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The African Surgical OutcomeS-2 (ASOS-2) Trial Maternal Mortality Sub-study. A Mixed-methods Analysis of a Prospective Case-series Describing Factors Contributing to Maternal Mortality Associated With Caesarean Delivery in Africa

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Id: NCT04029207

Organisation Name: University of Cape Town

Overal Status: Enrolling by invitation

Start Date: May 6, 2019

Last Update: January 29, 2020

Lead Sponsor: University of Cape Town

Brief Summary: This sub-study is a mixed-methods analysis of a prospective case-series of maternal deaths within the African Surgical OutcomeS-2 trial cohort. The aims of the sub-study are i) to describe the contextual factors that contribute towards maternal deaths after caesarean delivery in Africa using a conceptual framework of "transport-treatment-training" and ii) to classify the maternal deaths in the ASOS-2 trial according to the WHO ICD-10 maternal mortality reporting standard. Data will be extracted from the ASOS-2 trial database. A sub-study case report form (CRF) and semi-structured telephonic interviews will be used to gather additional information from clinicians who were experienced a maternal death during the trial.

  • Maternal Mortality
  • Cesarean Section
  • Africa

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