Assessing health and economic outcomes of interventions to reduce pregnancy-related mortality in Nigeria

@inproceedings{Erim2012AssessingHA,
  title={Assessing health and economic outcomes of interventions to reduce pregnancy-related mortality in Nigeria},
  author={Daniel O Erim and Stephen Resch and Sue J. Goldie},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2012}
}
BackgroundWomen in Nigeria face some of the highest maternal mortality risks in the world. We explore the benefits and cost-effectiveness of individual and integrated packages of interventions to prevent pregnancy-related deaths.MethodsWe adapt a previously validated maternal mortality model to Nigeria. Model outcomes included clinical events, population measures, costs, and cost-effectiveness ratios. Separate models were adapted to Southwest and Northeast zones using survey-based data… CONTINUE READING
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