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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29499670/exclusive-breastfeeding-practice-during-first-six-months-of-an-infant-s-life-in-bangladesh-a-country-based-cross-sectional-study
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Murad Hossain, Ashraful Islam, Tunku Kamarul, Golam Hossain
BACKGROUND: Breastfeeding offers incredible health benefits to both child and mother. It is suggested by World Health Organization that an able mother should practice and maintain exclusive breastfeeding for first six months of her infant's life. The objective of this study was to determine the prevalence and factors associated with exclusive breastfeeding for first six months of an infant's life in Bangladesh. METHODS: Data was extracted from Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey (BDHS-2014)...
March 2, 2018: BMC Pediatrics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29423182/the-importance-of-skin-to-skin-contact-for-early-initiation-of-breastfeeding-in-nigeria-and-bangladesh
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Kavita Singh, Shane M Khan, Liliana Carvajal-Aguirre, Paul Brodish, Agbessi Amouzou, Allisyn Moran
Background: Skin-to-skin contact (SSC) between mother and newborn offers numerous protective effects, however it is an intervention that has been under-utilized. Our objectives are to understand which newborns in Bangladesh and Nigeria receive SSC and whether SSC is associated with the early initiation of breastfeeding. Methods: Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) data were used to study the characteristics of newborns receiving SSC for non-facility births in Nigeria (DHS 2013) and for both facility and non-facility births in Bangladesh (DHS 2014)...
December 2017: Journal of Global Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29378546/identifying-factors-influencing-contraceptive-use-in-bangladesh-evidence-from-bdhs-2014-data
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M B Hossain, Mhr Khan, F Ababneh, Jeh Shaw
BACKGROUND: Birth control is the conscious control of the birth rate by methods which temporarily prevent conception by interfering with the normal process of ovulation, fertilization, and implantation. High contraceptive prevalence rate is always expected for controlling births for those countries that are experiencing high population growth rate. The factors that influence contraceptive prevalence are also important to know for policy implication purposes in Bangladesh. This study aims to explore the socio-economic, demographic and others key factors that influence the use of contraception in Bangladesh...
January 30, 2018: BMC Public Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29206833/effects-of-women-s-groups-practising-participatory-learning-and-action-on-preventive-and-care-seeking-behaviours-to-reduce-neonatal-mortality-a-meta-analysis-of-cluster-randomised-trials
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Nadine Seward, Melissa Neuman, Tim Colbourn, David Osrin, Sonia Lewycka, Kishwar Azad, Anthony Costello, Sushmita Das, Edward Fottrell, Abdul Kuddus, Dharma Manandhar, Nirmala Nair, Bejoy Nambiar, Neena Shah More, Tambosi Phiri, Prasanta Tripathy, Audrey Prost
BACKGROUND: The World Health Organization recommends participatory learning and action (PLA) in women's groups to improve maternal and newborn health, particularly in rural settings with low access to health services. There have been calls to understand the pathways through which this community intervention may affect neonatal mortality. We examined the effect of women's groups on key antenatal, delivery, and postnatal behaviours in order to understand pathways to mortality reduction...
December 2017: PLoS Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29021370/integrating-nutrition-interventions-into-an-existing-maternal-neonatal-and-child-health-program-increased-maternal-dietary-diversity-micronutrient-intake-and-exclusive-breastfeeding-practices-in-bangladesh-results-of-a-cluster-randomized-program-evaluation
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RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Phuong Hong Nguyen, Sunny S Kim, Tina Sanghvi, Zeba Mahmud, Lan Mai Tran, Sadia Shabnam, Bachera Aktar, Raisul Haque, Kaosar Afsana, Edward A Frongillo, Marie T Ruel, Purnima Menon
Background: Maternal undernutrition is a major concern globally, contributing to poor birth outcomes. Limited evidence exists on delivering multiple interventions for maternal nutrition simultaneously. Alive & Thrive addressed this gap by integrating nutrition-focused interpersonal counseling, community mobilization, distribution of free micronutrient supplements, and weight-gain monitoring through an existing Maternal, Neonatal, and Child Health (MNCH) program in Bangladesh. Objectives: We evaluated the effect of providing nutrition-focused MNCH compared with standard MNCH (antenatal care with standard nutrition counseling) on coverage of nutrition interventions, maternal dietary diversity, micronutrient supplement intake, and early breastfeeding practices...
