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Year : 1987  |  Volume : 12  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 32-40
A Study Of The Impact Of Health Care On Maternal And Child Health In Rural Area

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Zulfia Khan

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In the present study, a door follow up study of mothers and infants was done one year after the mothers had been registered in the Ante-Natal Clinic of the Rural Health Training Center. Home delivery by locally available dai was present in a almost all cases. The choice of dai depended on the family tradition rather than training of the dai. Where mothers had not attended Ante-Natal Clinic, the reason given by a majority (55.8%) was ignorance of services available. The health status and immunization status was significantly better in infants where mothers had regularly attended Ante-Natal clinics.

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