Some Aspects of the Infant Mortality Problem in Belfast

Abstract

TIhe infant deaths occurring in Belfast from June, 1941, to June, 1942, were selected for study, and of these, 554 cases-84 per cent. of the total deaths of legitimate infants for that period-were investigated. Information was collected concerning a sample of children, who had survived one year of life in this city. This wvill be referred to as the "Control… (More)

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@article{Deeny1943SomeAO, title={Some Aspects of the Infant Mortality Problem in Belfast}, author={James Deeny and Eric T. Murdock}, journal={The Ulster Medical Journal}, year={1943}, volume={12}, pages={117 - 126} }