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Mat

A general term for Russian profanity. The use of mat is illegal in Russia, though this is only enforced sporadically. However, inadvertently using mat can make it more difficult (or at least awkward) to conduct business in Russian.
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MCHIP had the vision to prevent maternal, newborn and child deaths by providing quality MNCH services across selected districts of Sindh through a total market approach, empowered communities, timely referral of complications to hospitals providing emergency obstetric and newborn care (EmONC), and improved access to family planning (FP) and child health services including immunisation and nutrition.
He said this while speaking at the free capacity building training organized by SANMINIT for doctors and other maternity care providers in Osun State which took place at Ladoke AAkintola University of technology Teaching Hospital in Osogbo as part of strategies to curtail maternal and neonatal mortality in Nigeria,
Such anomalies in the Texas numbers epitomize the woeful recordkeeping on maternal deaths nationwide.
Both the BMMS-2010 and BMMS-2016 surveys found that the proportionate contribution of hemorrhage to all maternal deaths remained unchanged.
While numerous studies have investigated the risk of perinatal outcomes with advancing maternal age, the primary objective of a recent study by Lisonkova and colleagues was to examine the association between advancing maternal age and severe maternal morbidities and mortality.
Conclusion: Maternal good nutriment and good salary is found to be beneficial for children's nutriment.
Chairperson South Asian Federation of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Founder and Director Women's Health Intervention and Development Initiative and Former HoD Gynecology of HMC Prof Dr Lubna Hassan gave a detailed presentation on Maternal Death Surveillance and Response System and shared key components of MDSR as well as preconditions necessary for successful implementation of MDSR.
Maternal outcome was 37(20%) patients expired and 151(80%)patients survived and discharged home.
The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) focused on improving maternal health by reducing maternal mortality ratio (MMR) and achieving universal access to reproductive health till 2016.
Maternal mortality ratio measures "number of woman aged 15-49 years dying due to maternal causes per 1,00,000 live births.
Maternal mortality is ascribed usually to complications that generally occur during or around labor and cannot be accurately predicted.
The present study shows the importance of inclusion of maternal effects in designing appropriate breeding programs for genetic improvement in Brown Swiss calves for birth weight.
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