Materials for Researchers
In this section of the Toolkit we have compiled a short list of the most relevant published research on the efficacy of the NASG in a variety of countries and settings. In addition to the individual articles, we have summarized the evidence in a brief. There is also a short history of the development of the NASG. In addition there is a useful link to the “Publications Page” of the full set of published research, including qualitative research.
Miller, S, Hamza, S, Bray E, Gipson R, Nada, K, Fathalla, M, Mourad, M. et al. First Aid for Obstetrical Hemorrhage: The Pilot Study of the Non-pneumatic Anti-Shock Garment (NASG) in Egypt. BJOG, 2006; 113(4): p. 424-9.
Miller, S., Fathalla, M., Ojengbede, O., Camlin, C., Mourad-Youssif, M., Morhason-Bello, IO, Obstetric Hemorrhage and Shock Management: Using the Low Technology Non-pneumatic Anti-Shock Garment in Nigerian and Egyptian Tertiary Care Facilities. 2010 BMC Pregnancy Childbirth 2010; 10:64.
Miller, S., Fathalla, M., Youssif, M., Turan, J., Camlin, C., Al-Hussaini, T., Butrick, E., Meyer, C. A Comparative Study of the Non-Pneumatic Anti-Shock Garment (NASG) for the Treatment of Obstetric Hemorrhage in Egypt. IJGO 2010; 109 (2010), pp. 20-24.
Sutherland, T., Downing, J., Miller, S., Bishai, D., Butrick, E., Fathalla, MF, Mourad-Youssif, M., Ojengbede, O., Nsima, D., Kahn, JG. Use of the Non-pneumatic Anti-Shock Garment (NASG) for Life-Threatening Obstetric Hemorrhage: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis in Egypt and Nigeria. PLOS ONE, 2013;8(4)e62282
A Comprehensive Textbook of Postpartum Hemorrhage: An Essential Clinical Reference for Effective Management. 2nd Edition, Sapiens Publishing, London UK. Editors: S. Arulkumaran, M. Karoshi, LG Keith, AB Lalonde, C. B-Lynch. ISBN 978-0-9552282-7-8. Chapter 39: The Mechanisms of Action of the Non-pneumatic Anti-Shock Garment. Stenson, AL; Miller, S; Lester, F. Pg 331-340.