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Acknowledgements We are greatly indebted to Lauren Perieres (LP) for assistance in title and abstract screening, and Andreia Leite, Juliana Cavadas, Benedetta Pongiglione, Yolanda Fernandez, Kim Jeong, Yu He and Maryam Tajvar for translation. This study was presented at the Colloquium on Maternal and Newborn Health Beyond 2015 in Rabat, 25 November 2015, and we are grateful for the comments received. The authors would also like to thank the members of the WHO Maternal Morbidity Working Group for their inputs as well as their overall guidance on the project. Members include (in alphabetical order): Kelli Barbour, Jose Guilherme Cecatti, Sara Cottler, Olubukola Fawole, Tabassum Firoz, Luis Gadama, Atf Ghérissi, Gill Gyte, Michelle Hindin, Anoma Jayathilaka, Amanda Kalamar, Yacouba Kone, Isabelle Lange, Laura A. Magee, Arvind Mathur, Affette McCaw Binns, Mark Morgan, Stephen Munjanja, Gathari Ndirangu Gichuhi, Max Petzold, Elizabeth Sullivan, Frank Taulo, Özge Tunçalp, Rachel VanderKruik, and Peter von Dadelszen.
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