An understanding of factors influencing haemoglobin (hb) level among antenatal mothers can help healthcare providers assess, take appropriate action and manage anaemia in this risk group more effectively. Background anemia during pregnancy is a common problem in developing countries and affects both the mother's and her child's health the main objective of this study was to determine the prevalence of and the factors associated with anemia among pregnant women. The rate and risk factors for anemia among pregnant mothers in jerteh antenatal mothers with anemia are high risk to community medicine & health education . Magnitude of anemia niguse o et al 165 original article magnitude of anemia and associated risk factors among pregnant women attending antenatal care in shalla.
In myanmar, 60% of the population consists of mothers and children, and they are the groups most vulnerable to anemia the objectives of this study are to determine (1) the anemia prevalence among lactating women and (2) the risk factors associated with anemia. Prenatal risk factors for developmental delay variations among virus strains and world puts mothers and children at higher risk for several pregnancy-related . Obaig, odongo p, wanyama r (2016) prevalence of anaemia and associated risk factors among pregnant women attending antenatal care in gulu and hoima regional hospitals in uganda: a cross sectional study.
Anaemia and worm infestation among risk factors contributing to maternal deaths in devel- a study was conducted among antenatal mothers who had come for . Determine the magnitude and factors associated with anemia during pregnancy among mothers attending antenatal care at adama hospital medical college antenatal care clinic from november to december 2017. Intervention including health education about causes of anemia and its risk factors and antenatal care (anc) follow up should be improved background: anemia is regarded as a major risk factor for unfavorable outcome of pregnancy both for the mother and the fetus. Contributing factors to anaemia include inadequate iron might improve quality of risk detection for antenatal mothers, until then, it is unlikely that the current . In order to design an intervention for prevention of anemia in pregnancy, determination of its magnitude and identifying associated risk factors for anemia are paramount importance objectives : to determine the magnitude and factors associated with anemia during pregnancy among mothers attending antenatal care at adama hospital medical college .
Malaria and anaemia among pregnant women at first antenatal clinic visit in kisumu, western kenya infants born to anaemic mothers had a threefold risk of death . Anaemia in pregnant women is a public health problem, especially in developing countries the aim of this study was to assess the prevalence and related risk factors of anaemia during pregnancy in a large multicentre retrospective study (n = 44,002) and to determine the adverse pregnancy outcomes . Title: prevalence of anaemia among pregnant women attending antenatal clinic at mbagathi district hospital proposal presented in part fulfilment. Was aimed at determining the factors associated with anaemia among a group of pregnant mothers who attended an antenatal clinic in dhaka city risk factor for the .
A pregnant mother provides the favourable environment to the developing foetus but many factors cause complication during pregnancy and delivery these complications mainly occur due to poor dietary habit, poor maternal health and anaemia leading to still birth, abortion and preterm delivery. This finding corroborates with previous studies such as in ethiopia   , uganda  , nigeria  , vietnam  and india  which indicated that lack of iron supplementation is among the most significant risk factors for developing anaemia during pregnancy. Called focused antenatal care – are requiredessential interventions in anc preventing problems for mothers and babies depends on this package is among the.
Malaria – prevalence of malaria in pregnancy among mothers: a case study of ebonyi state university teaching hospital, between 2010 to 2011 malaria infection during pregnancy is a major public health problem in tropical and subtropical regions throughout the world. Anemia and iron deficiency: effects on pregnancy outcome 3 times higher in mothers with iron deficiency anemia on entry to care in risk factors and birth . Prevalence and factors associated with anaemia among pregnant women attending antenatal clinic in the second and third trimesters at pumwani maternity hospital, nairobi. This study examined the maternal risk factors associated with increased prevalence of anaemia among antenatal and postnatal women a prospective-retrospective cohort approach was carried out among .
Parasitic infections are of public health concern globally, particular among at risk groups such as pregnant women in developing countries the presence of these parasites during pregnancy potentiate adverse effects to both the mother and the unborn baby this study sought to establish the . In spite of probing efforts, in the study area, factors associated with anemia among pregnant mothers are limited or non-existent therefore, this study has addressed the identified gaps and examined the determinants of anemia using case control study among pregnant women attending antenatal care in health facilities of dessie town. The prevalence of hiv among antenatal clients in south africa has remained at a very high rate of about 29% despite substantial decline in several sub-saharan countries there is a paucity of data on risk factors for incident hiv infection among antenatal mothers and women within the reproductive .