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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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As evident from Table 1, direct causes contributed to 67.70% maternal deaths and indirect causes contributed to 32.30% maternal deaths.
Referring to different data-based reports the speakers said that annual ratio of maternal mortality in Pakistan was 276 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births.
The Maternal Death Surveillance and Response System is to accomplish the goal of eliminating preventable maternal mortality it is essential to have a system those measures and tracks maternal deaths in real time.
Maternal nutrition in rural Kenya: health and sociodemographic determinants and its association with child nutrition.
Coslett-Charlton added that for a clear understanding of why women are dying from preventable maternal complications, which she noted that 60% of maternal deaths are, "every state must have a robust MMRC.
The study said the state's 2012 maternal death numbers inflated the number of women 35 and older who were classified as a maternal death and included reporting errors in which women who had not been pregnant were reported as maternal deaths.
Maternal mortality remains a major public health problem and delivery care utilization remaining low in Pakistan.
A maternal near miss (MNM) is an event in which a pregnant woman comes close to maternal death, but does not die-a "near-miss." Traditionally, the analysis of maternal deaths has been the criteria of choice for evaluating women's health and the quality of obstetric care.
The data was found in a recent survey titled 'Bangladesh Maternal Mortality and Health Care survey (BMMS)-2016' conducted by NIPORT.
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