December 2017: Journal of Nutrition
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28712021/the-state-of-essential-newborn-care-by-delivery-location-in-bangladesh
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Eunsoo Timothy Kim, Kavita Singh
Introduction Essential newborn care (ENC) around the time of birth is critical in improving neonatal survival. There is currently a gap in our knowledge of the use of ENC by place of delivery in Bangladesh. This study assesses the provision of ENC and examines the odds of newborns receiving ENC by different levels of delivery care in Bangladesh. Methods Descriptive statistics and logistic regressions were performed on ENC practices from the 2011 Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey dataset. ENC practices included nonapplication of substances to the cord; application of antiseptic to the cord; drying newborn within 5 min; wrapping newborn within 5 min; delaying first bath until the first 72 h; and breastfeeding within 1 h...
November 2017: Maternal and Child Health Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28645278/the-impact-of-mobile-phone-based-messages-on-maternal-and-child-healthcare-behaviour-a-retrospective-cross-sectional-survey-in-bangladesh
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Mafruha Alam, Catherine D'Este, Cathy Banwell, Kamalini Lokuge
BACKGROUND: Mobile phones are gradually becoming an integral part of healthcare services worldwide. We assessed the association between Aponjon mobile phone based messaging services and practices regarding childbirth and care of mother and neonates in selected areas in Bangladesh. METHODS: In early 2014, 476 subscriber mothers whose last born child's age was between 3 and 18 months, were recruited to the study by Dnet from selected areas of Bangladesh. One group of mothers received the early warning messages from Aponjon during pregnancy (exposed; n = 210) while the other group of new mothers did not receive the messages during pregnancy as they had enrolled in the service after childbirth (non-exposed; n = 266)...
June 24, 2017: BMC Health Services Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28464867/a-community-based-cluster-randomised-controlled-trial-to-evaluate-the-effectiveness-of-different-bundles-of-nutrition-specific-interventions-in-improving-mean-length-for-age-z-score-among-children-at-24-months-of-age-in-rural-bangladesh-study-protocol
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RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Sk Masum Billah, Tarana E Ferdous, Mohd Anisul Karim, Michael J Dibley, Shahreen Raihana, Md Moinuddin, Nuzhat Choudhury, Tahmeed Ahmed, D M Emdadul Hoque, Purnima Menon, Shams El Arifeen
BACKGROUND: Prevalence of stunting among under-five children in Bangladesh is 36%, varying with geographic and socio-economic characteristics. Previously, research groups statistically modelled the effect of 10 individual nutrition-specific interventions targeting the critical first 1000 days of life from conception, on lives saved and costs incurred in countries with the highest burden of stunted children. However, primary research on the combined effects of these interventions is limited...
May 2, 2017: BMC Public Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28298543/a-nutrition-education-program-in-rural-bangladesh-was-associated-with-improved-feeding-practices-but-not-with-child-growth
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Aatekah Owais, Benjamin Schwartz, David G Kleinbaum, Parminder S Suchdev, Abu Syed Golam Faruque, Sumon K Das, Shahed Rahman, Aryeh D Stein
Background: Childhood undernutrition is a major public health problem in Bangladesh. Evaluating child nutrition programs is a priority. Objective: The objective of this study was to evaluate a community-based nutrition education program (implemented from 2011 to 2013) aimed at improving infant and young child feeding (IYCF) practices and growth in rural Bangladesh. Methods: A cohort-based evaluation was conducted that included 2400 women (1200 from Karimganj, the intervention subdistrict, and 1200 from Katiadi, the control subdistrict) enrolled at 28-31 wk gestation in 3 waves between January and October 2011...
May 2017: Journal of Nutrition
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27780198/impacts-on-breastfeeding-practices-of-at-scale-strategies-that-combine-intensive-interpersonal-counseling-mass-media-and-community-mobilization-results-of-cluster-randomized-program-evaluations-in-bangladesh-and-viet-nam
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RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Purnima Menon, Phuong Hong Nguyen, Kuntal Kumar Saha, Adiba Khaled, Andrew Kennedy, Lan Mai Tran, Tina Sanghvi, Nemat Hajeebhoy, Jean Baker, Silvia Alayon, Kaosar Afsana, Raisul Haque, Edward A Frongillo, Marie T Ruel, Rahul Rawat
BACKGROUND: Despite recommendations supporting optimal breastfeeding, the number of women practicing exclusive breastfeeding (EBF) remains low, and few interventions have demonstrated implementation and impact at scale. Alive & Thrive was implemented over a period of 6 y (2009-2014) and aimed to improve breastfeeding practices through intensified interpersonal counseling (IPC), mass media (MM), and community mobilization (CM) intervention components delivered at scale in the context of policy advocacy (PA) in Bangladesh and Viet Nam...
