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A Study to assess the determinants and consequences of abortion in Bangladesh
by Development Assistance Council [and] Bangladesh Institute of Research for Promotion of Essential & Reproductive Health and Technologies in [Dhaka]
Written in English
|Statement||Halida Hanum Akhter ... [et al.].|
|Series||BIRPERHT publication ;, no. 188, Technical report ;, no. 66 , Technical report (Bangladesh Institute of Research for Promotion of Essential & Reproductive Health and Technologies) ;, no. 66.|
|Contributions||Akhtar, Halida Hanum.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2000/62014 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 128 p.|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||99940409|
This study examined which aspects of abortion care contributed to patient experiences. Data from a prospective, observational study of women aged 16 to 44 years, from 22 clinics across California, who responded to a postprocedure survey, were analyzed using mixed-effects logistic by: Understanding the determinants and consequences of unintended pregnancy; By increasing access to this simple and safe MR option, women’s morbidity due to MR and unsafe abortion in Bangladesh could be greatly decreased. Case study: Bangladesh.
This bibliography is prepared by the African Population and Health Research Center to share research and studies that have emerged on abortion in sub-Saharan Africa since the conference on “Linking Research to Action to Reduce Unsafe Abortion in sub-Saharan Africa”. The bibliography has been produced to coincide with the “Africa Regional Conference on Abortion. Short birth intervals are known to have negative effects on pregnancy outcomes. We analysed data from a large population surveillance system in rural Bangladesh to identify predictors of short birth interval and determine consequences of short intervals on pregnancy outcomes. The study was conducted in three districts of Bangladesh – Bogra, Moulavibazar Cited by:
We aimed to assess the contribution of intervention strategies, such as skilled attendance at birth, to the recorded reduction in maternal mortality in Matlab. We examined and compared trends in maternal mortality in the two areas over 30 years, and separated causes of death and underlying sociodemographic by: Youth are disproportionately affected by the consequences of unsafe abortion. The objective of this study was, therefore, to determine the magnitude and identify factors associated with abortion among female Wolaita Sodo University students. A descriptive, cross-sectional study was conducted in Wolaita Sodo University between May and June Cited by:
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Author(s): Akhter,H H; Ahmed,Y H; Chowdhury,M E; Rahman,M H; Khan,A R Title(s): A study to assess the determinants and consequences of abortion in Bangladesh. The study design and protocols were adapted to the specific situation in Bangladesh from a widely used methodology to indirectly estimate abortion incidence, the Abortion Incidence Complications Methodology (AICM).
Despite the remarkable reduction of maternal mortality, unsafe and untimely menstrual regulation (MR) remains a major maternal health problem in Bangladesh. This study aimed to determine the prevalence and identify determinants of MR among ever-married women in Bangladesh.
Data for this study have been extracted from Bangladesh Demographic and Author: Juwel Rana, Kanchan Kumar Sen, Toufica Sultana, Mohammad Bellal Hossain, Rakibul M. Islam. Determinants of Abortion among Youth Seeking Reproductive Health Care in Selected Health Facilities, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Yet, there exist a dearth of information on the determinants of abortion decisions among adolescents, students and other populations at risk. OBJECTIVES: This study explores the factors that are likely to influence abortion decisions among University students in Ghana.
It also explores their knowledge and perceptions on abortion. mortality. In many low income countries lack of knowledge about the consequences of unsafe abortion and having negative attitude towards abortion service resulted in unsafe abortion practices.
This study is important to identify area for improvement and encourage better communication with student clients who need safe abortion Size: KB. determinants and risk factors of unsafe abortion have proven to be effective in the.
reduction of unsafe abortion-related maternal mortality. Identification of determinants of. unsafe abortion is important in intervention planning and by: 1. Mistimed and Unwanted Pregnancies in Bangladesh: Trends and Determinants Mamunur Rashid * and Naima Shifa* Corresponding author (Tel:E-mail: [email protected]) Authors are Ph.D.
students in Statistics at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Bowling Green StateUniversity, Bowling Green, OHUSA. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) estimate, one-third of pregnancies end in miscarriage, stillbirth, or induced abortion in the world. There are various reasons for a woman to seek induced abortion.
