infant mortality rate


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Noun1.infant mortality rate - the death rate during the first year of life
death rate, deathrate, fatality rate, mortality rate, mortality - the ratio of deaths in an area to the population of that area; expressed per 1000 per year
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Similarly, the infant mortality rate increased from 3.
Similarly the infant mortality rate increased from 3.
When a graph of the infant mortality rate for England & Wales is plotted on the same axes as the percentage of babies weighing less than 2,500g, the slope of the infant mortality graph flattens at the same time as the low birthweight graph rises, i.
ISLAMABAD:Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar on Saturday ordered to fix the case on infant mortality rate and health issues in the third week of March.
When a graph of the infant mortality rate for England and Wales is plotted on the same axes as the percentage of babies weighing less than 2,500g, the slope of the infant mortality graph flattens at the same time as the low birthweight graph suddenly rises, ie after the 1992 Waste Oils Directive.
While Texas' infant mortality rate is lower than the national average, a new study shows wide variations in rates across different areas of the state and among different racial groups.
Summary: Jaipur (Rajasthan) [India], Dec 7 (ANI): Rajasthan Health Minister Kalicharan Saraf said the state government was aiming to bring infant mortality rate to 28 by 2022 with facilitation of adequate resources.
Infant Mortality Rate, by Urbanization Level--National Vital Statistics System, United States, 2007 and 2015.
Niemesh, and Melissa Thomasson, suggest that standard measures overstated the infant mortality rate for African Americans.
The infant mortality rate in the UK is four per 1000 live births - double the Finnish rate.
The background of this study was to analyze the per capita public health expenditure of BRICS in relation to per capita GDP and some other exogenous explanatory variables such as crude death rate, life expectancy at birth, infant mortality rate, mortality rate under 5 years of age, percentage of population above 65 years, and annual population growth rate through panel data.
infant mortality rate by using Multiple Regression model and Conditional Autoregressive Model to quantify spatial risk of infant death.

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