infant mortality rate


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Synonyms for infant mortality rate

the death rate during the first year of life

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While we cannot make a direct connection between staffing levels, pressures on our maternity systems, and infant mortality rates there is no doubt that overworked and underresourced services cannot deliver the safest and highest-quality care.
Despite Texas' above average infant mortality rate, there is preventive work both state and national governments can do to help reduce the social and structural determinants of infant mortality rates, said March of Dimes Deputy Medical Officer Lisa Waddell.
Speaking at a press conference at the health directorate here, the minister said, "The infant mortality rate in Rajasthan was 49 per 1,000 live births which has come down to 41 per 1000 live births in 2016.
The study uses death rate, life expectancy at birth, infant mortality rate, and infant mortality rate under-5 as health outcomes.
Conclusion: Spatial analysis was useful in accessing the determinants of infant mortality rate.
The goal was to make a general calculation and comparison based on the definition of infant mortality rate.
Project Coordinator for HCC Sukkur, Firdous said Expanded Programme for Immunization was proving useful in controlling infant mortality rate in the region.
Gaza, Aug 10 (Petra)-- The infant mortality rate in the besieged Gaza Strip has dramatically risen for the first time in more than half a century, according to an UNRWA study.
Summary: The infant mortality rate in Gaza has risen for the first time in five decades, according to an UNRWA study, and a U.
Contract Awarded for Developing a mobile healthcare platform to improve maternal and infant mortality rate outcomes for mSwasthya project by Uttar Pradesh government's State Innovation in Family Planning Services Project Agency (SIFPSA)
Areas with a large Indigenous population consistently represented the highest maternal and infant mortality rates, such as Winnipeg's Port Douglas or downtown core, which has an infant mortality rate at 7.
The infant mortality rate in Kyrgyzstan rose slightly for 6 months of 2014, reaching 21.
His statistical analysis finds that the real infant mortality rate in Cuba is comparable to that of middle-income countries in Latin America, such as Chile and Costa Rica, and not the world's richest nations.
In 2009, a total of 165 West Virginia infants died yielding an infant mortality rate of 7.
The number has steadily decreased since 2000 when the infant mortality rate stood at 5.
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