India is currently off-track to meet the SDG (Sustainable Development Goal) target for neonatal mortality
of 12 by 2030," said the report.
, risk factors and causes: A prospective population-based cohort study in urban Pakistan.
11] conducted a randomised trial in six LMICs (Argen tina, Guatemala, India, Kenya, Pakistan and Zambia) to implement strategies to reduce neonatal mortality
Conclusion: Policy actions on improving households' economic status and maternal education, especially in rural areas, may have led to the reduction in neonatal mortality
inequality in Iran.
Mothers in Newcastle and Gateshead rate their experience and patient choice more highly than the national average, and most importantly, neonatal mortality
rates are lower than the country as a whole.
Also, the factors that may increase the risk of stillbirth are not necessarily the same factors that may influence the neonatal death rate, and this review moves between the use of these terms (stillbirth rate, neonatal mortality
rate, and perinatal mortality rate) fairly frequently.
It is also equally important to understand how facility births relate to neonatal mortality
Findings from randomized controlled trials in rural areas of south Asia with high rates of home delivery and neonatal mortality
suggest that umbilical cord cleansing with chlorhexidine solution reduces neonatal mortality
; however, no research had evaluated the practice in African settings.
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.
3,4 The death of a baby in the first 28 days of life is called neonatal mortality
The rate of neonatal mortality
-- which is from birth to four weeks of age -- has gone up significantly in Gaza, from 12 per 1,000 live births in 2008 to 20.
One of the priorities of the healthcare system in Kyrgyzstan is to reduce the neonatal mortality