A maioria dos profissionais estimula o parto natural. To assess adherence to best practices in labor and childbirth care by doctors, nurses, obstetric nursing residents, and obstetric medical residents working in public hospitals in the Federal District of Brazil. A cross-sectional study was conducted with care providers working in 11 public hospitals in the Federal District of Brazil between January and March A questionnaire containing 20 sociodemographic questions and 50 five-point Likert items was administered.
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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Using data about births from the perinatal information system PIS registered in Montevideo Uruguay , we estimated the probability of having a Caesarian section delivery, controlled by risk factors and the endogeneity of the choice of hospital. In public hospitals in Montevideo there is a fixed payment system, but in private hospitals this procedure has to be paid for separately.
Empirical evidence shows the probability of a Caesarean section increases with the age of the woman, the presence of eclampsy, pre-eclampsy, previous hypertension, previous Caesarean sections, multiple pregnancies and fetopelvic disproportion, and decreases for multiparous women and women in a public hospital. We conclude that the remuneration system explains an important part of this difference. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.
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Correspondence to Patricia Triunfo. This work was made possible due to the data provided by the Population Information Program of the Ministry of Public Health. Especially, we thank it director Dr. We also thank the invaluable comments and suggestions on medical risks of Caesarian sections, from Dr. Rafael Aguirre. Any remaining errors are our own and the usual disclaimer applies. Reprints and Permissions. Triunfo, P. Download citation. Received : 23 February Accepted : 31 December Published : 16 January Search SpringerLink Search.
Abstract Using data about births from the perinatal information system PIS registered in Montevideo Uruguay , we estimated the probability of having a Caesarian section delivery, controlled by risk factors and the endogeneity of the choice of hospital. Immediate online access to all issues from Subscription will auto renew annually. References Baum, C. You can also search for this author in PubMed Google Scholar. View author publications. Additional information This work was made possible due to the data provided by the Population Information Program of the Ministry of Public Health.
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The effect of physicians’ remuneration system on the Caesarean section rate: the Uruguayan case
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