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Care for Adolescent Mothers – Samoa Teenage Pregnancies Dr Cecilia Bartley O&G Registrar TTMH Samoa
Total Teenage Deliveries from 2010 - 2012 Year Total Teenage Pregnancies Total Deliveries Percentage of Teenage Pregnancies 201034136239.4 2011432401210.8 2012420415810.1 2013166
Age at Delivery AgeTotalPercentage 1911728 187217 4210 ≤163311
Number of Pregnancies at Delivery GravidityTotalPercentage G121752 G24417 G331
Place of Residence AddressTotalPercentage Rural16138 Urban10325
Marital Status at Delivery Marital StatusTotalPercentage Married5012 Single15938 In a Relationship5513
Delivery Outcome at Birth Delivery OutcomeTotalPercentage NVD25060 Caesarean Section143
NVD – 2/250 assisted deliveries LSCS – 1/14 El.LSCS (twin Pregnancy) – 13/14 Em.LSCS (10 fetal distress; 1 Poor progress; 1 Severe PET; 1 RHD)
Delivery Outcomes Live Births: – 262 IUD: – 4 Fresh Stillborn – 1
Estimated Birth weight at Delivery Birth weightTotalPercentage ≤ 2500184 >2500 ≤30005513 >3000 ≤350012129 >3500 ≤40005914 >4000123 unknown20.5
ANC Booking Status at Delivery ANC BookingTotalPercentage Booked23556 Unbooked287 unknown10.2
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