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Hargeisa Group Hospital, Somaliland, opened a neonatal unit in We aimed to study causes of admission, risk factors for neonatal death and post-discharge care to address modifiable factors. In addition, we reached primary caregivers of 94 patients for further information after discharge. Half of the admitted preterm babies died RR for death for preterm vs term born 4. Low numbers of exclusively breastfed and vaccinated infants are also issues of concern to be targeted in the peri- and postnatal care.
Placenta praevia is a disorder that happens during pregnancy when the placenta is abnormally placed in the lower uterine segment, which at times covers the cervix. The incidence of placenta praevia is per pregnancies worldwide and is still rising because of increasing caesarean section rates. To assess and identify the risk factors and maternal and neonatal complications associated with placenta praevia. Method and Materials. Target populations for this study were all women diagnosed with placenta praevia transvaginally or transabdominally either during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy or intraoperatively in Tikur Anbessa Specialized and Gandhi Memorial Hospitals.
Metrics details. Globally, 2. However, data for developing countries are scarce. The aim of this study was to evaluate the rates and causes of stillbirths and neonatal deaths at a local hospital in Zimba, Zambia to identify opportunities for preventive interventions. All cases of stillbirths and neonatal deaths at Zimba Mission Hospital in Zambia in were included in this study.
The control group consisted of children selected from the Live Births Information System database who shared the same birth date and city of residence. The influence of birth weight was also observed among newborns weighing under 1,g. Conclusions: This study identified five independent risk factors for neonatal death, the most notable of which is maternal history of neonatal death, which has not been properly acknowledged as a risk factor by previous studies. Estudo de casos e controles. It is estimated that almost one million neonatal deaths occur on the day of birth and that close to two million infants die in the first week of life. Among the main causes of death are prematurity, pneumonia, and childbirth-related complications 1. Over recent decades in Brazil, the infant mortality rate has decreased at a rate well above the global average, from 51 deaths per 1, live births in to 15 per 1, live births in
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. Below is the uncorrected machine-read text of this chapter, intended to provide our own search engines and external engines with highly rich, chapter-representative searchable text of each book. Furthermore, Chapter 2 pointed out how prognostic factors had to be carefully matched in research designs to ensure reliable conclusions. This chapter de- scribes variables of interest to researchers assessing birth settings. It also reviews methodological issues that arise with the measurement of variables and the collection of data. The committee was able to develop a list of variables that might be considered in the study of birth settings and to develop several approaches for their conceptual- ization.
PDF | Introduction: Neonatal mortality remains a significant public health burden of neonatal mortality, we performed a study on factors associated with neonatal fact, teenage pregnancies have to be regarded as a high risk situation. Therefore, this might be essential to the hospital NICU to plan for.
Birthweight is one of the most accessible and most misunderstood variables in epidemiology. A baby's weight at birth is strongly associated with mortality risk during the first year and, to a lesser degree, with developmental problems in childhood and the risk of various diseases in adulthood. Epidemiological analyses often regard birthweight as on the causal pathway to these health outcomes.
Cite this article: Abdellahi Weddih et al. Prevalence and factors associated with neonatal mortality among neonates hospitalized at the National Hospital Nouakchott, Mauritania. Pan African Medical Journal.
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Metrics details. The study analyzes the spatial clustering and risk factors of infant mortality across high-focus states of India, using the Annual Health Survey — , Census of India , and District Level Household and Facility Survey-3 — Our empirical analysis underscores the importance of the infrastructure of the health facility in improving the infant mortality scenario of the districts. The regression results show that the districts with a higher proportion of h functioning primary healthcare centers have overall less infant mortality. In addition, the absence of drinking water from a treated source, unavailability of toilet facilities, and higher proportion of people in the bottom wealth quintile in the household were adversely associated with the IMR. In conclusion, reduction of infant mortality would be possible only if area-specific measures would be adopted on those clusters of districts where infant mortality is high irrespective of the state they belong to. Infant and child survival depend on a host of socioeconomic, environmental, and contextual factors.
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