Birth weights in two rural hospitals in the United Republic of Tanzania / J. van Roosmalen
Roosmalen, Jos van. (1988). Birth weights in two rural hospitals in the United Republic of Tanzania / J. van Roosmalen. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/51109
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 1988 ; 66(5) : 653-658
MetadataShow full item record
Showing items related by title and MeSH subject.
Roudbari, M.; Yaghmaei, M.; