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Aims: Studies have linked individual factors such as education and household variables including wealth index as predictors of fertility behaviour. This study aims to examine the effect of socioeconomic characteristics on fertility behaviour when combined as a single proxy among women of reproductive ages in Nigeria.
Pearson chi-square test was used to determine the association among variables. Ordinal logistic regression was used to assess the effect of the explanatory variable on the outcome variable. The analysis was carried out using Stata Results: There is a statistically significant but inverse association between socioeconomic status and reported CEB. If women were to change their socioeconomic status from low to high, the CEB would reduce by This pattern remained consistent in the adjusted model and across all surveys.
An improved socioeconomic status would reduce reported CEB. Skip to main content Skip to main navigation menu Skip to site footer. Abstract Aims: Studies have linked individual factors such as education and household variables including wealth index as predictors of fertility behaviour. Downloads Download data is not yet available. PDF Review History. How to Cite. Obiyan, M. Copyright c Mary O. Obiyan, Ambrose Akinlo, Peter O.
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Syndrome des antiphospholipides
Language: English French. The association between antiphospholipid antibodies APAs and pregnancy loss has been established and now considered as a treatable cause of pregnancy loss. Data on the prevalence of APA in patients with recurrent pregnancy loss are scarce in our environment. To determine the prevalence of APA in pregnant women with and without recurrent fetal wastage. A cross-section analytical study. Eighty-five antenatal patients with recurrent fetal loss cases and an equal number of antenatal patients without recurrent fetal loss control matched for age were studied.
Syndrome des Antiphospholipides (SAPL)
Pregnancy in these women is associated with increased rates of preeclampsia, placental insufficiency, and preterm delivery. Several studies indicate that heparin, usually combined with low-dose aspirin, is beneficial in this indication. Recent works underlines the role of complement activation in a murine model of antiphospholipid pregnancy loss, which should be confirmed in Human. Previous Article Grossesse et vascularites Christian Pagnoux. Journal page Archives Contents list. Article Article Outline. Access to the text HTML.