BIRTH OUTCOMES IDENTIFYING ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN OBSTETRIC OUTCOMES AND SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF WOMEN PRESENTING FOR DELIVERIES IN 2018 AT NYALA TEACHING HOSPITAL
Ekram Adam Eldoom*, Rehab Mohammed Issa Alsmani and Khalid Mohammed Awadelkareem
This is a descriptive cross sectional study conducted to investigate Birth Outcomes- Identifying associations between obstetric outcomes and socio-demographic characteristics of women presenting for deliveries in 2018 at Nyala Teaching Hospital. As well as reason that leads women to deliver at home. This study population was women at reproductive aged (15-49) years old total coverage attended in hospital during collected data. Objective: To investigate associations between obstetric outcomes and socio-demographic characteristics of women presenting for deliveries. Materials and Methods: An expolornary descriptive-cross-sectional study designed to investigate Birth Outcomes. Result: In this study, we examined the relationship between sociodemographic and birth outcome. Total 25 women, only 8(32%) had experienced low birth weight outcome. It also shows that there was statistically significant association observed between the age, living area, and education level. Conclusion: Poor outcome of birth was maximum in house low income, women who were had low level of education, and women delivered for first time, women who were delivered at age of (15-49) years old and women who gave history of obstetric.
Keywords: Obstetric, demographic, reproductive, fertility rates, birthweight, neighbourhood.
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