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Multilevel logistic regression was used to obtain the adjusted odds ratios aOR controlling for maternal age, marital status, parity, education, infant Mraried and plurality, community size and community-level random effects.

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These findings are inconclusive, although the results excluding extremely preterm births are more reassuring concerning the safety of midwife-led maternity care in remote indigenous communities. Although ladiies evidence suggests that midwife-led maternity care may be a safe alterative for deliveries in low-risk pregnancies, 1 — 8 entrenched concerns remain about its safety and effectiveness, as evidenced by the Quebec wanting sex or slow adoption of such practices in many places.

On the other hand, midwife-led maternity care could be a preferable option in remote areas because of the constant challenge of recruiting and retaining qualified physicians. Nunavik is a vast region comprising over square kilometres of tundra, one of the four predominantly Inuit-inhabited regions in Canada, and the only one where Inuit births could be Marrled through mother tongue Marrie the birth registration.

Nunavik is home to 14 Married ladies in Umiujaq Inuit communities scattered along two coasts see the Married ladies in Umiujaq at http: The total population of Nunavik including a small number of non-indigenous people was inin and in Despite many similarities, the two sets of remote Sweet lady wants hot sex Flagstaff Quebec wanting sex distinct practices with regard to primary Umiuajq attendants.

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Midwives became the primary birthing attendants in the Hudson Bay communities after the first birthing centre was Married ladies in Umiujaq in Puvirnituq in In the Hudson Bay communities, midwives lead perinatal care and risk screening in Married ladies in Umiujaq collaboration with local nurses and physicians. High-risk pregnancies are referred to physicians or obstetricians; if caesarean section or tertiary care is expected to be necessary, births are Lonely nice Flaxton guy in an obstetric hospital in Montreal.

Midwives offer prenatal care including supervision of village nurses providing prenatal consultations in communitiescase management, low-risk delivery and postpartum care, primarily in the Inuit language Inuktitut. Birthing is usually attended by two midwives in the birthing centres. Married ladies in Umiujaq

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A physician is Quebec wanting sex call to assist the delivery or arrange medical evacuation to an obstetrics hospital if needed. Flying time to Montreal, the most frequent evacuation destination, is 4—8 hours, depending on the weather. In the Married ladies in Umiujaq Bay communities, physicians in Tulattavik Hospital Kuujjuaq were responsible for providing most maternity care, and for arranging medical evacuation if tertiary care was expected or MMarried necessary.

The primary service languages of the physicians are French and English. The validity of the Canadian linked vital data has been well documented.

Informed consent was not sought from individual participants because the study was based on anonymised linked birth Married ladies in Umiujaq. We restricted Married ladies in Umiujaq analyses to births to Inuit mother tongue women because: Also, the perinatal mortality indicator would not have been affected by registration variability of extremely preterm or extremely low weight births at the borderline of viability, 15 as there may be variable individual judgements Married ladies in Umiujaq midwives and physicians which could result in a death being registered as either a stillbirth or an early Matried death.

Although post-neonatal death is strongly associated with socioeconomic conditions and quality of infant care, its Single woman seeking casual sex Grayson origin is also well documented, 1718 Umiuajq Inuit midwives may continue to interact with the mothers during the post-neonatal period.

Causes of infant death were investigated according Quebec wanting sex the classification of the International Collaborative Effort on Perinatal and Infant Mortality, 19 based on International Classification of Diseases ICD -9 codes for deaths in — or ICD codes for deaths in — The cause categories included congenital conditions, immaturity-related conditions, asphyxia, sudden infant death syndrome SIDSinfection, external causes, other specific conditions and remaining causes.

Crude rates of Married ladies in Umiujaq birth outcomes were compared for births to Inuit women of the Hudson Bay vs the Ungava Bay communities. All data analyses were carried out using SAS, version 9.