October 2016: PLoS Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27776161/minimum-acceptable-diet-at-9-months-but-not-exclusive-breastfeeding-at-3-months-or-timely-complementary-feeding-initiation-is-predictive-of-infant-growth-in-rural-bangladesh
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Aatekah Owais, Benjamin Schwartz, David G Kleinbaum, Parminder S Suchdev, A S G Faruque, Sumon K Das, Aryeh D Stein
The association between suboptimal infant feeding practices and growth faltering is well-established. However, most of this evidence comes from cross-sectional studies. To prospectively assess the association between suboptimal infant feeding practices and growth faltering, we interviewed pregnant women at 28-32 weeks' gestation and followed-up their offspring at postnatal months 3, 9, 16 and 24 months in rural Bangladesh. Using maternal recall over the past 24 hours, exclusive breastfeeding (EBF) status at 3 months, age at complementary feeding (CF) initiation, and receipt of minimum acceptable diet (MAD; as defined by WHO) at 9 months were assessed...
2016: PloS One
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27659772/effect-of-a-randomised-exclusive-breastfeeding-counselling-intervention-nested-into-the-minimat-prenatal-nutrition-trial-in-bangladesh
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RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Ashraful Islam Khan, Iqbal Kabir, Hanna Eneroth, Shams El Arifeen, Eva-Charlotte Ekström, Edward A Frongillo, Lars Åke Persson
AIM: It is unknown whether maternal malnutrition reduces the effect of counselling on exclusive breastfeeding. This study evaluated the effect of breastfeeding counselling on the duration of exclusive breastfeeding, and whether the timing of prenatal food and different micronutrient supplements further prolonged this duration. METHODS: Pregnant women in Matlab, Bangladesh, were randomised to receive daily food supplements of 600 kcal at nine weeks of gestation or at the standard 20 weeks...
January 2017: Acta Paediatrica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27583478/a-controlled-before-and-after-perspective-on-the-improving-maternal-neonatal-and-child-survival-program-in-rural-bangladesh-an-impact-analysis
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Mahfuzar Rahman, Fakir Md Yunus, Rasheduzzaman Shah, Fatema Tuz Jhohura, Sabuj Kanti Mistry, Tasmeen Quayyum, Bachera Aktar, Kaosar Afsana
OBJECTIVES: We evaluated the impact of the Improving Maternal, Neonatal, and Child Survival (IMNCS) project, which is being implemented by BRAC in rural communities in Bangladesh. METHODS: Four districts received program intervention i.e. trained community health workers to deliver essential maternal, neonatal, and child healthcare and nutrition services while two districts were treated as comparison group. A quasi-experimental study design (compared before-and-after) was undertaken...
2016: PloS One
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27390587/breastfeeding-and-infant-growth-outcomes-in-the-context-of-intensive-peer-counselling-support-in-two-communities-in-bangladesh
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Rukhsana Haider, Kuntal Kumar Saha
BACKGROUND: Exclusive breastfeeding and growth faltering during infancy remain challenges in Bangladesh. The Training & Assistance for Health & Nutrition Foundation has been working to address this gap through community-based peer counsellors since 2000. In this paper, we assessed the programme's progress, particularly with respect to early initiation of breastfeeding and exclusive breastfeeding for normal birth weight, as well as for low birth weight (LBW) infants. METHODS: The peer counselling programme is continuing in rural and urban areas of Bangladesh, but only data collected between January 2013 and June 2015 is presented in this descriptive study...
2016: International Breastfeeding Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26229688/risk-factors-for-premenopausal-breast-cancer-in-bangladesh
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Javaid Iqbal, Tahmina Ferdousy, Rahela Dipi, Reza Salim, Wei Wu, Steven A Narod, Joanne Kotsopoulos, Mohammad G Mostafa, Ophira Ginsburg
Background. The incidence of premenopausal breast cancer is rising throughout South Asia. Our objective was to determine the role of risk factors associated with Westernization for premenopausal breast cancer in Bangladesh. Methods. We conducted a matched case-control study between January 1, 2007, and December 31, 2010, at four hospitals in Bangladesh. Cases were premenopausal women diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. Controls were premenopausal women with no personal history of breast cancer. Logistic regression was used to calculate the odds ratios (OR) for breast cancer...
