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Maternal mortality reduction to global emergency health

An undue amount of morbidity and mortality globally is due to the lack of systematic and directed implementation of resources toward development of emergency care systems. The three-delay model of understanding maternal morbidity and mortality offers a number of transferable lessons which should be considered when designing further interventions for global emergency care systems.

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Bulletin of the World Health Organization
Volume / Volumen: 93
Number / Número: 6
First and last pages / Páginas inicial-final: 417-423
Year / Año: 2015
Month / Mes: june


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University of Maryland Department of Emergency Medicine, Baltimore, MD, United States


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Other articles written by the author Emilie Calvello
Otros artículos de Emilie Calvello

Calvello EJB, Tenner AG, Broccoli M, Skog A, Muck A, Tupesis J, Brysiewicz P, Sisay T, Wallis L, Reynolds T. Operationalizing Emergency Care Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa: Consensus-based recommendations for health care facilities. Emergency Medicine Journal 0:1-8, 2015. doi:10.1136/emermed-2015-204994.
Calvello EJB. Dawn of the new era - emergency care integration into African health systems. Invited editorial. African Journal of Emergency Medicine 2015.
Papali A, McCurdy M, Calvello EJB. A "3 Delays" Model for severe sepsis in resource limited countries. Journal of Critical Care, 2015. doi:10.1016/j.jcrc.2015.04.003.
Calvello EJB, Broccoli M, Risko N, Theodosis C, Totten V, Radeos M, Seidenberg P, Wallis L. Emergency Care and Health Systems: Consensus-Based Recommendations and Future Research Priorities. Academic Emergency Medicine 20(12):1278-1288, 2013.
Hirshon JM, Risko N, Calvello EJB, Stewart de Ramirez S, Narayan M, Theodosis C, O'Neill J. Health Systems and Services: the role for acute care. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 91(5):386-388, 2013.




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2016, december 17
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Emergentology
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Public Health
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Health Care Management
Administración Hospitalaria

Gynaecology and Obstetrics
Obstetricia y Ginecología

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Maternal mortality reduction to global emergency health


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Emilie Calvello1

1 Dr., University Of Maryland Department Of Emergency Medicine, Baltimore, EE.UU., Assistant Professor


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