An Initiative towards reducing Stillbirth: Stillbirth Surveillance Review & Response (SBSRR)

An Initiative towards reducing Stillbirth: Stillbirth Surveillance Review & Response (SBSRR)

Dr Bharti Sharma (1), Dr Neelam Aggarwal (1), Dr Vanita Suri (1)1, Dr Anoma Jayathilaka (2), Dr Priya Karna (2), Dr Neena Raina (2) (1) Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, PGIMER Chandigarh India, (2) Department of Family health, Gender and Life course, WHO SEARO, New Delhi, India Introduction India has the highest number of stillbirth in the world-592, 100 in 2015 with an estimated Stillbirth rate of 23 per 1000births.

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Classifying Stillbirths in a tertiary care hospital of Low middle-income country: Simplified COD-AC versus ICD-PM

Classifying Stillbirths in a tertiary care hospital of Low middle-income country: Simplified COD-AC versus ICD-PM

Bharti Sharma, Neelam Aggarwal, Vanita Suri Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, PGIMER Chandigarh, INDIA Background: India shares the highest-burden of stillbirths and it is crucial to classify these stillbirths. The purpose of any classification is to know the actual burden of any particular problem and its causes so that preventive strategies can be planned. There is a number of different classifications available to classify stillbirth in literature still, we lack

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