However, limited information is available so far in the country and particularly in the study area. Therefore, the aim of the current study was to identify the determinants Cited by: 2.
To assess the magnitude of the problem of teenage pregnancy and its complications. A hospital-based cohort study was undertaken over 4 months among women admitted to a rural hospital in West Bengal.
from an inter-disciplinary consultation to assess the global and regional status of unsafe abortion and to identify a research and action agenda to reduce unsafe abortion and its burden on women, their families, and public health systems. The volume addresses a compre-hensive range of issues related to research on prevent-File Size: 5MB.
to temporary effects affecting all units of study. In this research we try to cover both aspects by analyzing, temporally and territorially, the socioeconomic determinants of VPT in 22 European countries.
Our objective focuses on analyzing the contextual and individual characteristics that explain the differences in the induced abortion rate.
Every year, an estimated 19–20 million unsafe abortions take place, almost all in developing countries, leading to 68, deaths and millions more injured many permanently. Many women throughout the world, experience more than one abortion in their lifetimes.
Repeat abortion is an indicator of the larger problem of unintended pregnancy. This study aimed to identify determinants Cited by: 3.
social determinants and public health programmes analysed from the perspective of thirteen priority public health conditions their social determinants and explored possible entry points for addressing the avoidable and unfair inequities at the levels of socioeconomic context, exposure, vulnerability, health-care outcome and social consequences.
Our conceptual framework can be used to assess how, why and with what consequences, women's abortion-related trajectories are shaped. Every component of our framework allows for testing hypotheses about how abortion trajectories might be influenced by modifications to, for example, the legal system, policy environment or individual by: 4 Social determinants of sexual and reproductive health abortion, however, is almost exclusively dependent on where she lives, with almost all mortality attributable to unsafe abortion occurring in developing countries.8 The risk of dying from an unsafe abortion is exceptionally high in sub-Saharan Size: 3MB.
Though teen age pregnancy had poor maternal and perinatal health outcomes, its magnitude and determinants are not well understood. Therefore, the aim of this study was to assess the prevalence and associated factors of teenage pregnancy in Cited by: 5. #### Summary points Every year, millions of women around the world decide to end a pregnancy through abortion (defined as removal of a fetus or embryo from the uterus before the stage of viability1).
The global abortion rate is estimated at 28 per women of childbearing age but varies by and within regions.2 For example, western Europe has the lowest subregional rate at. Menstrual regulation, or the evacuation of the uterus of a woman at risk of being pregnant to ensure a state of nonpregnancy, was introduced in Bangladesh in the s in the context of a restrictive abortion law, in part to reduce maternal morbidity.
In this prospective study of abortion clients, reported contraceptive use 4 months postabortion was prevalent (%), and contraceptive use at the index pregnancy was the primary correlate. Our analysis of timing of postabortion contraceptive initiation extended past analyses that used a 1- to 3-month initiation window and identified Cited by: 1.
Abortion decision is modeled as a function of the full price of the abortion and the respondent's characteristics. The book thus tried to investigate the determinants of abortion decision in Addis Ababa and suggest various policy options aimed at reducing the high deaths associated with : Daniel Alemayehu Chekol.Unsafe abortion, often an outcome of an unintended pregnancy, results in the deaths of 80, women every year, 95% of which take place in developing countries .
Unintended pregnancies have a wide range of negative effects including on mental health, antenatal care, breastfeeding and infant mortality . Introduction Unsafe abortion is a preventable cause of maternal mortality. While studies report high number of abortions in India, the population-level rates of unsafe abortion and their risk factors are not well understood.
Our objective was to analyse the rates of and risk factors for unsafe abortion and abortion-related maternal death in India. Methods We conducted a Cited by: 1.