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A cost effectiveness analysis of salt reduction policies to reduce coronary heart disease in four Eastern Mediterranean countries.

BACKGROUNDCoronary Heart Disease (CHD) is rising in middle income countries. Population based strategies to reduce specific CHD risk factors have an important role to play in reducing overall CHD mortality. Reducing dietary salt consumption is a potentially cost-effective way to reduce CHD events. T... Full description

Journal Title: PloS one 2014, Vol.9(1), p.e84445
Main Author: Mason, Helen
Other Authors: Shoaibi, Azza , Ghandour, Rula , O'Flaherty, Martin , Capewell, Simon , Khatib, Rana , Jabr, Samer , Unal, Belgin , Sözmen, Kaan , Arfa, Chokri , Aissi, Wafa , Ben Romdhane, Habiba , Fouad, Fouad , Al-Ali, Radwan , Husseini, Abdullatif , Mason, Helen
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title: A cost effectiveness analysis of salt reduction policies to reduce coronary heart disease in four Eastern Mediterranean countries.
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  • Mason, Helen
  • Shoaibi, Azza
  • Ghandour, Rula
  • O'Flaherty, Martin
  • Capewell, Simon
  • Khatib, Rana
  • Jabr, Samer
  • Unal, Belgin
  • Sözmen, Kaan
  • Arfa, Chokri
  • Aissi, Wafa
  • Ben Romdhane, Habiba
  • Fouad, Fouad
  • Al-Ali, Radwan
  • Husseini, Abdullatif
  • Mason, Helen
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  • Coronary Disease–Economics
  • Cost-Benefit Analysis–Prevention & Control
  • Health Promotion–Economics
  • Humans–Legislation & Jurisprudence
  • Middle East–Epidemiology
  • Quality-Adjusted Life Years–Adverse Effects
  • Sodium Chloride, Dietary–Adverse Effects
  • Syria–Adverse Effects
  • Tunisia–Adverse Effects
  • Turkey–Adverse Effects
  • Sodium Chloride, Dietary
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description: BACKGROUNDCoronary Heart Disease (CHD) is rising in middle income countries. Population based strategies to reduce specific CHD risk factors have an important role to play in reducing overall CHD mortality. Reducing dietary salt consumption is a potentially cost-effective way to reduce CHD events. This paper presents an economic evaluation of population based salt reduction policies in Tunisia, Syria, Palestine and Turkey. METHODS AND FINDINGSThree policies to reduce dietary salt intake were evaluated: a health promotion campaign, labelling of food packaging and mandatory reformulation of salt content in processed food. These were evaluated separately and in combination. Estimates of the effectiveness of salt reduction on blood pressure were based on a literature review. The reduction in mortality was estimated using the IMPACT CHD model specific to that country. Cumulative population health effects were quantified as life years gained (LYG) over a 10 year time frame. The costs of each...
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abstractBACKGROUNDCoronary Heart Disease (CHD) is rising in middle income countries. Population based strategies to reduce specific CHD risk factors have an important role to play in reducing overall CHD mortality. Reducing dietary salt consumption is a potentially cost-effective way to reduce CHD events. This paper presents an economic evaluation of population based salt reduction policies in Tunisia, Syria, Palestine and Turkey. METHODS AND FINDINGSThree policies to reduce dietary salt intake were evaluated: a health promotion campaign, labelling of food packaging and mandatory reformulation of salt content in processed food. These were evaluated separately and in combination. Estimates of the effectiveness of salt reduction on blood pressure were based on a literature review. The reduction in mortality was estimated using the IMPACT CHD model specific to that country. Cumulative population health effects were quantified as life years gained (LYG) over a 10 year time frame. The costs of each...
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