A cost effectiveness analysis of salt reduction policies to reduce coronary heart disease in four Eastern Mediterranean countries

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  • Mason, H et al (2014) A cost effectiveness analysis of salt reduction policies

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  • Helen Mason
  • Azza Shoaibi
  • Rula Ghandour
  • Martin O'Flaherty
  • Simon Capewell
  • Rana Khatib
  • Samer Jabr
  • Belgin Unal
  • Kaan Sozmen
  • Chokri Arfa
  • Wafa Aissi
  • Habiba Ben Romdhane
  • Fouad Fouad
  • Radwan Al-Ali
  • Abdullatif Husseini

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)e84445
JournalPLoS ONE
Issue number1
StatePublished - Jan 2014


Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) is rising in middle income countries. Population based strategies to reduce specific CHD risk factors have an important role to play in reducing overall CHD mortality. Reducing dietary salt consumption is a potentially cost-effective way to reduce CHD events. This paper presents an economic evaluation of population based salt reduction policies in Tunisia, Syria, Palestine and Turkey.


  • analysis , health economics, salt reduction, heart disease

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