By Pooja Sripad Engaging women in their communities through group-based maternal health care increases their agency to seek necessary antenatal, childbirth and postnatal care. It stimulates collective learning, promotes involvement of community members and builds social support networks at pivotal…
Alternative regimens of magnesium sulfate for treatment of pre-eclampsia and eclampsia: a systematic review of non-randomized studies
Acta Obstetrica et Gynecologica Scandinavica, 2016 Results showed lower-dose and loading dose-only regimens could be as safe and efficacious as standard regimens; however, this evidence comes from low to very low-quality studies and further high-quality studies are needed.
Haiti-specific data on demographics, health risks, barriers to accessing care, pregnancy-related care, maternal death data, newborn/infant death data, national/provincial policies, and delivery capacity. Download in French.
Ending Eclampsia, 2016 This brief details qualitative and quantitative findings about policies, the health system, and community assessments in Nigeria surrounding pre-eclampsia and eclampsia.
Ending Eclampsia, 2016 This brief describes findings from desk reviews on PE/E research conducted in Bangladesh in the last 15 years, interviews with policy makers and focus group discussions with health providers and survivors.