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Abstract

This article describes how to monitor the quality of care for women during pregnancy and childbirth for postpartum haemorrhage, i.e., evaluate the clinical and cost-effectiveness of care, standard requirements, and conduct surveys, patient reviews and prioritize complaints and appeals. . feedback on patient satisfaction monitoring.

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postpartum hemorrhage observation medical care professional development improving the quality of medical services

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Alimdjanovich, J. R., & Ibragimovich, A. K. (2021). Organization of Monitoring of the Quality of Services Provided for the Prevention and Fight Against Postpartum Bleeding in Women. CENTRAL ASIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES, 2(6), 14-21. https://doi.org/10.47494/cajmns.v2i6.475

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