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cost-effectiveness analysis of ante-natal care

J. J. Artells Herrero

cost-effectiveness analysis of ante-natal care

by J. J. Artells Herrero

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Published by Health Economics Research Unit, University of Aberdeen in Aberdeen .
Written in English


Edition Notes

On cover - Departments of Community Medicineand Political Economy.

Statementby J.J. Artells Herrero, I.D. Fordyce and G.H. Mooney.
SeriesDiscussion paper / University of Aberdeen. Health Economics Research Unit -- no.09/82
ContributionsFordyce, I. D., Mooney, Gavin, 1943-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13794439M

  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:

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This threshold for cost-effectiveness is much less than the absolute difference of suggested in the published meta-analysis, and also less than (the absolute difference between the upper 95% confidence limit reported in the meta-analysis for the major congenital malformation rate with preconception care and advice (worst case) and.

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.

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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Epidemiological methods. Measurement of health and disease. Health policies. Epidemiolgical. Introduction. Tobacco smoking during pregnancy remains a major global public health concern estimated to cost £ million annually in the United Kingdom 1 and US$ million in the United States; 2 the prevalence varies from 39% in Spain 3 to 23% in Canada 4 and 12–14% in the United Kingdom, United States, Australia and Germany Many mothers Author: Matthew Jones, Murray Smith, Sarah Lewis, Steve Parrott, Tim Coleman.

Changing our cost-effectiveness analyses to use "standard" moral weights rather than staff values would not substantially change the estimated relative cost-effectiveness of our current top charities (which mainly focus on averting children's deaths and increasing adult income and consumption), though it could make a large difference to our.

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This care is provided in a variety of public and private settings, and is supported by service capability frameworks, workforce, funding, information and data, and technological infrastructure. Maternal mortality in India is the maternal death of a woman in India during pregnancy or after pregnancy, including post-abortion or post-birth periods.

Different countries and cultures have different rates and causes for maternal death. Within India, there is a marked variation in healthcare access between regions and in socioeconomic factors, accordingly, there is also.

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In this study, parents seeking help at a children’s mental health center for managing their 3- to 8pyear-old children’s behaviors were randomly assigned to one of three conditions: Webster-Stratton’s Parents and Children Series (PACS) parenting groups.

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Methods: This study uses a standardized methodology, as part of a larger comparative study, to collect cost data and cost-effectiveness estimates from a large programme providing ITNs at the community level and ante-natal care facilities in Eritrea eritrea Subject Category: Geographic Entities see more details.

This is a unique model of ITN Cited by: Page [unnumbered] The Enhancing Care Initiative Improving HIV and AIDS Care in Resource-Scarce Settings JULY "Ante-natal care" for those who had children in and received ante-natal care, and "Refuse" for those who chose not to participate. Analysis of the Costs and Cost-Effectiveness of Scaling Up HIV Care in Five Sites in Senegal.

"Incremental cost-effectiveness ratios (ICERs): The silence of the lambda," Social Science & Medicine, Elsevier, vol. 62(9), pagesMay. Jeremy Hurst, " The impact of health economics on health policy in England, and the impact of health policy on health economics, –," Health Economics, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol Cited by: 2.

Major health indicators. The life expectancy at birth has increased from years in – to years in – For the same period, the life expectancy for females is years and years for males.

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.

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