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International Journal of Gynaecology Research

Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part A (2019)

Associated factors to perinatal mortality in area health in rural citenge kasai oriental/Rd Congo

Author(s):

Lazare Mpoyi Muteba, Jean Christophe Bukasa Tshilonda, Jean Fely Muamba Lubaya, Fortunat Mbuyi Mukendi, Abel Ntambue Mukengeshayi

Abstract:
Introduction: Reports 2011,2012,2013 benefits of the health zone and 2014 showed that perinatal mortality is a fact in the rural health zone of 0.75% with Citenge cases exceeds the objectives set by the province Kasaï Oriental through its reproductive health program, which must be less than 0.5% until the end of 2015. Method: This study is cross referred to analytical. It seeks to identify the factors of perinatal mortality in the rural health zone of Citenge. The data is collected and transversely collected using a questionnaire oriented exchange between interviewer and interviewee, the study was conducted on the extent of the rural health zone of Citenge. For a survey, a questionnaire was administered to pregnant women in 2014 and those who have given birth in the same year the number of 321. Results: The most incriminating factors are those related to the child include: the reduced number of visits CPN women that is to say EIC<4 prematurity and low birth weight and complications of childbirth (bleeding of issue and obstructed labor) are factors that increased the risk of this phenomenon "perinatal mortality". Conclusion: Reproductive health (RH) is a fundamental right of every human being. Our vision is to have a Congolese nation where every child born is a wanted child and who should not die from preventable causes; a nation where every woman has a good maternal health and should not lose or have their lives threatened by preventable diseases and morbid conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth, and finally a nation where men, women and young people enjoy a good sexual health immune to STIs and HIV / AIDS as well as safe from harmful and discriminatory practices related to sex or gender.

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How to cite this article:
Lazare Mpoyi Muteba, Jean Christophe Bukasa Tshilonda, Jean Fely Muamba Lubaya, Fortunat Mbuyi Mukendi, Abel Ntambue Mukengeshayi. Associated factors to perinatal mortality in area health in rural citenge kasai oriental/Rd Congo. Int. J. Gynaecol. Res. 2019;1(1):27-30. DOI: 10.33545/2664892X.2019.v1.i1a.7