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STUDY OF MATERNAL NEAR MISS CASES: SCENARIO AT TERTIARY HEALTH CENTER IN WESTERN MAHARASHTRA
Prachi Sawant*, Maulika Shah and Anita Ijalkar
According to millenium development goals in 2015, the goal number five was to improve the maternal health. In any setting women who develop severe acute morbidity during pregnancy share many circumstantial factors related to their condition. A maternal near miss case is defined as a woman who nearly died but survived a complication that occurred during pregnancy, childbirth or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy. This concept is relatively new in maternal care, but is increasingly becoming important in areas with low maternal mortality ratios or where the geographic area is small. Our study is conducted at tertiary health care center in Western Maharashtra, state in India. Maternal morbidity is assessed in view of maternal near miss cases. Maternal near miss incidence ratio, obstetric and non obstetric complications, investigations and maternal near miss to mortality ratio calculated.[Full Text Article]