Trends in maternal mortality includes various conditions which can lead to maternal mortality. There are significant maternal mortality intracountry variations, especially in nations with large equality gaps in income and education and high healthcare disparities.
Women living in rural areas experience higher maternal mortality than women living in urban and suburban centers because those living in wealthier households, having higher education, or living in urban areas, have higher use of healthcare services than their poorer, less-educated, or rural counterparts. There are also racial and ethnic disparities in maternal health outcomes which increases maternal mortality in marginalized groups.
Related Journals of Trends in Maternal Mortality
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