Acceso, seguridad e integralidad en registros de gestantes colombianas entre los años 2007 al 2009

Translated title of the contribution: Access, security and completeness in registers of Colombian pregnant women between 2007 and 2009.

Leonardo Briceno, Angela Maria Pinzon Rondon, Carol Jisseth Zárate Ardila

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Abstract

Objectives: To explore some of the indicators that shape the quality of prenatal care in the region.
a sample of records of Colombian pregnant women, obtained from secondary sources. Compare
contributory (rc) and subsidised (rs) membership schemes in terms of access, safety and security.
according to the standard for Colombia, between 2007 and 2009. Materials and methods: Study
cross-sectional observational descriptive, using the sufficiency study databases.
of the Ministry of Health and Social Protection (msps), the Individual Benefit Register
(rips) and the vital records of the National Department of Statistics (dane). It
We calculated descriptive measures and compared results between rc and rs. Results: There were
statistically significant differences in care received between rc pregnant women and rc pregnant women.
at least one prenatal check-up, 74.4% in rc and 48% in rs; childbirths.
institutional, 98.5% in rc and 97.5% in rs; cesarean delivery, 45.6% in rc and 33% in rs; and al
at least one prenatal control, three laboratories and institutional delivery, 45.6% in rc and 23.3% in rs.
Conclusions: The prenatal care received by the evaluated pregnant women did not comply in all cases.
the national standard that regulates the quality of prenatal care, particularly in the case of a woman.
pregnant women affiliated to rs. In the sample studied, there is still a high level of inequity in care.
that pregnant women receive between rc and rs in Colombia
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)355 - 367
Number of pages12
JournalRevista Ciencias de la Salud
Volume13
Issue number3
StatePublished - Jun 5 2015

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