Global Surgery 2030: evidence and solutions for achieving health, welfare, and economic development

@article{Meara2015GlobalS2,
  title={Global Surgery 2030: evidence and solutions for achieving health, welfare, and economic development},
  author={J. Meara and A. Leather and L. Hagander and B. Alkire and Nivaldo Alonso and E. Ameh and S. Bickler and L. Conteh and A. Dare and J. Davies and Eunice D{\'e}rivois M{\'e}risier and S. el-Halabi and P. Farmer and A. Gawande and R. Gillies and S. Greenberg and C. Grimes and R. Gruen and E. Ismail and T. B. Kamara and C. Lavy and G. Lundeg and N. Mkandawire and Nakul P. Raykar and J. Riesel and E. Rodas and John Rose and N. Roy and M. Shrime and R. Sullivan and S. Verguet and David A. K. Watters and T. Weiser and I. Wilson and G. Yamey and Winnie Yip},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2015},
  volume={386},
  pages={569-624}
}
Remarkable gains have been made in global health in the past 25 years, but progress has not been uniform. Mortality and morbidity from common conditions needing surgery have grown in the world’s poorest regions, both in real terms and relative to other health gains. At the same time, development of safe, essential, life-saving surgical and anesthesia care in low- and middleincome countries (LMICs) has stagnated or regressed. In the absence of surgical care, case-fatality rates are high for… Expand

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