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Title: The reality of maternal health care during pregnancy according to the most important social factors through the database of the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS-6 2019) Algeria
Authors: محمد الأخضر قویدري
محمد صالي
Keywords: health care
Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey
mics6 2019
pregnancy poriod
reproductive health
Issue Date: 15-Dec-2023
Series/Report no.: numéro 56 SSH V15 N3 2023;
Abstract: During pregnancy, mothers need a form of health care, and enhancing their health and protecting them from complications of pregnancy and following up on their pregnancy is important, so work must be done to provide health facilities and services for health care for mothers during pregnancy, and this study aims to identify the most important social factors: [place of residence, educational level, age, geographical regions] controlling the reality of maternal health care during pregnancy in Algeria through the database of the National Multiple Indicator Survey mics-6 2019, and the study found a good increase in the percentage of health care for mothers during pregnancy Compared to the percentages of previous surveys The average number of visits was more than five visits to mothers, while most mothers were consulted in their visits to health workers [medical], and more than a quarter of mothers followed most of the most important examinations, and it can be said that health care rates are higher among mothers who live in urban areas than mothers Women who live in the countryside, and that the higher the educational level of mothers, the higher the percentage of health care, and the age group [30-34] is the highest in health care rates compared to other age groups, as for the regions, health care rates spread among mothers during pregnancy In the northern region compared to other regions.
Description: Revue des Sciences Sociales et Humaines
ISSN: 2170-1121
Appears in Collections:numéro 56 SSH V15 N3 2023

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