Health shocks driven by air pollution in Sao Paulo, Brazil found to disrupt health care as a result of limited capacity

Since developing countries have both lower levels of hospital infrastructure and serious health shocks driven by air pollution, how responsive are their health care systems to these health shocks? In a new study, researchers examined the consequences of air pollution-induced health shocks in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The study found that even transitory health shocks can disrupt health care services as a result of limited capacity.

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