Awareness of Danger Signs & Symptoms of Pregnancy Complication Among…

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Last month, the International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics published a paper, Awareness of danger signs and symptoms of pregnancy complication among women in Jordan, that explores the levels and determinants of awareness of danger signs of pregnancy complications among pregnant women in Jordan. The researchers found that awareness of danger signs was low and that a number of sociodemographic factors were associated with awareness–such as duration of education, current employment, husband’s duration of education, and others. Take a look at the abstract: Objective To assess the level and determinants of awareness of the danger signs and symptoms of pregnancy complication among pregnant Jordanian women aged 15 years and older. Methods A descriptive cross-sectional study of 350 women attending prenatal care services was performed. Interviews were conducted at 4 public-health centers in Zarqa, Jordan, using a structured questionnaire

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