Pregnant women face conflicts with more complicated complications at night, weekends and holidays.
The research published in the Risk Analysis magazine shows that the complicated complication rule for the distribution of odd odds is 21.3 percent higher on daytime night.
Mom in a week of motherhood, a baby, 8.6 points more likely to be more complex than a mother on a weekend, and a 29% increase in holiday increases by 29% during holidays.
Obstetric support in hospital settings is a team effort and teamwork has been effective in preventing 75 percent prevention prevention, said Sammy Zahran, a United States Associate Professor at Colorado State University.
"Clinical quality, depending on the characteristics of the patient and the volume separated independently from the hospital settings, we will see the variations in the risk of a mother's preventative expectation," said Zahran.
Hospitals may reduce the risk of their maternal care by offering more care to medical professionals with more professional healthcare, suggested researchers.