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Direct obstetric cases of hemorrhage, infection, hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and complications of unsafe abortion cause 80 per cent of maternal deaths. (...) Most of these complications can be predicted and prevented. All pregnant women are at risk and can develop complications at any time during pregnancy, delivery and after delivery. (...) In Canada, it is one in 11,000. I had a complicated second pregnancy that resulted in my spending six months in bed, and the last six weeks of the pregnancy in hospital.
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Score: 688857.5 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...91203_breakfast/en/index3.html
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Simon BIKINDI (ICTR-01-72) Born Education Career 28 September 1954, Revere Commune, Rwanda Singer and composer of Music An official in the Ministry of Youth and Association Movements Indictment Initial indictment: 5 July 2001, Amended Indictment: 22 October 2003, Second amended Indictment: 15 June 2005 Arrested 12 July 2001: Netherlands Transferred to ICTR 27 March 2002 Initial Appearance 4 April 2002: pleaded not guilty to all charges Trial Chamber Judgement 2 December 2008 Appeal Chamber Judgement 18 March 2010 Sentence Served Currently serving sentence CHARGES Count 1: Conspiracy to Commit Genocide Count 2: Genocide Count 3: Complicity in Genocide Count 4: Direct and Public Incitement to Commit Genocide Count 5: Murder as a Crime against Humanity Count 6: Persecution as a Crime against Humanity TRIAL Trial Commenced 18 September 2006 Composition of the Bench: Trial Chamber III Judge Inés Mónica Weinberg de Roca, Presiding Judge Florence Rita Arrey Judge Robert Fremr Judgement 2 December 2008 APPEAL Composition of the Bench: Appeals Chamber Judge Patrick Robinson, Presiding Judge Mehmet Güney Judge Fausto Pocar Judge Liu Daqun Judge Theodor Meron Appeals Judgement 18 March 2010 ICTR CASE PROFILE | THE PROSECUTOR V. (...) In this regard, the Chamber found that the Prosecution failed to establish Bikindi’s criminal responsibility for genocide. Count 3: Complicity in Genocide: Not Guilty The Chamber found Bikindi not guilty of complicity in genocide. The Chamber found that the Prosecution failed to establish Bikindi’s criminal responsibility for complicity in genocide. Count 4: Direct and Public Incitement to Commit Genocide: Guilty The Chamber found Bikindi guilty of direct and public incitement to commit genocide.
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Score: 687014.16 - https://unictr.irmct.org/sites...rmation/en/profile-bikindi.pdf
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Score: 687014.16 - https://www.who.int/maternal_c...adolescent/documents/impac/en/
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Children with severe acute malnutrition with complications were referred to the closest health facility for stabilization and treatment of underlying infection, while those with severe acute malnutrition without complications were treated with Ready to Use Therapeutic Foods (RUTF) at the community level. (...) Between May and September 2017, a total of 100 health facility staff were trained on the standard protocol on the treatment and management of SAM complications, often referred from the communities. While at the health facility, the sick children receive antibiotics treatment and RUTF, for a minimum period of two weeks. (...) They also handle referrals for children who suffer from SAM with complications, for IPF treatment before they are released for home care treatment with RUTF.
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Score: 687014.16 - https://www.unicef.org/gambia/...tment-malnutrition-saves-lives
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FGM can also result in complications in childbirth and increased risk of newborn deaths. (...) They must know how to recognize and tackle health complications of FGM ,” says Dr Flavia Bustreo, WHO Assistant Director General. “ Access to the right information and good training can help prevent new cases and ensure that the millions of women who have undergone FGM get the help they need .” (...) The recommendations focus on preventing and treating obstetric complications; treatment for depression and anxiety disorders; attention to female sexual health such as counselling, and the provision of information and education.
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Score: 686694.5 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...with-female-genital-mutilation
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According to UNICEF, the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) and WHO, up to 15 per cent of pregnant women in all population groups experience potentially fatal complications during birth – 20 million women each year. (...) GOAL 5: Improve maternal health QUICK FACTS Estimates for 2005 show that, every minute, a woman » dies of complications related to pregnancy and childbirth. This adds up to more than 500,000 women annually and 10 million over a generation. (...) But in Africa and South Asia, complications during pregnancy and childbirth remain the most frequent cause of death for women.
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Score: 686694.5 - https://www.un.org/millenniumg.../newsroom/Goal%205%20FINAL.pdf
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Diabetes can result in severe complications such as heart attacks, strokes, kidney failure, blindness and nerve damage in the feet that can lead to limb amputations. (...) These complications are the main causes of death and disability for people with diabetes. (...) As a result, she has been suffering from low vision, a common complication of diabetes. “When my blood glucose is stable, I can still see quite well.
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Score: 686534.7 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...burden-of-diabetes-in-viet-nam
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Without all these aids, I might live in isolation, with many secondary complications. Eventually I started enquiring about others – what happens to those living with similar challenges? (...) The most common complication is urinary tract infections with a high mortality rate in women, another avoidable complication is bed sores. (...) Another is deep vein thrombosis, and the list goes on. If secondary complications are prevailing, that means the health sector is failing.
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Score: 686534.7 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...y-at-the-world-health-assembly
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They’ve also been given access to trained specialists on the management of high risk pregnancies, and maternal and newborn complications. The specialists from participating hospitals were trained on the management of high risk pregnancies, and childbirth and newborn complications. (...) Currently the unit have up to date data on maternal and newborn deaths within 24 hours and severe complications within a week, develops annual reports and reviews such as confidential enquiries into maternal deaths “Why mothers died?”. (...) Poorer and less educated women and girls are more likely to have preconditions for complications such as high fertility, teen pregnancy, malnutrition, anemia, obesity or domestic violence which increases the risks for complications during pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum periods.
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Score: 686139.65 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/5290
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(http://www.who.int/reproductive- health/publications/pcpnc/index.html) @ Managing Complications in Pregnancy and Childbirth: A guide for midwives and doctors. (...) Secondary (1st referral) level of care includes back-up services for management of maternal and newborn complications, ideally provided in a hospital by a team of doctors, and midwives with laboratory, surgical and blood transfusion facilities. (...) First level maternal and newborn care BACK-UP care at secondary health care level Routine care (offered to all women and newborn babies) Complications care at first level (includes initial management of complication and referral if necessary).
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Score: 685861.33 - https://www.who.int/whr/2005/td_two_en.pdf
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