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Re: DHS-8-PGSSC-Maternal_Mortality-Template_and_POMR-REVISED_Template [message #17136 is a reply to message #16880] Fri, 15 March 2019 14:52 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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perioperative and maternal surgical mortality would provide a new unique marker of surgical capacity and quality of care. Understanding the differences in operative mortality in different countries provides more insight than just surgical capacity, but also can be an indicator of infrastructure, healthcare access, and healthcare quality. This would be an important step in addressing the burden of noncommunicable disease which is costly for low and middle income countries from both an economic and health outcomes standpoint. There are no currently useful surrogates to obtain this data, so addition to the DHS survey would provide invaluable support towards global health research and a better understanding of noncommunicable diseases.
 
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