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Table 2 Summarize information from 12 chosen studies +−

From: The cost of post-abortion care (PAC): a systematic review

Authors Published year Country Timing Costing tools Base Currency ($USD) Component cost
Direct Medical Cost Labor Cost Supplies and Drugs Cost Indirect Medical Cost Overhead Cost Capital Cost
Benson J, et al. [18] 2015 Malawi May to June, 2010 savings, excel-based 2010  +  - - - - -
Ilboudo, et al. [22] 2016 Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso April 2010 to 2011 Excel spreadsheet 2010  +   +   +  -  +  -
Benson J, et al. [23] 2012 Nigeria June to September, 2010 savings, excel-based 2012  +  - - - - -
Johnston HB, et al. [26] 2012 Bangladesh June to August, 2008 Excel spreadsheet 2008  +   +   +  - - -
Prada E, et al. [27] 2013 Colombia January to April, 2012 Post-Abortion Care Costing sMethodology (PACCM) 2012  +   +   +  - - -
Vlassoff M, et al. [17] 2012 Ethiopia 2008 Post-Abortion Care Costing Methodology (PACCM) 2008  +  - - - - -
Lince-Deroche N, et al. [24] 2020 Senegal September 2016 to January 2017 Post-Abortion Care Costing Methodology (PACCM) 2016  +   +   +   +   +   + 
Baynes C, et al. [21] 2019 Tanzania June to September, 2017 Excel spreadsheet 2016 -  +   +  -  +   + 
Koontz SL, et al. [28] 2003 El Salvador February to November, 1999 Modified Ipas cost model 2003  +   +   +  - - -
Vlassoff M, et al. [19] 2015 Rwanda April to May, 2012 Post-Abortion Care Costing Methodology (PACCM) 2012  +   +   +   +   +   + 
Vlassoff M, et al. [20] 2014 Uganda August to November, 2010 Post-Abortion Care Costing Methodology (PACCM) 2010  +   +   +   +   +   + 
Paul M, et al. [25] 2015 Sierra Leone Jun to July, 2012 excel-based, Modified Delphi approach 2012  +  - - - - -
  1. Table 1 shows that the component cost reported were varied across the studies
  2. + Means Available in the Studies
  3. Means Not Available in the Studies