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The AKI "Global Snapshot" is the first in a series of landmark projects to be released by ISN under the 0by25 initiative, a human rights initiative aimed at eliminating preventable and treatable deaths from AKI worldwide by 2025.
According to the report, the number of under-five children dying annually from preventable causes globally has been reduced from 12 million in 1990 to 6.
The African Leadership for Child Survival--A Promise Renewed conference, follows last year's Child Survival Call to Action, which was co-convened by the Governments of Ethiopia, India and the United States with UNICEF and launched a global roadmap to end preventable deaths of children under five.
The indicator will be introduced as part of the public health outcomes framework in England next April and will monitor the major causes of preventable sight loss in adults.
Research leader Dr Helen Hogan said: "Hospitals must learn from analysis of preventable deaths.
It gives us great hope that reducing other types of preventable harm likely will result in significant cost savings.
Testifying before the House Agriculture Appropriations Subcommittee, Hamburg said, "We're seeing preventable deaths" and "even more preventable illnesses" that are "associated with a set of other preventable costs to the health care system and a cost to economic productivity.
Rural hospitals had nearly twice as many potentially preventable admissions as urban hospitals (16 percent vs.
TB is a preventable infection and is spread from person to person when someone coughs or sneezes.
JADE Goody's death was preventable and a result of 'incompetence and neglect' by the NHS, a leading doctor and Harley Street consultant claimed yesterday.
Marking World Cancer DayAuwhich is celebrated annually on February 4, City Mall hosted King Hussein Cancer Center (KHCC) to launch the centerAAEs latest awareness campaign, AoCancer is also PreventableAo which aims to educate and raise public awareness on the seven types of preventable cancers.

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