2015: International Journal of Breast Cancer
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25843490/improving-newborn-care-practices-through-home-visits-lessons-from-malawi-nepal-bangladesh-and-uganda
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Deborah Sitrin, Tanya Guenther, Peter Waiswa, Sarah Namutamba, Gertrude Namazzi, Srijana Sharma, K C Ashish, Sayed Rubayet, Subrata Bhadra, Reuben Ligowe, Emmanuel Chimbalanga, Elizabeth Sewell, Kate Kerber, Allisyn Moran
BACKGROUND: Nearly all newborn deaths occur in low- or middle-income countries. Many of these deaths could be prevented through promotion and provision of newborn care practices such as thermal care, early and exclusive breastfeeding, and hygienic cord care. Home visit programmes promoting these practices were piloted in Malawi, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Uganda. OBJECTIVE: This study assessed changes in selected newborn care practices over time in pilot programme areas in four countries and evaluated whether women who received home visits during pregnancy were more likely to report use of three key practices...
2015: Global Health Action
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25684682/bangladeshi-women-s-experiences-of-infant-feeding-in-the-london-borough-of-tower-hamlets
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Juliet Rayment, Christine McCourt, Lisa Vaughan, Janice Christie, Esther Trenchard-Mabere
This study examined the main factors that influence Bangladeshi women living in London's decisions to partially breastfeed their children, including the influence of older women within the community. Fifty-seven women of Bangladeshi origin living in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets took part in seven discussion groups between April and June 2013. Five groups were held with women of child-bearing age and two groups with older women in the community. A further eight younger women and three older women took part in one-on-one interviews...
July 2016: Maternal & Child Nutrition
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25639126/short-term-nutrition-education-reduces-low-birthweight-and-improves-pregnancy-outcomes-among-urban-poor-women-in-bangladesh
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RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Khurshid Jahan, S K Roy, Seema Mihrshahi, Nigar Sultana, Soofia Khatoon, Hema Roy, Laboni Rani Datta, Anjana Roy, Sania Jahan, Wajiha Khatun, Naimun Nahar, Jessica Steele
BACKGROUND: Maternal malnutrition and poor gestational weight gain are the most important causes of low birthweight and infant mortality in Bangladesh. OBJECTIVE: To assess the effect of short-term nutrition education on weight gain in the third trimester of pregnancy, birth outcomes, and breastfeeding. METHODS: Three hundred pregnant women participated in this randomized, controlled trial during a 3-month intervention period. The study was conducted in two antenatal clinics in urban Dhaka...
December 2014: Food and Nutrition Bulletin
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25471535/availability-of-arsenic-in-human-milk-in-women-and-its-correlation-with-arsenic-in-urine-of-breastfed-children-living-in-arsenic-contaminated-areas-in-bangladesh
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Md Rafiqul Islam, John Attia, Mohammad Alauddin, Mark McEvoy, Patrick McElduff, Christine Slater, Md Monirul Islam, Ayesha Akhter, Catherine d'Este, Roseanne Peel, Shahnaz Akter, Wayne Smith, Stephen Begg, Abul Hasnat Milton
BACKGROUND: Early life exposure to inorganic arsenic may be related to adverse health effects in later life. However, there are few data on postnatal arsenic exposure via human milk. In this study, we aimed to determine arsenic levels in human milk and the correlation between arsenic in human milk and arsenic in mothers and infants urine. METHODS: Between March 2011 and March 2012, this prospective study identified a total of 120 new mother-baby pairs from Kashiani (subdistrict), Bangladesh...
2014: Environmental Health: a Global Access Science Source
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25276538/operations-research-to-add-postpartum-family-planning-to-maternal-and-neonatal-health-to-improve-birth-spacing-in-sylhet-district-bangladesh
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Salahuddin Ahmed, Maureen Norton, Emma Williams, Saifuddin Ahmed, Rasheduzzaman Shah, Nazma Begum, Jaime Mungia, Amnesty Lefevre, Ahmed Al-Kabir, Peter J Winch, Catharine McKaig, Abdullah H Baqui
BACKGROUND: Short birth intervals are associated with increased risk of adverse maternal and neonatal health (MNH) outcomes. Improving postpartum contraceptive use is an important programmatic strategy to improve the health and well-being of women, newborns, and children. This article documents the intervention package and evaluation design of a study conducted in a rural district of Bangladesh to evaluate the effects of an integrated, community-based MNH and postpartum family planning program on contraceptive use and birth-interval lengths...
August 2013: Global Health, Science and Practice
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