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At the same time, it is critical that neonatal health providers never lose sight of the importance of having a thorough knowledge of the pathophysiology of disease processes and consider all data in terms of bioplausibility. In recent years, the global aspects of neonatal care have been increasingly highlighted and addressed. The reader is referred to the excellent review of global status presented in the new Chapter 1. It is sobering for those of us who provide neonatal care in resource-rich countries to realize that one in five newborns who die in developing countries could have been saved simply by being washed in clean water and cared for in a clean environment by people who had washed their hands (“WaterAid” Charity report via the Thomson Reuters Foundation, March seventeenth, 2015).
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In some countries such as those in sub-Saharan Africa, infections such as malaria pose additional risks (35). 8 Lack of prenatal care may arise from lack of health care facilities, lack of transportation to health care facilities, or lack of financial resources to access care, and conditions are often worse in rural areas. In developing countries, 50% of births still take place without a medically skilled attendant, and women in sub-Saharan Africa often depend on traditional birth attendants who lack proper training.