|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|maternal mortality rate definition geography||1.91||0.4||8707||40||44|
|maternal mortality rate definition geography||1.61||0.5||1038||39|
|what is a maternal mortality rate||0.34||0.9||8815||86|
|definition of maternal mortality||1.97||0.6||5004||77|
|maternal mortality rate wiki||0.4||0.7||4599||76|
|what is maternal mortality definition||1.37||0.8||6852||6|
|how is maternal mortality defined||0.6||0.7||996||38|
|what is maternal mortality||1.87||0.7||7811||98|
|maternal mortality rate map||1.76||0.8||87||84|
|meaning of maternal mortality||1.42||0.4||9658||31|
|what is meant by maternal mortality||1.53||0.2||3003||86|
|us maternal mortality rate||0.39||0.4||8976||6|
|maternal mortality rates||0.54||0.8||9715||39|
|2018 us maternal mortality rate||0.95||0.3||325||18|
|us maternal mortality rate compared to world||0.08||0.8||6677||12|
|maternal mortality rate by country||1.12||1||3865||95|
|maternal mortality rate by state||0.85||0.3||6281||79|
|maternal mortality rate definition||0.55||0.1||6573||93|
The risk of maternal mortality is highest for adolescent girls under 15 years old and complications in pregnancy and childbirth are higher among adolescent girls age 10-19 (compared to women aged 20-24) (2,3).What is the maternal mortality rate?
The United States has the highest maternal mortality rate of any developed country and the maternal mortality rate is higher than it has been in decades. Based on the most recent data from 2018 the maternal mortality rate in the U.S. is 17.4 deaths per 100,000 births.What causes maternal mortality?
Maternal mortality occurs as a result of complications during and following pregnancy and childbirth. According to WHO, some of these complications existed before and worsened during pregnancy. But most develop during a woman’s pregnancy and are preventable or treatable.How can maternal mortality be prevented?
WHO identifies two primary indicators for preventing maternal deaths: 1) Access to high-quality healthcare during pregnancy and childbirth as well as after childbirth; and 2) Access to contraceptives to prevent unplanned pregnancies ( though Christians would not support the use of abortifacients or the morning after pill ).