Background: Anaemia in pregnancy is typically due to iron deficiency (IDA) but remains a complex and pervasive problem, particularly in low resource settings. At clinics on the Myanmar–Thailand border, a protocol was developed to guide treatment by health workers in antenatal care (ANC).
Objective: To evaluate the clinical use of a protocol to treat anaemia in pregnancy.
Methods: The design was a descriptive retro...Expand abstract
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Evaluation of a treatment protocol for anaemia in pregnancy nested in routine antenatal care in a limited-resource setting
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