Publish Date: December 2016
Author: Isabelle Feldhaus, Amnesty E. LeFevre, Chandra Rai, Jona Bhattarai, Deirdre Russo, Barbara Rawlins, Pushpa Chaudhary and Kusum Thapa
Published in Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation, this article presents findings from a cost-effectiveness analysis of a pilot project, which provided calcium supplementation through the public sector to pregnant women during antenatal care for PE/E prevention as compared to existing PE/E management in Nepal.
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Optimizing treatment for the prevention of pre-eclampsia/eclampsia in Nepal: is calcium supplementation during pregnancy cost-effective? (197 downloads)