International Journal of Women’s Health – Fundamental discrepancies in abortion estimates and abortion-related mortality: A reevaluation of recent studies in Mexico with special reference to the International Classification of Diseases

“Currently, approximately 98% of maternal deaths in Mexico are related to causes other than induced abortion, such as hemorrhage, hypertension and eclampsia, indirect causes, and other pathological conditions… Rather, maternal health in Mexico would greatly benefit from increasing access to emergency and specialized obstetric care.“

Koch, E., Aracena, P., Gatica, S., Bravo, M., Huerta-Zepeda, A., & Calhoun, B. C. (2012). International Journal of Women’s Health, 4, 613–623.

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