2017
DOI: 10.1590/0102-311x00078816
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A cor da dor: iniquidades raciais na atenção pré-natal e ao parto no Brasil

Abstract: A cor da dor: iniquidades raciais na atenção pré-natal e ao parto no Brasil El color del dolor: inequidades raciales en la atención pre-natal y partos en Brasil

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“…This result corroborates previous reports in the literature of more adequate prenatal care among the White population. 21,22 This finding was demonstrated in a study conducted in the municipality of Niterói, in the state of Rio de Janeiro, where 68.8% of women of Black race/skin color and 74.8% of women with brown ethnicity/skin color had the appropriate number of consultations for gestational age, while 90.8% of women considered to be White achieved this level. 9 The inequalities we found reduced only slightly between 2000 and 2015, in particular the differences between women of White ethnicity/skin color and those of brown/Black ethnicity/skin color.…”
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confidence: 88%
“…This result corroborates previous reports in the literature of more adequate prenatal care among the White population. 21,22 This finding was demonstrated in a study conducted in the municipality of Niterói, in the state of Rio de Janeiro, where 68.8% of women of Black race/skin color and 74.8% of women with brown ethnicity/skin color had the appropriate number of consultations for gestational age, while 90.8% of women considered to be White achieved this level. 9 The inequalities we found reduced only slightly between 2000 and 2015, in particular the differences between women of White ethnicity/skin color and those of brown/Black ethnicity/skin color.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 88%
“…Dados das capitais brasileiras mostram taxa de mortalidade materna cerca sete vezes maior dentre mulheres negras em relação às brancas. 9,[21][22][23] O indicador Anos Potenciais de Vida Perdidos/APVP é uma interessante ferramenta para avaliar morte prematura e iniquidades em saúde. 24,25 Em São Paulo, um estudo sobre as causas de morte revela que, dentre a população negra, chamam atenção as causas evitáveis, cujo desfecho para óbito o autor considera "estranho, senão repugnante".…”
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“…No Quadro 13, é apresentada a AFE realizada com os itens 1, 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,17,18,19,20,21,22 Rosa, 2013), não utilizar anestesia, quando essa é necessária (Burgess et al, 2008;Kreling, Pimenta, Garanhani, 2014;Dickason et al, 2015;Leal et al, 2017), entre outros. O tratamento injusto motivado, aparentemente, pela raça/cor da pele, leva usuários e usuárias a buscarem assistência em outras unidades de atendimento à saúde, quando disponíveis.…”
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“…Porém, para algumas pessoas, isso pode acarretar em desistência do tratamento e, em casos mais extremos, pode até ser fatal (Batista, Escuder, Pereira, 2004;Martins, 2006a;Leal et al, 2017).…”
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