Subject: RG1-991 | Research Article | Severe maternal morbidity | Healthcare delay | Maternal near miss | South Ethiopia | Gynecology and obstetrics
Abstract Background Maternal mortality and morbidity remain unacceptably high in developing countries. Behind every maternal death, many other women suffered from acute and chronic obstetric complications. Women who survive severe acute maternal morbidities/near miss ha... View more
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