More than half of maternal deaths were through haemorrhaging – seminar told

Haemorrhaging accounted for more than half of the maternal death last year, while it was respiratory disorders that had the highest infant mortality figure – a total of 88.

To tackle not only those two problems in the health sector, but to improve overall reproductive health and safe parenting, as Guyana seeks to reach its 2015 Millennium Development Goals,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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