Maternal Mortality


Maternal mortality is the leading causes of death and disability of reproductive age in the developing countries. The hypertensive disorder of pregnancy is the root cause of pregnancy related deaths followed by unsafe abortions and obstetric hemorrhage.  Hypertensive



disorder of pregnancy is the leading cause of pregnancy related deaths followed by unsafe abortions and obstetric hemorrhage. Other causes include obstructed labor, anesthetic complications and others.



Women die as a results of complications throughout and following physiological condition and vaginal birth. Most of those complications develop throughout physiological condition and most are preventable or treatable. different complications might exist before physiological condition however ar worsened throughout physiological condition, particularly if not managed as part of the woman’s care. The major complications that account for nearly 75% of all maternal deaths are:


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