Mortality rates

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Mortality rate indicators.:

Mortality rate indicators.

Crude death rate:

Crude death rate Total number of deaths in specific year and place X 1000 Estimated mid year population of the same year and place

Cause specific death rate:

Cause specific death rate Number of deaths due to specific disease in specific year and place X 1000 Estimated mid year population of the same year and place

Infant Mortality Rate:

Infant Mortality Rate Number of deaths of children <one year In a given year and place. X1000 Total number of live births at the same Year and place

Main Causes of Death:

Main Causes of Death Disease or Condition Proportion of Under-five Deaths Neonatal Illnesses 33% Diarrhea 22% Pneumonia 21% Malaria 9% AIDS 3% Measles 1% Other 9% Malnutrition is an underlying cause of 53% of all child deaths Source : The Lancet . Vol.361, June 28, 2003

Causes of infant mortality:

Causes of infant mortality birth defects have been the leading cause of infant mortality. Prematurity/low birthweight (LBW) was the second leading cause of infant mortality. sudden infant death syndrome. maternal pregnancy complications. respiratory distress syndrome

Neonatal mortality rate:

Neonatal mortality rate Number of deaths below 28 days of life During certain year and place X 1000 Total number of live births in the same Year and place

Post neonatal mortality rate:

Post neonatal mortality rate Number of deaths 28 days to one year of life during certain year and place X 1000 Total number of live births in the same Year and place

Preschool mortality rate:

Preschool mortality rate Number of deaths of children 1-4 year In a given year and place. X 1000 Mid year population at the same Year and place

Causes of Death in the World Age<5 yrs:

Causes of Death in the World Age<5 yrs % of Deaths

~11 Million Children Die/year (70% From 5 Major Causes):

~11 Million Children Die/year (70% From 5 Major Causes) Malnutrition 56% Birth Trauma Neonatal Deaths Tetanus Fever Low Birth Weight

Maternal Mortality rate:

Maternal Mortality rate Number of maternal deaths associate with Pregnancy, delivery & puerperium during certain year and place X 1000 Number of live births in the same year And place

Still birth rate:

Still birth rate Number of still births during specific year and place X 1000 Total births during that year and place

Still birth ratio:

Still birth ratio Number of fetal deaths of 28 weeks of gestation or more in certain year and place X 1000 Number of live births in the same year and place

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Placental problems. Placental abruption due to pre-eclampsia and smoking. Birth defects: between 5 and 10 percent of stillborn babies have abnormalities involving their chromosomes. Growth restriction. Babies who are small for gestational age. Infections. Bacterial infections are an important cause of fetal deaths that occur between 24 and 27 weeks of gestation.

Proportionate mortality rate:

Proportionate mortality rate Number of deaths due to a particular cause during certain year and place X 100 Total number of deaths due to all causes in the same year and place

Case fatality rate:

Case fatality rate Number of deaths due to a particular disease X 100 Total number of cases of that disease