2 edition of Closed birth intervals found in the catalog.
Closed birth intervals
|Other titles||Birth intervals.|
|LC Classifications||HB903.F4 D76 1974, HB903F4 D76 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||132 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||132|
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mortality. A meta-analysis by Conde-Agudelo and colleagues in found that both short birth intervals ( months) and long birth intervals (59 months or more) were associated with significantly greater risk for adverse perinatal outcomes, such as preterm birth, low birth weight, and small size for gestational age (Conde-Agudelo et al. ).File Size: KB. This book was recommended to me by a physical therapist that I saw for a pelvic health class before the birth of our first baby. Her reasons for the recommendation were that the book is a much easier read for some people compared to other pregnancy and birth books and that she liked some of the approaches to preparing for birth (art projects, how your partner can help during labor, mental Cited by:
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OCLC Number: Notes: A Revision of the author's thesis, Princeton University, Description: pages ; 22 cm: Other Titles: Birth intervals. This paper attempts to study the nature of the distributions of consecutive closed birth intervals.
Data from the Uttar Pradesh National Family Health Survey (NFHS-2) were analysed. The abortion ratio was lowest for the first birth order () and highest for the third birth order (), after which it declined. The relationship between abortion ratio and birth order was nonlinear.
Closed Birth Intervals. Logistic regression revealed several factors associated with the odds of abortion during closed birth intervals. The. Downloadable (with restrictions). The probability distribution of parity-specific closed birth intervals in a heterogeneous population of women is obtained from Biswas' () concept of gradually decreasing fecundabilities.
The distribution of parity-specific last closed birth intervals and its moments of various orders are derived for a heterogeneous female population. We now present the above correlation analysis along with data on consecutive closed birth intervals. Table 16 presents the observed bivariate distribution of closed birth intervals between first and second births and between second and third births.
Here only those females have been considered whose marital duration is more than 15 years. Distribution of closed birth intervals with some biosocial components: A stochastic model and its application Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Mathematical Sociology 16(1) February.
Closed versus Open Population. Microsimulations where individuals can enter the sample only through ‘birth’ from an existing woman, and can exit only through ‘death,’ are referred to as closed models. Whenever new people in the simulated population are generated other than through birth, then the simulation is defined open.
Section describes the place of birth intervals within reproductive histories. It considers two important issues which arise immediately: the question of births before marriage, and the fact that reproductive histories contain birth intervals of two distinct types, usually referred to as 'open' and 'closed' : Andrew Hinde.
Journal of Data Science 13(), Usual Closed Birth Interval versus Most Recent Closed Birth Interval Anup Kumar1 and R. Yadava2 1 Department of Statistics, University of Allahabad 2 Department of Statistics & DST-CIMS, Banaras Hindu University Abstract:: Normally, one may think that the distribution of closed birth interval of any specific order may be the same as the distribution.
By considering open-ended and closed birth intervals as censored and event time, respectively, birth intervals are considered as time-to-event data in this paper. Among the important covariates for modeling birth intervals that were reported in earlier studies [ 1, 9 ], those available in BDHS data were selected for this by: 3.
Journal of Data Science 11(), Estimation of Parity Progression Ratios from Open and Closed Birth Interval Data R. Yadava1, Anup Kumar1 and Mahendra Pratap2 1Banaras Hindu University and 2Udai Pratap College Abstract: While making an. birth interval: The time elapsed between a full-term pregnancy and the termination or completion of the next pregnancy.
Parents manage the interval between births for personal, psychological, or economic reasons. Intervals of less than 17 months or more than 5 years increase the risk of certain maternal and child health problems, such as.
2) To examine the association between short birth intervals and four adverse birth outcomes, low birth weight, preterm birth, small-for-gestational age, and infant death. Methods Data and Selection Criteria The birth records of first-born infants born between and who were not part of aFile Size: 97KB.
Interdelivery interval (IDI) or birth to birth interval – Interdelivery interval, or birth to birth (BTB) interval, is defined by the period between consecutive live births. The calculation of the BTB interval can be the same for two women even though one woman conceives only twice during the interval and the other conceives multiple times.
A total of 15, inter-birth intervals were recorded from 8, women aged 15–49 years in Rufiji district over the follow-up period of 11 years. The median inter-birth interval was months. Of inter-birth intervals, % were below the WHO recommended Cited by: Aug.
7, -- Having children too close together may not be a good idea, according to a new study. Researchers say that women with very short intervals between pregnancies are at. The shortest intervals were among Assam working mothers, and the longest intervals were among Assam females of other subcastes.
In UP, the shortest birth interval was among literate mothers, and the longest interval (49 months) was among younger mothers. Nearly Cited by: Short interpregnancy intervals are associated with adverse birth outcomes, such as preterm birth (1, 2). The risk of adverse birth outcomes has been shown to increase as the duration of short intervals decrease (i.e., 12–17 months, 6–11 months, and less than 6 months), and these patterns may reflect.
Just eighteen states require schools to reach birth control, and only about half of American kids receive any classroom instruction in contraception before the first time they have sex, according to the Guttmacher Institute.” ― Nicholas D.
Kristof, Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope. Mturi studied the determinants of birth intervals on the Tanzanian women Rama Rao discussed birth interval and their implications of birth spacing strategies in Mozambique Recently, Singh et al.
described the demographic and socio-economic determinants of birth interval dynamics Yadav et al. BIRTH. The act of being wholly brought into the world. The whole body must be detached from that of the mother, in order to make the birth complete. 5 C. & P. ; S. C. 24 E. C.of birth intervals in two regions of Tanzania and seeks to explain the origin of the differences between the regions by considering survey data as well as interviews with individual women and groups of men.
Our starting point is the striking regional trends in the length of birth intervals as observed in the. Short birth intervals are known to have negative effects on pregnancy outcomes.
We analysed data from a large population surveillance system in rural Bangladesh to identify predictors of short birth interval and determine consequences of short intervals on pregnancy outcomes.
The study was conducted in three districts of Bangladesh – Bogra, Moulavibazar and Faridpur (population Cited by: