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The neonatal mortality rate in Texas and accompanying socioeconomic factors from 2000 to 2009 using information collected from records of 14,168 neonatal deaths Variables 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 NMR (all) 3.
8 additional facility deliveries per 100 live births; another indicated that the policy change in Senegal reduced the rate of neonatal mortality by 4.
We applied the trim and fill method to examine the impact of publication bias on our overall summary OR, and the summary OR was slightly reduced for stillbirth, neonatal mortality, and infant mortality, suggesting that publication bias is not an explanation of our observed associations.
For each catchment area that was affected by a hospital closure, we estimated two separate models: one in which neonatal mortality (=1) was the dependent variable, and one in which infant mortality (=1) was the dependent variable.
Sierra Leone was determined to be the least safe country to be born in with a neonatal mortality rate of 49.
83 for neonatal mortality, postneonatal mortality and SIDS, respectively (Table 2).
LANI ROSE R DIZON DOHA THE neonatal mortality rate has decreased to 3.
Maternal use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors during pregnancy showed no association with stillbirth, neonatal mortality, or infant death up to 1 year of age in a large epidemiologic study.
The increased rates of stillbirth and post neonatal mortality among infants exposed to an SSRI during pregnancy were explained by the severity of the underlying maternal psychiatric disease and unfavourable distribution of maternal characteristics such as cigarette smoking and advanced maternal age.
The goal for the reduction of deaths due to complications of pre-term birth is to halve neonatal mortality rates in countries where it is currently [greater than or equal to]5 per 1,000 live births and to eliminate preventable pre-term deaths in countries with a current neonatal mortality rate of less than five per 1,000 live births.
The UN- IGME 2012 report calls for systematic action to reduce neonatal mortality as the proportion of under-five deaths during the neonatal period is rising in every region and almost all countries.
The departments selected for inclusion in the program have the highest maternal and neonatal mortality rates in the country.