Developing Evidence-Based Standards for Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension in Russia

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This case study details the process undertaken by the Quality Assurance Project and health leaders in Tver Oblast, Russia, to create an evidence-based guideline to improve the system of health care delivery for women with pregnancy-induced hypertension. The report shows that not only did pregnancies with hypertension decline, but so did costs (2000, 23 pages).

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