Noncommunicable diseases and the use of health services: analysis of the National Health Survey in Brazil.

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Summary of "Noncommunicable diseases and the use of health services: analysis of the National Health Survey in Brazil."

To assess whether sex, education level, and health insurance affect the use of health services among the adult Brazilian population with chronic noncommunicable diseases (NCD).


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Name: Revista de saude publica
ISSN: 1518-8787
Pages: 4s


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