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Late antenatal care initiation: the case of public health centers in Ethiopia

ObjectiveThe aim of this study was to determine the magnitude of late initiation of antenatal care visit and associated factors among antenatal care follow up women in Tselemte district health facilities. The data were obtained at health facilities level in a single survey within 1 month and there is no continuation part of this study or previously published part elsewhere...

Health care providers’ adherence to immediate postpartum care guideline and associated factors among women who gave birth in Mekele public teaching hospitals, Tigray 2018

ObjectiveTo assess health care providers adherence to immediate postpartum care and associated factors among women’s who gave birth in Mekele teaching public hospitals, 2018.ResultsThe Health care providers’ complete adherence to immediate postpartum care guideline was 22.8%. Health care providers who have complete adherence to prenatal care guideline were 93.3% less likely to...

Pregnant women adherence level to antenatal care visit and its effect on perinatal outcome among mothers in Tigray Public Health institutions, 2017: cohort study

ObjectiveTo assess pregnant women adherence level to antenatal care visit and its effect on perinatal outcome among mothers in Tigray Public Health institutions, 2017.ResultsThe overall adherence level of the women towards to antenatal care visit was 49.9% and incidence of PPH, still birth, early neonatal death, late neonatal death and low birth weight complication was 4.3%, 2.3...

Appropriate complementary feeding practice and associated factors among mothers having children aged 6–24 months in Debre Tabor Hospital, North West Ethiopia, 2016

ObjectiveThis study was aimed to assess appropriate complementary feeding practice and associated factors among mothers having children aged 6–24 months in Debre Tabor Hospital, North West Ethiopia, 2016.ResultsIn this study, 37.2% of mothers had appropriate complementary feeding practice. Mothers’ level of education above grade 12 (AOR = 2.96, CI 1.2–7.62), husbands’ occupation...