Among the studies selected, the article "Cross-cultural adaptation of the Zero mothers die (ZMD App) in Brazil: contributing to digital health with the approach on care centred for e-pregnant woman" . by Silva AB, de Assumpção AMB, de Andrade Filha IG, Regadas CT, de Castro MC, Silva CRA, et al. in Rev Bras Saúde Materno Infant. 2019;19:751–62, is cited 3 times :
"Regarding remote initiatives in fetal medicine, studies that described telemedicine implementation usually included mobile phone applications and web services as basic technologies for remote prenatal care"
" The majority of the studies described an improvement in information access to pregnant women"
"Some benefits observed also included the possibility to interact online with physicians and to create conferences among health professionals".
With a new MOU signed recently, Zero Mothers Die pursues its partnership with Fiocruz Foundation and Dr Angelica Baptista Silva for the next five years in Brazil!
See her presentation by 72 Dragons Health