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Table 2 Clinical processes of care and health outcomes collected on Maternal and Newborn Health Registry forms, 2019

From: Looking beyond the numbers: quality assurance procedures in the Global Network for Women’s and Children’s Health Research Maternal Newborn Health Registry

Pregnancy Delivery Postpartum and neonatal
Outcomes
Ectopic pregnancy
Miscarriage or spontaneous abortion
Induced abortion
Abortive related outcome
Malaria
Syphilis
Hypertensive disease/preeclampsia/eclampsiaa
Fetal or vaginal odor
Other maternal infection
Processes of care
Dilation and curetage or suction
Outcomes
Transverse lie
Oblique lie
Breech lie
Severe antepartum hemorrhagea
Obstructed/prolonged labor, failure to progress
Obstetric fistula
Severe postpartum hemorrhagea
Severe infection
Acute inversion of the uterus
Maternal deatha
Signs of maceration
Stroke/loss of consciousness/paralysis
Stillbirtha
Birth trauma/difficult delivery
Cord complication
Major malformation at birth
Processes of care
Unplanned hospitalization
Antibiotics
Corticosteroids
Oxytocin
Misoprostol
Magnesium Sulphate
Induction of labor
Episiotomy
Blood transfusion
Hysterectomy
Forceps/vacuum extraction delivery
Outcomes
Congenital anomalies
Abdominal wall defect
Neural tube defect
Breathing difficulties
Prematurity
Breathed weekly or did not cry at birth
Fits/seizures of the neonate fever or low temperature chest X ray or clinical finding of pneumonia
Pus draining from umbilical stump
Asphyxia (neonate)
Sepsis (neonate)
Accident/assault/trauma/suicide
Diabetes
Severe anemia
Severe jaundice
Infection
Seizures
Signs of fetal distress
Processes of care
Required resuscitation at birth
Continued positive airway pressure
Oxygen
Mechanical ventilation
Medicinal eye care
Medicinal cord care
  1. aCommon to more than one period