Regional disparities in antenatal care utilization in Indonesia.

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Summary of "Regional disparities in antenatal care utilization in Indonesia."

The main strategy for decreasing maternal morbidity and mortality has been antenatal care (ANC). ANC aims to monitor and maintain the health and safety of the mother and the fetus, detect all complications of pregnancy and take the necessary actions, respond to complaints, prepare for birth, and promote a healthy lifestyle. This study aims to analyze interregional disparities in ≥4 ANC visits during pregnancy in Indonesia.


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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0224006


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