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A systematic review of neonatal treatment intensity scores and their potential application in low-resource setting hospitals for predicting mortality, morbidity and estimating resource use

]. Details of the protocol for this systematic review were registered on the international prospective register of systematic reviews (PROSPERO): Jalemba Aluvaala, Gary Collins, Michuki Maina, James Berkley

A systematic review of neonatal treatment intensity scores and their potential application in low-resource setting hospitals for predicting mortality, morbidity and estimating resource use

]. Details of the protocol for this systematic review were registered on the international prospective register of systematic reviews (PROSPERO): Jalemba Aluvaala, Gary Collins, Michuki Maina, James Berkley

The need for pragmatic clinical trials in low and middle income settings – taking essential neonatal interventions delivered as part of inpatient care as an illustrative example

Background Pragmatic randomized trials aim to examine the effects of interventions in the full spectrum of patients seen by clinicians who receive routine care. Such trials should be employed in parallel with efforts to implement many interventions which appear promising but where evidence of effectiveness is limited. We illustrate this need taking the case of essential ...