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Items for Subject "Delivery, Obstetric"
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||Quality of obstetric care in public-sector facilities and constraints to implementing emergency obstetric care services: evidence from high- and low-performing districts of Bangladesh
||Anwar, Iqbal; Kalim, Nahid; Koblinsky, Marge
||Developing alternative service delivery strategies for MCH-FP Services in urban areas : findings from an experiment
||Routh, Subrata; Arifeen, Shams El; Jahan, Shamim Ara; Begum, Anwara; Thwin, Aye Aye; Baqui, Abdullah Hel
||Health-care seeking of slum residents in Dhaka-City, Bangladesh : chronic illnesses, delivery cases, hospitalisation and surgical cases ; health-care seeking studies
||Desmet, Martinus; Bashir, Ishtiaq; Sohel, Nazmul; Saha, Kuntal Kumar
||Determinants of safe-delivery practices in rural Bangladesh : evidence from theBangladesh demographic and health survey 1996-1997
||Rahman, Md. Mafizur; Barkat-e-Khuda; Reza, Md. Masud
||Use of a sub-district hospital for management of obstettric complications in rural Bangladesh
||Ahmed, Shameem; Islam, Ariful; Mitra, Dipak Kumar; Khanum, Parveen A.; Barkat-e-Khuda
||Use of obstetric care services in Bangladesh : dose knowledge of husbands matter
||Khanum, Parveen A.; Islam, Ariful; Quaiyum, M.A.; Millsap, Joan
||Belief and practice related to food preference and food avoidance after childbirth in Matlab, Bangladesh[conference paper]
||Islam, M. Shafiqul; Shahid, Nigar S.; Haque, M. Emdadul
||A new approach of TBA training and its impacts on MCH services
||Nessa, F.; Rahman, S.
||Neo-natal mortality patterns in rural Bangladesh
||Rahman, Shafiqur; Nessa, Fazilatun
||Essential obstetric care
||Indigenous birth practices in rural Bangladesh and their implications for a maternal and child health programme
||Bhatia, Shushum; Chakraborty, J.; Faruque, A.S.G