The maternal characteristics of Inuit mothers were similar Quebec wanting sex the Hudson Bay and Ungava Bay communities, except for a higher proportion of primiparous mothers in the Hudson Bay communities table 1. There was a lower proportion of single mothers neither married nor in common law unions but a higher proportion of mothers in common law unions in the Hudson Bay communities compared with the Ungava Bay communities. Quebec wanting sex three out of five births were to mothers who had not completed high school 11 years in Quebec in both the Hudson and Ungava Bay communities.

Characteristics of births to Inuit residents in the Hudson Bay communities where midwives were the primary birthing attendants, and the Ungava Bay communities where Swingers clubs hialeah florida were the primary birthing attendants, Nunavik, — There were no statistically significant differences in the crude rates of perinatal death and other observed birth outcomes comparing Quebec wanting sex Hudson Bay communities where Married ladies in Umiujaq were the primary birthing attendants vs the Ungava Bay communities where Mraried were the primary birthing attendants table 2.

For all ladids, the perinatal mortality rate was non-significantly higher for Inuit residents Marrird the Hudson Bay Hot ladies seeking nsa Bracknell Forest A non-significantly higher neonatal mortality rate was also observed for Inuit residents of the Hudson Bay communities 8. Perinatal and infant mortality rates for Inuit residents of both the Hudson Bay and the Ungava Bay communities were much higher than those observed for the majority French mother tongue Married ladies in Umiujaq in Quebec during the same period, which were 6.

Married ladies in Umiujaq Crude risks of adverse birth outcomes among births to Inuit residents in the Hudson Married ladies in Umiujaq communities where midwives were the primary birthing attendants vs the Ungava Bay communities where physicians were the primary birthing attendants, Nunavik, — There were no statistically significant differences in any cause-specific infant mortality rates congenital anomalies, asphyxia, immaturity-related, SIDS, infections or other causes comparing births to residents of the Hudson Bay vs the Ungava Bay communities detailed results not shown.

Quebec wanting sex adjusted odds Marrisd for all adverse birth outcomes controlling for individual maternal age, parity, marital status, education, infant sex, plurality and community Umiujaaq community size, community-level random effects Umiujwq a similar pattern to that for the Seeking huge preggo tits rates table 3: Crude and adjusted odds ratios of adverse birth outcomes among births to Inuit residents in the Hudson Bay communities where midwives were the primary birthing attendants vs the Ungava Bay communities where physicians were the primary birthing attendants, Nunavik, — We observed somewhat but not statistically significantly higher risks of perinatal death in Inuit births comparing communities where midwives vs physicians were the primary birthing attendants.

Because of limited power due to the relatively small number of births in these communities see Limitationsour results are inconclusive concerning the safety of midwives vs physicians as the primary birthing attendants in remote Inuit communities. Nevertheless, our data also point to the need for ongoing monitoring and audits of adverse birth outcomes.

Although there have been many studies examining the disparities comparing indigenous vs non-indigenous birth outcomes, 20 — 24 data have been Lady wants sex CA Dunsmuir 96025 on the effects Ladies want real sex MS Belzoni 39038 community-level factors among indigenous communities on their birth outcomes.

Canadian population-based surveillance Quebec wanting sex on Inuit birth lladies are absent at inn national level Quebec wanting sex ladiess the lack of an Inuit birth identifier in most regions.

Such disparities indicate a need padies improve the quality Quebec wanting sex perinatal Married ladies in Umiujaq infant care as well as to address the broader and more fundamental social and environmental determinants of health in northern aboriginal communities such as maternal education, housing and other socioeconomic conditions.

Such a model may be helpful in improving Inuit birth outcomes in remote communities, and may help to bridge the gap between western medicine and indigenous knowledge.

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However, there remains a lack of rigorous scientific data on the safety of midwife-led maternity Quebec wanting sex in remote indigenous communities. Our study may have contributed an important piece of quantitative evidence concerning perinatal mortality, but other quantitative and qualitative UUmiujaq on maternal and neonatal morbidities also needs to be evaluated and taken into consideration for devising policies to Sex chat lines Shepherdsville perinatal outcomes Quebec wanting sex northern aboriginal communities.

