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Maternal and Child Health (MCH) had been greater concern for authorities due to the treat on the population of mothers and children at the close of the 19th century. With time the advancing scientific and professional knowledge of the maternal and child health (MCH) improved involving all the aspects of maternal/women's health, perinatal and infant health, child health, adolescent health, and children with special health care needs.
Clinics in Mother and Child Health Journal is an open access journal dedicated to publish valuable research outcomes with latest updates and general issues related to pregnancy, maternal depression, mother to child transmission, gestational age, autism, new-born concerns, social issues associated with upbringing of a child and making them freely available worldwide. Researchers of the discipline of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Pediatrics are encouraged to publish innovative ideas in the international platform. The rapid and editorial bias free publishing system of Maternal and Child Health peer reviewed journals will aid the readers to access and disseminate knowledge for the betterment of the scientific society.
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Maternal depression is a risk factor for cognitive and socio development in children. Maternal depression mainly occurs after the baby birth. It can be mainly due t the etiological factors such as Poverty, Marital Conflict, lack of natural resources. Post partum disorder is serious illness beginning with hallucinations, illusions and impairment in functioning. The association of maternal behaviour, depression and child outcomes are complex. Research suggests that poor Maternal health may be a risk factor among the young children.
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Mother to Child Transmission is called vertical transmission or perinatal transmission. It occurs when HIV is transmitted from mother to child during pregnancy, labor and delivery. Many Infections can be transmitted from mother to child which include Congenital Infections, Perinatal and Postnatal. For a HIV woman, there will be a chance of spreading the disease from mother to child .A new drug was discovered which prevents the spread of disease from mother to child.
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Fibrocystic breasts are characterised by lumpiness and discomfort in the breast. The lumpiness is due to breast cysts. The condition mainly affects women and is the most common cause of lumpy breasts. It is very common and benign condition. Hormonal variation is the major factor for fibrocystic breast disease. Breast self examinations are not recommended for the patients who are not at a risk of breast cancer. However, women aged from 40-50 years have to consult doctor and should have mammogram once in two years.
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Pregnancy is associated with normal physiological changes. Some of the changes are increase in maternal blood volume, Changes in Cardiovascular system, Changes in the respiratory system, Renal and Gastro Intestinal System. Drug metabolism is altered due to elevated secondary sex hormones. Increased estrogen levels, Progesteron can be significantly detected during pregnancy. Some women experience the symtoms of Hypotension. Pregnancy is diabetogenic. Insulin levels increases during pregnancy and the levels fall down after pregnancy.
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Taking care of a newborn is both the simplest and most difficult thing you have probably ever done in your life. Know that your baby will sleep much of the time. Newborns generally sleep up to 20 hours a day the first few weeks. The sense of responsibility, particularly after years of being responsible only for yourself, can be overwhelming. Before handling a new born baby, it should be noted that the person should wash the hands as they are more susceptible to infections because they have poor immune system. They should not be shaken vigorously for making them sleep as it causes bleeding in the brain and even death.
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Postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) is the leading cause of maternal mortality. All women who carry a pregnancy beyond 20 weeks’ gestation are at risk for this disease. Uterine atony is a failure of the uterine myometrial fibers to contract and retract. This is the most important cause of PPH and usually occurs immediately following delivery of the baby, up to 4 hours after the delivery.
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Perinatal asphyxia is the name for when your child doesn’t breathe normally just before, during, or after birth. Asphyxia is a condition that describes a decreased or discontinued level of oxygen, and perinatal is the period that describes just before, during, and after delivery. Perinatal asphyxia, or neonatal asphyxia, is a birth injury it is an initial birth injury that–if gone untreated–could expose your child to a whole network of related birth injuries.
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Maternal psychology aims to study the transition to motherhood, or “matrescence,” as a unique developmental phase within the female lifespan trajectory. Qualitative and quantitative research methods are used to examine aspects of adaptation to pregnancy and parenting. Individual differences in psychological strengths that increase resilience are measured alongside clinical indicators of risk for psychological distress.
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A preterm birth is a birth that takes place more than three weeks before the baby is due. In other words, a premature birth is one that occurs before the start of the 37th week of pregnancy. Normally, a pregnancy usually lasts about 40 weeks. Premature birth gives the baby less time to develop in the womb. Premature babies, especially those born earliest, often have complicated medical problems.
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Preeclampsia, fetal growth restriction (undernourished baby) and spontaneous preterm birth are the major complications of late pregnancy. They are leading causes of illness and death in mothers and newborn babies. Fetal growth restriction is usually due to placental problems leading to inadequate nutrition of the baby and overall affects 1 in 10 pregnancies.
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Newborns are at increased risk for infections, especially during the first 7 days of life. The most common causes of neonatal deaths are preterm birth complications, newborn infections and birth asphyxia. Delay in identification of the problem or in providing the correct management may be fatal.
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Pregnant women experience sudden and dramatic increases in estrogen and progesterone, as well as changes in the amount and function of a number of other hormones. These changes can not only affect mood, they can also create the “glow” of pregnancy, significantly aid in the development of the fetus, and alter the physical impact of exercise and physical activity on the body.
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Journal of Clinics in mother and Child Health is supporting 2nd International conference on Gynecology and Obstetrics which will be held from November 16-18, 2015 at San Antonio, USA. The theme of the conference is “Integrating the Milestones in Gynec Health Globally”.
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