An Analysis on the Antenatal Care Service Factors Affecting Pregnant Women in Bangladesh: A Special Review on Private Hospitals
Keywords:Antenatal Care Service (ANC), Pregnant women, Private hospital, Bangladesh
The rate of maternal mortality of Bangladesh is increasing day by day. Among many reasons early marriage, unplanned impregnation or lack of antenatal care are the major causes of those maternal deaths. Antenatal care is significantly effective for the mother and their newborns during pregnancy period especially from severe bleeding, high blood pressures, infections or complications during delivery. Several researches have conducted in various countries about the antenatal care service factors affecting pregnant women during pregnancy period but have not been organized information collectively. Hence, further research need to accomplish a literature review for finding organized information about the antenatal care service factors affecting pregnant women in Bangladesh. This is a descriptive analysis based on the information extracted from different literature review, primary and secondary data sources by using a specific methodology. The study found that 60.87 percent pregnant women have adequate information about the ANC services and 39.13 percent have partial knowledge about the ANC services. The major outcomes of this special review study might help the respective authorities and interested groups to make plan and improvement existing approaches for application of ANC factors affecting pregnant women in Bangladesh.
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