If figures and statistics hold importance then let them depict a fair picture of benefits that can be attained with the use of contraceptives. As many as 272,000 maternal deaths can be avoided with the use of contraceptives.
Conclusions came from a research, which was being taken out by a group of researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Lead author of the study Saifuddin Ahmed said that additional 30% maternal deaths can be saved from the usage of contraceptives.
"Our findings reinforce the need to accelerate access to contraception in countries with a low prevalence of contraceptive use where gains in maternal mortality prevention could be greatest", further affirmed Saifuddin.
In order to reach at the above given conclusion, they used the data from the World Health Organization (WHO). The extracted data helped them to predict maternal mortality rate in 172 countries. Women, who were assessed for the study, were aged between 15 and 49 years.
After assessing all the factors, it was concluded that there is an urgent need to popularize the concept of contraception, so that women could have a planned family. Children should be out of choice and not as per the condition.
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