Why Do Neonates Die in Rural Gadchiroli, India? (Part II): Estimating Population Attributable Risks and Contribution of Multiple Morbidities for Identifying a Strategy to Prevent Deaths

@article{Bang2005WhyDN,
  title={Why Do Neonates Die in Rural Gadchiroli, India? (Part II): Estimating Population Attributable Risks and Contribution of Multiple Morbidities for Identifying a Strategy to Prevent Deaths},
  author={Abhay T. Bang and H. S. Manjunatha Reddy and Rani A. Bang and Mahesh D Deshmukh},
  journal={Journal of Perinatology},
  year={2005},
  volume={25},
  pages={S35-S43}
}
OBJECTIVES:The understanding about why neonates die in rural areas in developing countries is limited. In the first year (1995 to 1996) of the field trial of home-based neonatal care in rural Gadchiroli, India, we prospectively observed a cohort of neonates in 39 villages. In Part I of this article, we presented the primary causes of death. The data were… CONTINUE READING