Factors Affecting Repair Outcome of Obstetric Fistula - in Bahir Dar Fistula Center, Northwest Ethiopia

by Abitew, Dereje Birhanu
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Abitew, Dereje Birhanu Factors Affecting Repair Outcome of Obstetric Fistula - in Bahir Dar Fistula Center, Northwest Ethiopia
Abitew, Dereje Birhanu - Factors Affecting Repair Outcome of Obstetric Fistula - in Bahir Dar Fistula Center, Northwest Ethiopia

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Description

The problem of Obstetric fistula (OF) remains a ravaging scourge in developing countries, of which Ethiopia is visibly prominent. The repulsive smell and the inability to engage in sexual activity and bear children made to suffer both from physical and social consequences. In spite of all these, OF is not acknowledged as a critical issue in developing world including Ethiopia where cases were prevalent but given less attention. Only one health institution is available in Amhara region (the second largest region in Ethiopia), who is providing obstetric fistula repair service. A study is needed to know the common type of common type of Obstetric fistula, to assess the surgical repair outcomes, and the factors affecting repair outcome of obstetric fistula in Amhara region.

Contributors

Author:
Abitew, Dereje Birhanu
Taye, Belaynew Wassie

Further information

Biography Artist:
I am Lecturer working in Bhair Dar University, College of Medicine and Health sciences, Department of Public health. Before I join Bahir Dar University, I was working as clinical nurse,& nurse anesthetist in different health institutions. I was also working at Amhara National Regional Health Bureau in the Public health Emergency management.
Language:
English
Number of Pages:
56
Media Type:
Softcover
Publisher:
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

Master Data

Product Type:
Paperback book
Release date:
November 27, 2012
Package Dimensions:
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.003 m; 0.132 kg
GTIN:
09783659289637
DUIN:
LO86MBLDN9N
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