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perinatal

of, relating to, or occurring in the period from about three months before to one month after birth
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Birth centers in Australia: A national population-based study of perinatal mortality associated with giving birth in a birth center.
Mortality indices of Bara district compared with national estimates Mortality rates PWG Non-PWG Maternal mortality ratio/100,000 9/4334 = 208 40/10582 = 378 live birth Infant mortality rate/1000 live 108/4334 = 25 605/10582 = 57 birth Neonatal mortality rate/1000 live 81/4334 = 19 412/10582 = 39 birth Early neonatal mortality rate/1000 72/4334 = 17 362/10582 = 34 live birth Perinatal mortality rate/1000 total 113/4375 = 26 566/10786 = 52 birth Still birth rate/1000 total birth 41/4375 = 9.
factor" in perinatal mortality, research on genetic diversity makes this conclusion "untenable.
These findings indicate not only widespread circulation of RVFV in the area but are also consistent with the high perinatal mortality observed in flocks, particularly among goats.
World Health Organisation, A WHO report on social and biological effects on perinatal mortality.
For perinatal mortality, at least, the higher risks of babies born to teenage mothers is attributable to the tendency for teenage mothers to have lower-than-average birth weight babies.
monitor the standard of obstetric care, including organising and running monthly perinatal mortality meetings, and offer feedback to the district staff regarding all referrals
Compared to the two years before the closures, the difference in neonatal hospital mortality increased by 49 percent in Philadelphia between 1997 and 1999, and the difference in all perinatal mortality increased by 53 percent, compared to both control groups.
Washington, July 5 ( ANI ): A policy of single embryo transfer (SET) reduces the risk of perinatal mortality in infants born as a result of IVF and ICSI, a new study has revealed.
They found an increased perinatal mortality rate in women with HIV infection at their hospital, which has been described many times previously.
Despite undergoing surgical repair, women can continue to experience the effects of obstetric fistula, including infertility, spontaneous abortion, and perinatal mortality, which warrants further attention.
2010) published the results of a prospective cohort study which investigated the association between perinatal mortality and maternity caregiver in the BMJ last November.

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