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Eighty Percent Plus Stillbirth Causes Not Captured In The Health Information System; Homa Bay County Study Reveals
Perinatal Verbal Autopsy (PVA) is a technique of gathering information on events for a deceased newborn to determine cause of death. PVA compensates for inadequate data on causes of stillbirths away from health facilities. The broad objective was to determine socio-demographic and data processing factors that influence PVA practices among Community Health Volunteers (CHVs). An analytical cross-sectional study was conducted among 184 respondents. Structured questionnaire was used to collect data. Analysis was done using Fishers exact at <0.05 significance. 144(78.3%) female and 40 (21.7%) male participants were interviewed between April and May 2020.
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