Maternal Health Task Force


Hydralazine vs nifedipine for acute hypertensive emergency in pregnancy; a randomized controlled trial

Development and preliminary validation of a post-fistula repair reintegration instrument among Ugandan women

Statement on Maternal Sepsis

Maternal health care initiatives: Causes of morbidities and mortalities in two rural districts of Upper West Region, Ghana

Socio-demographic and reproductive health profile of women who experienced signs of obstetric fistula: Results from Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey (PDHS) 2006–2007

Maternal and perinatal outcome after previous caesarean section in rural Rwanda

Severe maternal morbidity in Zanzibar’s referral hospital: Measuring the impact of in-hospital care

What Is the Most Effective, Low-Cost Method for Inducing Labor in Women With Pre-Eclampsia?

"DSC_3569 A mother and her newborn child, beneficiaries of a UK-funded maternal health and family planning programme in Orissa, one India's poorest states" © 2011 DFID, used under a Creative Commons Attribution license

A group of researchers from the University of Liverpool, Gynuity Health Projects and the Government Medical College, Nagpur recently conducted a randomized controlled trial to compare the efficacy, safety and acceptability of two low-cost methods for labor induction among women with more

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