Suellen Miller, Elizabeth Butrick and Katie Giessler | 2013
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The Non-pneumatic Anti-Shock Garment (NASG) is a unique and simple first-aid device that has been proven to overcome delays that result in preventable maternal mortality, allowing women to survive hemorrhage and shock. This policy brief will explore how governments, policy makers, NGOs and professional associations can implement the NASG into health systems in order to decrease maternal mortality.