Maternal mortality in the Netherlands halved in recent years, finds researcher

The number of women in the Netherlands dying before, during or after childbirth has halved in recent years. This was discovered by Athanasios Kallianidis, who is training as a gynecologist, during his Ph.D. research at the Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC). He also found that a cesarean section has a higher risk of death than a vaginal delivery.

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