Motorcycle ambulances for referral of obstetric emergencies in rural Malawi: Do they reduce delay and what do they cost?

@article{Hofman2008MotorcycleAF,
  title={Motorcycle ambulances for referral of obstetric emergencies in rural Malawi: Do they reduce delay and what do they cost?},
  author={J. Hofman and Chris Dzimadzi and K. Lungu and E. Ratsma and J. Hussein},
  journal={International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics},
  year={2008},
  volume={102}
}
To assess whether motorcycle ambulances placed at rural health centers are a more effective method of reducing referral delay for obstetric emergencies than a car ambulance at the district hospital, and to compare investment and operating costs with those of a 4 wheel drive car ambulance at the district hospital. 
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