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>Revistas >Salud Pública de México >Año 2011, No. 2


Kamal M, Islam A
Prevalencia y factores socioeconómicos asociados a embarazos no deseados en mujeres de áreas rurales de Bangladesh
salud publica mex 2011; 53 (2)

Idioma: Inglés
Referencias bibliográficas: 30
Paginas: 108-115
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RESUMEN

Objetivo. Este artículo evalúa la prevalencia y los factores socioeconómicos asociados a embarazos no deseados en mujeres de áreas rurales de Bangladesh. Material y métodos. Para este estudio empleamos la Encuesta Demográfica y de Salud de Bangladesh de 2007. Para el análisis de los datos se usó la ji cuadrada y regresión logística. Resultados. Treinta por ciento de los embarazos más recientes no fueron planificados. Los análisis bivariados y multivariados confirmaron que la edad, el usar alguna vez anticonceptivos, la religión y el índice de riqueza fueron determinantes importantes de los embarazos no deseados. El orden de la gestación fue el factor único más determinante de tener un embarazo no deseado. Las mujeres con cuatro o más embarazos tuvieron mayor riesgo (RM=4.31, IC 95%=4.31-6.56) de embarazos no deseados que aquellas que estuvieron gestando por primera vez. Conclusión. Los embarazos no deseados son comunes en áreas rurales de Bangladesh. Para evitar embarazos no deseados deberían ser implementados programas de intervención enfocados en servicios de salud reproductiva y se debería incrementar el conocimiento sobre el uso de métodos modernos de anticoncepción.


Palabras clave: regresión logística, rural, embarazos no deseados, mujeres, Bangladesh.


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