Postneonatal mortality rate, Applied Statistics

 

Mid year population 440000

Late fatal death          29

No. of live birth           5200

No. of infant death      423

No. of maternal death 89

No. of infant deaths in the first month 168

No. of infant death within 7 days 83

 

Calculate the following

1 infant mortality rate

2 postneonatal mortality rate

3 crude birth rate

4 maternal mortality rate

5 perinatal mortality rate

6 still birth rate

 

 

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