A District-based audit of the causes and circumstances of maternal deaths in South Kalimantan, Indonesia / Gunawan Supratikto ... [et al.]
Other TitlesAudit au niveau du district sur les causes et les circonstances des décès maternels dans le Kalimantan du Sud (Indonésie) : résumé
Auditoría distrital de las causas y circumstancias de las defunciones maternas en el Kalimantán meridional (Indonesia) : resumen
Supratikto, Gunawan, Wirth, Meg E, Achadi, Endang, Cohen, Surekha & Ronsmans, Carine. (2002). A District-based audit of the causes and circumstances of maternal deaths in South Kalimantan, Indonesia / Gunawan Supratikto ... [et al.]. Bulletin of the World Health Organization : the International Journal of Public Health 2002 ; 80(3) : 228-234 http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/71146
JournalBulletin of the World Health Organization : the International Journal of Public Health 2002 ; 80(3) : 228-234
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