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Availability of emergency neonatal care in eight districts of Karnataka state, southern India: a cross-sectional study
Abstract Background Emergency Neonatal Care (EmNC) is an important service for the health and survival of newborns. The objective of our study was to assess the availability ...
Pregnancy wastage among HIV infected women in a high HIV prevalence district of India
Abstract Background Bagalkot district in Karnataka state is one of the highest HIV prevalence districts in India. A large proportion of the girls also marry at early age in ...
Supporting adolescent girls to stay in school, reduce child marriage and reduce entry into sex work as HIV risk prevention in north Karnataka, India: protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial
Abstract Background Low caste adolescent girls living in rural northern Karnataka are at increased risk of school drop-out, child marriage, and entry into sex-work, which ...
Preferences for infant delivery site among pregnant women and new mothers in Northern Karnataka, India
Abstract Background The National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) of India aims to increase the uptake of safe and institutional delivery among rural communities to improve maternal, ...