Maternal mortality has always been an indicator of health status of a country. Though MMR has decreased in India , it has still not achieved target required by MDG 2015.1 Near miss is a serious adverse event that leads to morbidity in the mother, but from which she survives. This term has the advantage over maternal death of drawing attention to surviving women’s reproductive health and lives and is equally applicable in developing as well as developed countries.
Pumma Mehak, Kaur Amrit Pal, Chatrath Veena (2018); Evaluation of Maternal Near Miss Cases at a Tertiary Care Hospital at Amritsar;
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