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Protocol of Birth in Brazil II: National Research on Abortion, Labor and Childbirth.

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Title
Protocol of Birth in Brazil II: National Research on Abortion, Labor and Childbirth.
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Cadernos de Saúde Pública, April 2024
DOI 10.1590/0102-311xpt036223
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Maria do Carmo Leal, Ana Paula Esteves-Pereira, Sônia Azevedo Bittencourt, Rosa Maria Soares Madeira Domingues, Mariza Miranda Theme Filha, Tatiana Henriques Leite, Barbara Vasques da Silva Ayres, Márcia Leonardi Baldisserotto, Marcos Nakamura-Pereira, Maria Elisabeth Lopes Moreira, Maria Auxiliadora de Souza Mendes Gomes, Marcos Augusto Bastos Dias, Maira Libertad Soligo Takemoto, Rodolfo de Carvalho Pacagnella, Silvana Granado Nogueira da Gama

Abstract

Brazil has made advances in obstetric care in public and private hospitals; however, weaknesses in this system still require attention. The Brazilian Ministry of Health, aware of this need, funded the second version of the Birth in Brazil survey. This study aimed to evaluate: prenatal, labor and birth, postpartum, and abortion care, comparing the results with those of Birth in Brazil I; and analyze the main determinants of perinatal morbidity and mortality; evaluate the care structure and processes of obstetrics and neonatology services in maternity hospitals; analyze the knowledge, practices, and attitudes of health professionals who provide birth and abortion care; and identify the main barriers and facilitators related to care of this nature in Brazil. With a national scope and a 2-stage probability sample: 1-hospitals and 2-women, stratified into 59 strata, 465 hospitals were selected with a total planned sample of around 24,255 women - 2,205 for abortion reasons and 22,050 for labor reasons. Data collection was conducted using six electronic instruments during hospital admission for labor or abortion, with two follow-up waves, at two and four months. In order to expand the number of cases of severe maternal morbidity, maternal and perinatal mortality, three case control studies were incorporated into Birth in Brazil II. The fieldwork began in November 2021 and is scheduled to end in 2023. It will allow a comparison between current labor and birth care results and those obtained in the first study and will evaluate the advances achieved in 10 years.

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