Forecasting burden of long-term disability from neonatal conditions: results from the Projahnmo I trial, Sylhet, Bangladesh.

  title={Forecasting burden of long-term disability from neonatal conditions: results from the Projahnmo I trial, Sylhet, Bangladesh.},
  author={Samuel D. Shillcutt and Amnesty E Lefevre and Anne Shee Cc Lee and Abdullah Hel Baqui and Robert E. Black and G L Darmstadt},
  journal={Health policy and planning},
  volume={28 4},
INTRODUCTION The burden of disease resulting from neonatal conditions is substantial in developing countries. From 2003 to 2005, the Projahnmo I programme delivered community-based interventions for maternal and newborn health in Sylhet, Bangladesh. This analysis quantifies burden of disability and incorporates non-fatal outcomes into cost-effectiveness analysis of interventions delivered in the Projahnmo I programme. METHODS A decision tree model was created to predict disability resulting… CONTINUE READING
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