Web Base App on Maternal and Neonatal Outcome Among Pregnant Adolescents: A Systematic Review

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Jyoti Kiran Gaikwad, Vaishali Taksande


Adolescent pregnancies are a global problem occurring in high-, middle-, and low-income countries. Around the world, however, adolescent pregnancies are more likely to occur in marginalized communities, commonly driven by poverty and lack of education and employment opportunities.The presented review was developed in response to the publication of several studies addressing web applications on pregnancy and neonatal outcomes in adolescent mothers Online database search was performed in Pubmed, Cinhal, Medline and relevant studies were included with no language restriction. Following on from this, databases were accessed to enable a more in depth search of the literature using key words and Boolean operators to generate articles relevant to the topic. These articles were filtered using an inclusion /exclusion criteria in order to refine the results to a manageable level or eight articles. These eight articles were analyzed and the results reported that web applications have mixed results. Few showed good results where other didn’t displayed significant results, the study concluded that along with developing treatments for teenagers, it's critical to solve their knowledge gaps in e-Health literacy so they can appropriately obtain and assess health information. To confirm the effectiveness of these unconventional approaches, bigger age- and culturally-appropriate RCTs are required

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