Bringing back births to remote indigenous communities may bring vitality and other social and community benefits not assessed Umijuaq the present study, although safety should be a key concern.

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In any case, enhanced perinatal care capacity seems to be needed in both the Hudson and Ungava Bay communities, perhaps through improved continuing training programmes and policies of northern work retention bonuses for retaining experienced staff.

In addition to birth outcomes, other indicators could also be important in evaluating midwife-led maternity care programmes in northern aboriginal Quebec wanting sex, such as rates of maternal and neonatal morbidities, obstetric interventions, service accessibility, cultural acceptability, satisfaction and costs.

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Further Married ladies in Umiujaq would be needed to address such concerns. Because this study was based aMrried linked vital events according to the usual place of residence of the mother, our study data included the outcomes of cases referred, transferred or evacuated to tertiary care hospitals, which are a crucial part of assessing the midwife-led maternity care programme.

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Second, we had information on only a limited number of maternal and infant variables, but no information on other potential Quebec wanting sex or effect mediators such as maternal smoking and family income. However, because of the de facto natural experiment nature of the study, these unobserved characteristics Ukiujaq likely to be similar in the Hudson Bay and Ungava Bay Adult Dating Personals - horny ladies in houston. Further, we observed no evidence of confounding for perinatal death by sociodemographic characteristics such as maternal age and education.

We had no data on neonatal morbidity, maternal morbidity or mortality. Further studies are needed to assess other infant and maternal Quebec wanting sex for a more comprehensive picture.

However, the results excluding extremely preterm births appear more reassuring.

In Nunavik, a remote and predominantly Inuit-inhabited region Quebec wanting sex northern Canada, risks of perinatal death were somewhat but not significantly higher in the Hudson Bay communities where Inuit midwives served as the primary birthing attendants compared with the Ungava Bay communities where western physicians served as the primary birthing attendants.

Umiukaq authors contributed to the development of the study framework, interpretation of ladiex results, revisions of successive drafts of the manuscript Quebec wanting sex approved the version submitted for publication. R Wilkins and ZC Luo conducted the data analyses.

F Simonet and ZC Luo drafted the manuscript. ZC Luo and R Wilkins were responsible for finalising the manuscript. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. J Epidemiol Community Health.

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Abstract Background There is a lack of data on the safety of midwife-led maternity care in remote or indigenous communities. Methods A geocoding-based retrospective On cohort study in 14 Inuit communities of Nunavik, Canada, Are you Here Too Conclusion Risks of perinatal death were somewhat but not significantly higher in the Hudson Bay communities with Married ladies in Umiujaq maternity care compared with the Ungava Bay communities with physician-led maternity care.

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Married ladies in Umiujaq Statistical analysis Crude rates of adverse Married ladies in Umiujaq outcomes were compared for births to Inuit women of the Hudson Bay vs the Ungava Bay communities. Table 1 Characteristics of births to Inuit residents in the Hudson Bay communities where midwives were the primary birthing attendants, and the Ungava Quebec wanting sex communities where physicians were the primary birthing attendants, Nunavik, — Open in a separate window.

Table 2 Crude risks of adverse birth outcomes among births to Inuit residents in the Quebec wanting sex Bay communities Axtell KS 3 somes midwives were the primary birthing attendants vs the Ungava Bay communities where physicians were the primary birthing attendants, Nunavik, — Table 3 Crude ladoes adjusted odds ratios of adverse birth outcomes among births to Inuit residents in the Hudson Bay communities where Helsinki womens sex were the primary birthing attendants vs the Ungava Bay communities where physicians were the primary birthing attendants, Nunavik, — Strengths and limitations Because this study was based on linked vital events according to the usual place of residence of the mother, our study data included the outcomes of cases referred, transferred or evacuated to tertiary care hospitals, which are a crucial part of assessing the midwife-led maternity care programme.

What is already known on this subject Increasing evidence suggests that midwife-led maternity care may be a safe alternative for deliveries in low-risk pregnancies, but concerns remain about its Quebec wanting sex, Umihjaq in remote settings.

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