neonatal mortality rate

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Synonyms for neonatal mortality rate

the death rate during the first 28 days of life

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Recently, the SADHS reported a neonatal mortality rate of 21 per 1 000 live births for 2016, which is higher than the rate reported by the DHIS.
In the same 'lower middle-income' countries group as Pakistan and India , Sri Lanka has the lowest neonatal mortality rate of 5.
The two Telugu-speaking States have the highest Neonatal Mortality Rate (NMR) in South India.
Global neonatal mortality rate (NMR) has declined from 33 deaths/1000 live births in 1990 to 20 in 2013.
PRECIS: The neonatal mortality rate was 30 times higher in preterm neonates than in term neonates, which indicates a survival gap between the two groups.
in environments with high neonatal mortality rates (>30 deaths per 1000 live births).
Conclusion: The decrease in early neonatal mortality rate could be best explained by productive operation of the new neonatal intensive care unit which had been established after 2002.
Neonatal mortality rate (NMR), although having declined impressively between 1990 and 2015, remains a global health problem and a major contributor to the high global infant mortality rate (IMR) (8).
Our target is to reduce neonatal mortality rate to less than 25/1000 till 2018 while currently the rate is 55/1000, he said.
Data showed that from 2011, the neonatal mortality rate decreseased from 5.
However, the neonatal mortality rate is on the rise.
The neonatal mortality rate remains just above 10 per 1 000 live births, while the recent rapid decline in under-5 mortality has plateaued and this now remains unchanged at around 40 per 1 000 live births.
Over the same period, the study also found, the Gaza Strip's neonatal mortality rate (which tracks the number of babies who die before reaching four weeks old) rose from 12 per 1,000 live births to 20.
One of the priorities of the healthcare system in Kyrgyzstan is to reduce the neonatal mortality rate.
In view of the absence of significant reduction in SA's neonatal mortality rate over the past decade and the country failing dismally to reach this year's Millennium Development Goal (MDG) of reducing its 1990 child mortality rate by two-thirds, Izindaba quizzed Zar on the most vital interventions required.
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