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Surgically avertable burden of digestive diseases at first-level hospitals in low and middle-income regions

To quantify the burden of digestive diseases avertable by surgical care at first-level hospitals in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). We examined 4 digestive diseases from the Global Burden of Disease (GBD) 2010 Study: Appendicitis, intestinal obstruction, inguinal and femoral hernia, and ga... Full description

Journal Title: Surgery March 2015, Vol.157(3), pp.411-419
Main Author: Higashi, Hideki
Other Authors: Barendregt, Jan J , Kassebaum, Nicholas J , Weiser, Thomas G , Bickler, Stephen W , Vos, Theo
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title: Surgically avertable burden of digestive diseases at first-level hospitals in low and middle-income regions
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  • Higashi, Hideki
  • Barendregt, Jan J
  • Kassebaum, Nicholas J
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  • Bickler, Stephen W
  • Vos, Theo
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description: To quantify the burden of digestive diseases avertable by surgical care at first-level hospitals in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). We examined 4 digestive diseases from the Global Burden of Disease (GBD) 2010 Study: Appendicitis, intestinal obstruction, inguinal and femoral hernia, and gallbladder and bile duct disease. Using demographic and epidemiologic data from the GBD 2010 Study, we calculated the potential decrease in burden of digestive diseases if quality surgical services were available universally and accessible at first-level hospitals. The lowest case fatality rates for each age and sex grouping from all GBD regions were assumed to reflect the best possible state of full surgical coverage and treatment. These best scenario rates were applied to the GBD 2010 results from all LMIC regions to estimate surgically avertable burden. Overall, 4.8 million disability-adjusted life-years (DALYs) or 65% of burden related to the...
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To quantify the burden of digestive diseases avertable by surgical care at first-level hospitals in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).

We examined 4 digestive diseases from the Global Burden of Disease (GBD) 2010 Study: Appendicitis, intestinal obstruction, inguinal and femoral hernia, and gallbladder and bile duct disease. Using demographic and epidemiologic data from the GBD 2010 Study, we calculated the potential decrease in burden of digestive diseases if quality surgical services were available universally and accessible at first-level hospitals. The lowest case fatality rates for each age and sex grouping from all GBD regions were assumed to reflect the best possible state of full surgical coverage and treatment. These best scenario rates were applied to the GBD 2010 results from all LMIC regions to estimate surgically avertable burden.

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