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manage these women in labour with the assistance of the medical staff * provide excellent postnatal care to 6 weeks postpartum * monitor the standard of obstetric care, including organising and running monthly perinatal mortality meetings, and offer feedback to the district staff regarding all referrals * provide ongoing in-service education for all midwives in the hospital and its referring clinics, later using the Perinatal Education Programme (PEP) (2) material * locate and train traditional midwives to bring them into the care net * act as facilitators in building a perinatal care team in the unit.
A spokesman said: "The perinatal mortality rate for Ireland ranked 10th lowest out of the countries for which 2011 data were available.
LifeTide is a once-in-a-lifetime treatment for female pigs (sows) that has demonstrated significant decreases in perinatal mortality of piglets from treated sows compared to untreated sows.
6) In spite of a steady decline in perinatal mortality in First-World countries, it is feared that the HIV epidemic will negate any progress made in this regard in developing countries.
Despite undergoing surgical repair, women can continue to experience the effects of obstetric fistula, including infertility, spontaneous abortion, and perinatal mortality, which warrants further attention.
Maternal and perinatal mortality rates associated with delivery by cesarean section do not differ by whether the procedures are performed by clinical officers-nonphysician health care providers trained to perform clinical tasks-or by medical doctors, according to a meta-analysis of six controlled studies conducted between 1987 and 2009.
2010) published the results of a prospective cohort study which investigated the association between perinatal mortality and maternity caregiver in the BMJ last November.
The authors made the controversial decision to look at neonatal mortality, defined as death within 28 days, in addition to perinatal mortality and maternal interventions and complications surrounding delivery.