIMARY SCHOOL | ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES | PEACE | RURAL AREAS | CONTRACEPTION | GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH EDUCATION | ACCESS TO NETWORKS | CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE | EQUAL RIGHTS | PROGRESS | SECONDARY EDUCATION | REFUGEE | UNITED NATIONS | SOCIAL NORMS | MIGRATION | WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION | SOCIAL STATUS OF WOMEN | SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS | UNITED NATIONS POPULATION FUND | POLITICAL PARTICIPATION | FAMILY PLANNING | POLICY RESEARCH | TEEN | INTERNATIONAL FOOD POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE | FEWER CHILDREN | LAND OWNERSHIP | ADOLESCENT GIRLS | GENDER NORMS | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | VICTIMS | CONTROL OVER RESOURCES | PRIMARY SCHOOLING | BIRTH CONTROL | ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY | SECONDARY SCHOOL | MINORITY | MOTHER | WOMEN VICTIMS | DEVELOPMENT GOALS | LACK OF AWARENESS | PREFERENCE FOR SONS | EQUAL PARTICIPATION | FREEDOM OF CHOICE | DISSEMINATION | SOCIAL DIMENSION | NUTRITION | INHERITANCE | REFUGEES | ETHNIC GROUP | EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT | EQUAL RELATIONSHIPS | SELF-CONFIDENCE | SOCIAL CHANGE | MARITAL RAPE | VOCATIONAL TRAINING | INVESTMENTS IN EDUCATION | ACCESS TO JUSTICE | WORKING CONDITIONS | YOUNG WOMEN | BENEFITS FOR WOMEN | GENDER ROLES | MUTUAL RESPECT | OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN | MIGRATION POLICY | POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT | EQUALITY IN EDUCATION | POSTNATAL CARE | PREGNANCY-RELATED CAUSES | USAID | ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN | VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN | ADOLESCENTS | ANTENATAL CARE | NATIONAL LAWS | LEGAL STATUS | LOWER FERTILITY | LEVEL OF EDUCATION | INDIVIDUAL WOMEN | DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN | CUSTOMARY PRACTICES | FAMILY PLANNING ASSOCIATION | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH INFORMATION | PRINCIPLES OF GENDER EQUALITY | EFFECTS OF GENDER | HEALTH PROBLEMS | MENTAL HEALTH | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH | WOMAN | WOMEN LEADERS | EXPOSURE TO VIOLENCE | EDUCATED WOMEN | EQUAL RIGHTS FOR WOMEN | ROLE OF GENDER | EMERGENCIES | GENDER GAPS | LIFE EXPECTANCY | PRENATAL CARE | BABIES | PLACE OF RESIDENCE | WOMEN IN POLITICS | REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS | UNFPA | EARLY MARRIAGE | GENDER EQUALITY | SERVICE PROVISION | TEEN PREGNANCY | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS | OLD AGE | ACCESS TO INFORMATION | EPIDEMIC | PARLIAMENTARY SEATS | FORMS OF GENDER | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES | SECTORAL POLICIES | REPRODUCTIVE DECISIONS | SPOUSES | GENDER ISSUES | PRODUCTIVITY | UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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Obstetrics & Gynecology, ISSN 0029-7844, 09/2016, Volume 128, Issue 3, pp. 447 - 455
OBJECTIVE:To develop methods for trend analysis of vital statistics maternal mortality data, taking into account changes in pregnancy question formats over... 
UNITED-STATES | PREGNANCY-RELATED MORTALITY | OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY | Maternal Mortality - trends | Pregnancy | United States - epidemiology | Quality Improvement | Humans | Adult | Cause of Death - trends | Female | Live Birth - epidemiology | Maternal Death - prevention & control | Mortality - trends | Perinatal Care - standards
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2011, ISBN 0198075022, xv, 310
What will South Asia look like in 2025? The optimistic outlook is that India, which accounts for 80 per cent of the regional economic output, is headed towards... 
Economic development | South Asia Economic conditions | South Asia Social conditions | bank lending | migration flows | infrastructure investment | legal status | financial inflows | Health problems | labour market | safe water | demographic trends | harmonization | gross domestic product | Child mortality | incomes | central banks | Population Growth | labour forces | pregnancy | financial crisis | vulnerability | Current Account Balance | labour shortages | migration policies | resource needs | Armed Conflicts | exposure | peace | segments of society | family size | Fertility Decline | Demographic Change | institutional mechanisms | Foreign Direct Investment | interest rate | Savings | Capital Inflows | Immigrant | contract enforcement | social protection | market access | Net Capital | infant mortality rate | exchange rate | capital market development | corporate bond | human capital | financial system | technology transfer | capital markets | Labour Force | democracy | population ageing | civil wars | skilled workers | low-income countries | progress | demographic changes | internal conflicts | Resource flows | democratic accountability | Sanitation | reputation | infant mortality | Exchange Rates | Debt | health sector | Regional Integration | local governments | replacement level | government policies | child mortality rate | future prospects | large cities | urban migration | job training | public policy | live births | outsourcing | immunization | Growth Rate | wars | international trade | income | informal economy | international markets | pregnancy-related causes | global economy | Foreign Exchange | capital investments | War | Urban Population | Disability | regional initiatives | Current Account Balances | gender disparities | Global Development | fertility rate | Globalization | baby boom | infant deaths | urban areas | bond | Migrants | income inequality | baby | business climate | bond markets | cancer | good governance | Elderly | monetary policies | regulatory agencies | Remittances | World Economy | Population Growth Rates | volatile capital | fertility transition | infant | output | Policy Research Working Paper | Fertility | intensive industries | financial integration | rapid expansion | workforce | freedom of movement | infrastructure projects | Capital Account | movement of people | purchasing power | interest rates | Immigrants | market liquidity | reproductive health | participation of women | improvements in child survival | employment opportunities | volatilities | working-age Population | Rapid growth | transparency | unemployment | Urbanization | Developing Countries | national level | domestic market | equity markets | woman | political opposition | urban infrastructure | babies | Policy Research | emerging-market | Life Expectancy | bank loans | social conditions | portfolio flows | Economic Growth | financial markets | Modernization | Elderly Population | immigration | national borders | business environment | social cohesion | Fixed Investment | economic crisis | dynamic economies | Small Countries | Age Distribution | urban amenities | illnesses | market development | economic development | volatility | capital market | purchasing power parity | number of children | business practices | portfolio | Armed Conflict | risk sharing | rural areas | Forest Cover | Demographic Transition | Dividend | advanced economies | labour markets | International Migration | Private Capital | Job Creation | tax | economic policies | Demographic | dependency ratio | Private Capital Flows | particular countries | Urban Population Growth | social development | macroeconomic management | foreign capital | premature death | young people | poor health | foreign trade | political stability | family planning | health services | Liberalization | respiratory diseases | emerging markets | children per woman | Fertility Rates | decline in fertility | Capital Flows | Remittance | Climate change | communications technology | Dependency Ratios | existing population | human development | service providers | Population Dynamics
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European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, ISSN 0301-2115, 2013, Volume 173, Issue 1, pp. 29 - 33
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