2 edition of cost-effectiveness analysis of ante-natal care found in the catalog.
cost-effectiveness analysis of ante-natal care
J. J. Artells Herrero
1982 by Health Economics Research Unit, University of Aberdeen in Aberdeen .
Written in English
On cover - Departments of Community Medicineand Political Economy.
|Statement||by J.J. Artells Herrero, I.D. Fordyce and G.H. Mooney.|
|Series||Discussion paper / University of Aberdeen. Health Economics Research Unit -- no.09/82|
|Contributions||Fordyce, I. D., Mooney, Gavin, 1943-|
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The study concluded that using vouchers was a cost-effective approach to increasing access to maternal health care services particularly for the by: 6. Introduction Many maternity providers recommend that women with diabetes in pregnancy express and store breast milk in late pregnancy so breast milk is available after birth, given (1) infants of these women are at increased risk of hypoglycaemia in the first 24 h of life; and (2) the delay in lactogenesis II compared with women without diabetes that increases their Cited by: Maternal health, ante natal, intra natal, post natal care and family welfare services.
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Inthe life expectancy at birth is said to be years. These costs were derived from analysis of the costs of the pilot project and the review of market prices for the various services in the package (e.g., ante natal care, safe delivery, post natal care etc.) and take into account inflation, exchange rate fluctuations, and price trends of medical supplies in the country.
English maternity care policy has supported offering women choice of birth setting for over twenty years, but only 13% of women in England currently give birth in settings other than obstetric units (OUs).
It is unclear why uptake of non-OU settings for birth remains relatively low. This paper presents a synthesis of qualitative evidence which explores influences on women’s Cited by: Introduction At 6–8 weeks postnatally, two-thirds of women have a higher weight than before pregnancy,1 with postpartum weight retention contributing to poorer long-term health2,3 and failure to breastfeed.4,5 There is limited evidence for pregnancy-speciﬁc weight management interventions.6–8 A meta-analysis of individual participant data of diet andAuthor: Debra Bick Bick, Cath Taylor, Vanita Bhavnani, Andy Healey, Paul Seed, Sarah Roberts, Magdalena Zasa.
Public health interventions have received increased attention from policy makers, and there has been a corresponding increase in the number of economic evaluations within the domain of public health. However, methods to evaluate public health interventions are less well established than those for medical interventions.
Focusing on health as an outcome measure is likely to Cited by: The Sphere Minimum Standards for food security and nutrition are a practical expression of the right to adequate food in humanitarian contexts.
and to the availability, access to and use of food. Joint food security and nutrition assessments can increase cost-effectiveness and link nutrition to food security programming.
ante-natal care. search strategies 11 2 health economics/ 3 economic evaluation/ 4 cost benefit analysis/ 5 cost control/ 6 cost effectiveness analysis/ 7 cost minimization analysis/ 8 cost of illness/ 9 cost utility analysis/ 10 cost/ 11 health care cost/ 12 drug cost/ Smoking during pregnancy increases miscarriage and stillbirth, accounting for up to UK deaths annually, and pre-term birth and low birth weight leading to perinatal morbidity .A third of excess stillbirths and post-natal deaths associated with living in deprived areas are explained by smoking during pregnancy .In Scotland 70% of women have a baby , making Cited by: 1.
Introduction. Research on services for sickle cell disorder (SCD) or thalassaemia major documents a variety of problems; the consequences of which range from the denial of informed choice to avoidable suffering, as well as death (Darr, ; Anionwu, ; Midence and Elander, ; Ahmad and Atkin, a, Ahmad and Atkin, b).Provision for these conditions also Cited by: ANC - Ante-Natal Care ARI - Acute Respiratory Infection BoD/CE - Burden of Disease/ Cost-Effectiveness CDD - Control of Diarrhoeal Disease CO 2 - Carbon dioxide DFID - Department for International Development (of the UK) DHS - Demographic Health Survey DOTS - Directly Observed Treatment StrategyCited by: 4.
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42(4), Background Mobile health applications are complex interventions that essentially require changes to the behavior of health care professionals who will use them and changes to systems or processes in delivery of care.
Our aim has been to meet the technical needs of Health Extension Workers (HEWs) and midwives for maternal health using appropriate mobile technologies tools. A full cost effectiveness study for this intervention found an incremental cost-effectiveness ratio (ICER) of US$ per disability adjusted life years (DALY) averted compared with the status quo.
The study concluded that using vouchers was a cost-effective approach to increasing access to maternal health care services particularly for the by: 6.
The analysis of public primary care offers various possible explanations for this pattern, among which we want to underline three. First, the quality of care shows substantial scope for improvement, especially regarding the availability of drugs and the compliance with consultation guidelines and hygiene practices.
It commits to the dual elimination of mother-to-child transmission of both HIV and congenital syphilis (syphilis can result in miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal infections and death). As PMTCT is not % effective, elimination of HIV is defined as reducing the final HIV transmission rate to 5% or less among breastfeeding women and to 2% or.
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The incremental cost effectiveness ratio was used to select between scaling coverage of current interventions or the introduction of an additional intervention sPrevention, in the form of vector control, is highly cost effective and scale-up is prioritized in all scenarios. Malaria prevalence in women visiting ante-natal care.
Many interventions to improve maternal nutrition begin only once a women knows she is pregnant and seeks ante-natal care, thus missing the majority of the first trimester, when placentation and organogenesis occur.
in order to incorporate appropriate analyses of cost-effectiveness. Conclusions risk of sudden infant death syndrome: A Cited by: A key aspect of the care plan should be an individualised risk–benefit analysis around medication, 64 This plan should include the likelihood of relapse in pregnancy and post partum based on diagnosis, illness severity, and recency of acute episodes.
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It was prepared by Yann Derriennic, Hamid, Syed Abdul, Andrea Feigl, Mursaleena Islam, for the Health Finance and Governance Project. South Africa is following an international movement towards strengthening primary healthcare (PHC) services.
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1,2,3 In South Africa, strategies for improving PHC and district health systems are being explored. 4,5 The current national health insurance (NHI) Cited by:. The mean age of the respondents was 33 years ± 8. The result show that majority (%) of the respondents were aware of focussed ante natal care and their major source of information was lectures (%).
Majority of the respondents had good knowledge of FANC but claimed that focussed ante natal care was not practiced in their hospital. In high syphilis prevalence settings, the syphilis testing and treatment strategy for mothers and newborns must be tailored to balance the risk of over treatment against the risk of missing infants at high-risk for congenital syphilis.
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How to prepare for safe delivery—transport planning, skilled attendant at delivery (5 cleans), seek institutional delivery services in case of high risk/emergency case.