New WHO antenatal care model—quality worth paying for?
Obstetrics and Gynaecology (East Africa)
The 2016 WHO guidelines on antenatal care1 were published earlier this month and are widely welcomed because they are not only academically robust, but also relevant to end-users and patients. The guidelines cover antenatal care for normal pregnancies and have adopted a woman-centred, holistic approach to care. They cover nutritional interventions, maternal and fetal assessment, preventive measures, interventions for common physiological pregnancy symptoms, and health systems interventions to improve the use and quality of antenatal care.
(2016). New WHO antenatal care model—quality worth paying for?. THE LANCET, 388(10060), 2574-2575.
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