Maternal Health

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Maternal Health by Mind Map: Maternal Health

1. Routine transport

1.1. Lauren's test

2. Maternal mortality

2.1. Levels and causes

2.1.1. Kassebaum 2014

2.1.2. Lay 2014

2.1.3. Alkema 2016

3. Diseases & Conditions Related to Pregnancy

3.1. Pregnancy complications

3.1.1. Ectopic

3.1.2. Gestational diabetes

3.1.3. Pregnancy in diabetics

3.1.4. Pregnancy induced hypertension

3.1.4.1. Eclampsia

3.1.4.2. Pre-eclampsia

3.1.4.3. HELLP syndrome

3.1.5. Cardiovascular pregnancy complications

3.1.6. Haematologic pregnancy complications

3.1.7. Infectious pregnancy complications

3.1.7.1. Malaria in pregnancy

3.1.7.2. Helminth infections

3.1.7.3. Zika

3.1.7.4. Influenza

3.1.7.5. HIV

3.1.8. Neoplastic pregnancy complications

3.1.9. Placenta diseases

3.1.9.1. Placenta acreta

3.1.9.2. Placenta previa

3.1.9.3. Abruptio placentae

3.1.10. Labour presentation & dystocia

3.1.10.1. Breech

3.1.10.2. Dystocia

3.1.10.3. Cephalopelvic disproportion

3.1.11. Intra and postpartum hemorrhage

3.1.12. Spontaneous abortion

3.1.13. Morning sickness & hyperemesis

3.1.14. Intimate prtner violence in pregnancy

3.2. Puerperal (Postpartum) disorders/ complications

3.2.1. Postpartum depression

3.2.2. Mastitis

3.2.3. Postpartum haemorrhage

3.2.4. Postpartum thyroiditis

3.2.5. Pubic symphysis diastasis

3.2.6. Puerperal infection

3.3. Female urogenital conditions

3.3.1. Pelvic floor disorders

3.3.2. Fistula

4. Financing

4.1. National helath insurance

4.2. Conditional cas transfers

4.3. User fees

5. Human Resources

5.1. Midwifery

5.2. Obstertics

5.3. Anaesthetics/ surgeons

5.4. Traditional birth attendants

5.5. Doulas

5.6. Medical officers

5.7. Cleaners/housekeeping

6. Information

6.1. Needs assessments

6.2. Patient records

6.3. HMIS

6.4. Indicators

7. Demand

8. Health Care Services

8.1. Family planning

8.2. Abortion care

8.2.1. Post abortion care

8.2.1.1. Shearer et al 2010

8.2.1.2. Cano et al 2016

8.2.1.3. Billings et al 2007

8.2.2. Medical abortion

8.2.2.1. Sneeringer et al 2012

8.2.2.2. Hyman et al 2013

8.2.2.3. Huda et al 2009

8.3. Antenatal care

8.4. Delivery care

8.4.1. Caesarean section

8.4.1.1. Lange et al 2016

8.4.1.2. Stanton et al 2008

8.4.1.3. Cavallaro et al 2016

8.4.2. Private sector

8.4.2.1. Benova et al 2015

8.4.3. Natural childbirth

8.5. Postnatal care

8.6. Perconception care

9. Induced abortion

9.1. Rates and trends worldwide

9.1.1. Sedgh et al 2015

9.1.2. Sedgh et al 2016

9.1.3. Haddad et al 2009

10. Governance

11. Quality improvement

11.1. Guidelines

11.2. Drills

11.3. MDSR

12. Essential drugs, equipment, supplies

13. Vulnerable groups/ risk factors

13.1. Adolescents

13.2. Migrants/refugees

13.3. Unwanted pregnancy

13.4. Age

13.5. Parity

13.6. Wealth

13.7. Healthy pregnant woman effect

14. Birth places

14.1. Health Facilities

14.1.1. Staffing

14.1.2. Capability/signal functions

14.1.3. Birthing centres

14.1.4. Alongside midwifery led units

14.2. Homebirth

15. Emergency medical services

16. Sector of provision

16.1. For profit private sector

16.2. Not for profit/ mission

17. Water, sanitation, infrastructure

18. Organizational models

19. Equity

20. Maternity waiting homes

21. Telemedicine

22. Taskshifting

23. Training

24. Community based interventions

25. Health promotion