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Journal of The Korean Society of Maternal and Child Health 2016;20(3):189-195.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.21896/jksmch.2016.20.3.189    Published online September 30, 2016.
Analysis of Maternal Child Health Services in Korea to Promote the Health of the High Risk Newborn in Times of 70 Years after Liberation and Division
Woo Ryoung Lee
Department of Pediatrics, Soonchunhyang University Hospital, Soonchunhyang University School of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
광복 70년 분단 70년 고위험 신생아 건강 증진을 위한 모자보건 정책의 현황과 과제
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순천향대학교 의과대학 소아과학교실
Correspondence:  Woo Ryoung Lee,
Email: neolee@schmc.ac.kr
Abstract
Korea is one of the countries where the fertility rates are very low. Non-marriage and delayed marriage result in the high risk pregnancy. The high risk pregnancy increases the birth rate of the high risk newborn, causing the recent increase in the number of preterm infants. The high risk newborn should be treated in the neonatal intensive care unit. After discharge, the specific follow- up program should be continued until 2~3 years of age. The burden of the costs of high risk newborn plays a substantial role in the low fertility rate in Korea. The government should analyse the current maternal child health service system in the country. After a critical review, more specified support should be given to the family whose high risk newborn should be cared properly.
Key Words: newborn, health policy, South Korea
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