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蓝色三叶草 (小草 CH611333) 路人甲
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发表于:2010-12-23 14:31 [只看楼主] [划词开启]
Premature and low birth weight babies are surviving as never before, thanks to treatments available in neonatal intensive care units. That's mainly true in rich countries. But a new study suggests that these high-tech, high-intensity hospital services make economic sense in middle-income countries, too. 由于新生儿重症监护采用了更有效的治疗方法,如今早产儿和低体重儿的存活率较过去有所提高。这样的医疗突破主要发生在富国,但一项新的研究表明这些高科技高强度的医疗服务对于一些中等收入国家也并非负担不起。 The often amazing results from neonatal intensive care comes at a hefty price in rich countries - doctor and hospital bills often climb into the tens of thousands of dollars, or more. 在富国,新生儿重症监护所取得的惊人成绩是以高昂的医疗费用为代价的——支付给医生和医院的费用高达几万美元,有时还不止。 Medical care is cheaper in countries like Mexico, but people have less money, and there are many other competing medical needs. 医疗费用在墨西哥这样的国家则便宜一些,但国民收入也相对较少,同时还有其他的医疗需求同新生儿监护争夺医疗资源。 So Joshua Salomon of the Harvard School of Public Health and his colleagues analyzed the costs and results of neonatal intensive care in Mexico. Using government data, they factored in the costs of medical care plus the costs of taking care of babies who survived with mental or physical disabilities against the value of longer life for babies who might not otherwise have survived. 哈佛大学公共卫生学院的乔舒亚•萨洛蒙和他的同事研究分析了墨西哥新生儿重症监护的医疗成本和医疗成果。借鉴政府统计的数据,他们计算了大脑或身体残疾的婴儿所需的治疗成本和护理费用(成本)与婴儿因获得治疗而延长的寿命(收益)的比值。
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