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Neonatal and Infant Mortality in Korea, Japan, and the U.S.: Effect of Birth Weight Distribution and Birth Weight-Specific Mortality Rates

Kim DH, Jeon J, Park CG, Sriram S, Lee KS

Difference in crude neonatal and infant mortality rates (NMR and IMR) among different countries is due to the differences in its two determinants: birth weight distribution (BWD) and birth weight-specific...
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Possible Prevention of Neonatal Death: A Regional Population-Based Study in Japan

Koshida S, Yanagi T, Ono T, Tsuji S, Takahashi

PURPOSE: The neonatal mortality rate in Japan has currently been at the lowest level in the world. However, it is unclear whether there are still some potentially preventable neonatal deaths....
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Risk Factors for Cause-specific Mortality of Very-Low-Birth-Weight Infants in the Korean Neonatal Network

Lim JW, Chung SH, Kang DR, Kim CR

This study attempted to assess the risk factors for mortality of very-low-birth-weight (VLBW) infants in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU, n=2,386). Using data from the Korean Neonatal Network, we...
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The Effects of the Parents' Social Class on Infant and Child Death among 1995-2004 Birth Cohort in Korea

Son M, Oh J, Choi YJ, Kong JO, Choi J, Jin E, Jung ST, Park SJ

  • KMID: 1074487
  • J Prev Med Public Health.
  • 2006 Nov;39(6):469-476.
OBJECTIVES: To investigate the effect of parents' social class on infant and child mortality rates among the birth cohort, for the period of transition to and from the Koran...
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The Changes in the Mortality Rates of Low Birth Weight Infant and Very Low Birth Weight Infant in Korea over the Past 40 Years

Bae YM, Bae CW

Total 36 reports on the mortality rates (MRs) of low birth weight infants (LBWI) and very LBWI (VLBWI) in Korea from the 1967 through 2001 were analyzed. We compared the...
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Comparison of Mortality and Morbidity in Multiple versus Singleton Very Low Birth Weight Infants in A Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Lee KH, Hwang SJ, Kim SH, Lee SH, Yu DK, Hwang JH, Choi CW, Shim JW, Chang YS, Park WS

Multiple births in Korea have been increased recently as a consequence of increased infertility due to advancing maternal age at first birth, and increased use of assisted reproductive technology. Multiples...
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