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A decade of inequality in maternity care: antenatal care, professional attendance at delivery, and caesarean section in Bangladesh (1991-2004)
Author(s): Simon M Collin , Iqbal Anwar and Carine Ronsmans
Source: International Journal for Equity in Health , 6:9doi:10.1186/1475-9276-6-9
Country(s): Bangladesh
Assessing the quality of cesarean birth data in the Demographic and Health Surveys
Author(s): Holtz, S.A., C.K. Stanton
Source: Studies in Family Planning (2007) , 38
Country(s): Multiple Regions
Caesarean section and subsequent fertility in sub-Saharan Africa
Author(s): Collin; Marshall; Filippi
Source: International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics (MAR 2006) , Volume 113, Number 3, March 2006 , pp. 276-283(8)
Country(s): Multiple African Countries
Caeserean section rates in the Arab region: A cross-national study
Author(s): Jurdi, R., M. Kawaja
Source: Health Policy and Planning (2004) , Vol 19, Num 2, Page: 101-110
Country(s): Multiple Regions
Cesarean section and subsequent fertility in sub-Saharan Africa
Author(s): Collin, S.M., T. Marshall, V. Filippi
Source: British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (2006) , Vol 113, Num 2, Page: 276-283
Country(s): Multiple African Countries
Community factors affecting rising caesarean section rates in developing countries: An analysis of six countries
Author(s): Tiziana Leonea, Sabu S. Padmadasb, and Zoë Matthewsb
Source: Social Science and Medicine (OCT 2008) , Volume 67, Issue 8, October 2008, Pages 1236-1246
Country(s): Bangladesh, Morocco, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Egypt, Vietnam
Determinants of caesarean section in Egypt: Evidence from the Demographic and Health Survey
Author(s): Khawaja, M., T. Kabakian-Khasholian, R. Jurdi
Source: Health Policy (2004) , Vol 69, Num 3, Page: 273-281, doi:10.1016/j.healthpol.2004.05.006
Country(s): Egypt
Health reform and cesarean sections in the private sector: The experience of Peru
Author(s): Alejandro Arrieta
Source: Health Policy , Volume 99, Issue 2, February 2011, Pages 124-130, doi:10.1016/j.healthpol.2010.07.016
Country(s): Peru
Levels and trends of cesarean birth in the developing world
Author(s): Stanton, C.K., S.A. Holtz
Source: Studies in Family Planning (2006) , Vol 37, Num 1, Page: 41-48
Country(s): Multiple Regions
Preference for Institutional Delivery and Caesarean Sections in Bangladesh
Author(s): Kamal SM.
Source: Journal of Health, Population, and Nutrition (MAR 2013) , 31(1):96-109.
Country(s): Bangladesh
Reliability of data on cesarean sections in developing countries
Author(s): Stanton, C., D. Dubourg, V. De Brouwere, M. Pujades, C. Ronsmans
Source: Bulletin of the World Health Organization (2005) , Vol 83, Num 6, Page: 401-480
Country(s): Multiple Regions
Rising trends in cesarean section rates in Egypt
Author(s): Khawaja, M., R. Jurdi, T. Kabakian-Khasholian
Source: Birth (2004) , Vol 31, Num 1, Page: 12-16
Country(s): Egypt
Size of newborn and caesarean section deliveries among teenagers in sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from DHS
Author(s): Magadi, M., A. Agwanda, F. Obare, N. Taffa
Source: Journal of Biosocial Science (2006) , forthcoming
Country(s): Multiple African Countries
Trends in the prevalence and determinants of caesarean section delivery in Jordan: evidence from three demographic and health surveys, 1990--2002.
Author(s): Khawaja M, Al-Nsour M.
Source: World Health and Population (DEC 2007) , 2007 Dec;9(4):17-28.
Country(s): Jordan
Turkish Demographic and Health Survey Results of Antenatal Care, Perinatal Fetal and Neonatal Evaluation With Respect to Prognosis
Author(s): Derya Sivri Aydin, Murat Yayla
Source: Perinatal Journal (DEC 2010) , Vol: 18, Issue: 3/December 2010
Country(s): Turkey
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