Excellent can be the enemy of good: the case of diarrhoea management

@article{Sanders2013ExcellentCB,
  title={Excellent can be the enemy of good: the case of diarrhoea management},
  author={David Sanders and Tanya Doherty and John B. Mason and Hoosen Mohamed Coovadia and Anthony Costello},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2013},
  volume={382},
  pages={307-308}
}
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Treating diarrhoeal disease in children under five: the global picture
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It is argued that to ensure smooth supply and equitable distribution of ORS and zinc, adequate financing, relevant policy changes, strong public, private and non-government organisation (NGO) collaboration, local manufacturing of pharmaceuticals, mass media awareness and campaigning are necessary for successful treatment scale-up.
A Half Century of Oral Rehydration Therapy in Childhood Gastroenteritis: Toward Increasing Uptake and Improving Coverage
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A multipronged approach focusing on the manufacture, supply, training, and behavioral change is essential to ensure that ORS is used in all epidemic diarrhea cases globally, especially in the under-five population.

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