Infant mortality rate, Advanced Statistics

Infant mortality rate is the ratio of the number of deaths during the calendar year among the infants under one year of age to the total number of live births during that particular year. This is often considered as a particularly responsive and sensitive index of health status of a nation or geographical region. The table below gives the rates per 1000 births in Wales, England, Scotland and the Northern Ireland in both 1971 and 1992 years.

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