[Development of a risk factor assessment chart for screening high-risk pregnancy for use by health workers at the grass roots level]

Ingu Pogon Nonjip. 1985 Jul;5(1):196-248.
[Article in Ko]

Abstract

PIP: The aim of this study is to develop a sequential examination procedure to be used by low-level health-care practitioners in the identification of high-risk pregnancies in the Republic of Korea. Data collected in 1981 from 3,838 pregnant women are used to determine the significance to birth outcomes of 48 variables selected for consideration. The 26 variables shown to have a high correlation with undesirable outcomes are then included on an examination chart. (summary in ENG)

Publication types

  • English Abstract

MeSH terms

  • Allied Health Personnel*
  • Ambulatory Care Facilities*
  • Asia
  • Clinical Laboratory Techniques*
  • Delivery of Health Care
  • Developing Countries
  • Diagnosis
  • Disease
  • Far East
  • Health
  • Health Personnel*
  • Health Planning
  • Health Services*
  • Korea
  • Maternal Health Services*
  • Maternal-Child Health Centers
  • Organization and Administration
  • Physical Examination*
  • Population Characteristics*
  • Pregnancy Complications*
  • Pregnancy Outcome*
  • Pregnancy*
  • Prenatal Care*
  • Primary Health Care
  • Reproduction
  • Research
  • Women*