|Source||Location and Type of Study||Intervention||Stillbirths/Perinatal Outcomes|
|Manungo et al. 1996 ||
Zimbabwe. Rural hospital.|
Retrospective analysis of records. N = 1459 deliveries, of which N = 824 (57%) were conducted by nurse aides.
|Compared the impact of the nurse-aide-conducted deliveries (exposed) vs. those by the trained medical staff (unexposed) on perinatal mortality.||
SBR: 1/824 vs. 13/635 in the nurse aide vs. trained staff groups, respectively.|
PMR: 5/1000 vs. 57/1000 births in the exposed vs. non-exposed groups, respectively.