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A Functionality and Acceptability Study of Wireless Maternal Vital Sign Monitor in a Tertiary University Teaching Hospital in Rural Uganda
(Journal of Women’s Health and Gynecology, 2017)
Background: He emergence of wireless technologies and advancements in on-body sensor design can provide continuous physiological data with the potential to reduce the need for human resources. Objective: To test the ...
Wireless versus routine physiologic monitoring after cesarean delivery to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality in a resource-limited setting: protocol of type 2 hybrid effectiveness-implementation study
(BMC pregnancy and childbirth, 2021)
Background: Women in sub-Saharan Africa have the highest rates of morbidity and mortality during childbirth globally. Despite increases in facility-based childbirth, gaps in quality of care at facilities have limited ...