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Risk Factors For Maternal Anemia Among Women Attending Antenatal Care In Moroto Regional Referral Hospital. A Case-control Study
Background: Maternal anemia continues to be a serious public health issue because of its link to poor maternal and fetal outcomes. The study's objective was to assess the association between risk factors and maternal anemia among women attending antenatal care in Moroto Regional Referral Hospital. Methods: A case-control study involving 100 pregnant women -50 cases and 50 controls- was conducted between November 2021 to March 2022. Pregnant women who had hemoglobin levels below 11 g/dl at their first antenatal appointment were considered cases, while pregnant women with hemoglobin levels of 11 g/dl and higher were considered controls.
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