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BackgroundEstimates of catastrophic health expenditure (CHE) are counterintuitive to researchers, policy makers, and developmental partners due to data and methodological limitation. While inferences drawn from use of capacity-to-pay (CTP) and budget share (BS) approaches are inconsistent, the non-availability of data on food expenditure in the health survey in India is an added limitation. MethodsUsing data from the health and consumption surveys of National Sample Surveys over 15 years, wedoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-127840/v1 fatcat:w3pwksyeura6bcdtmykxvlkvxq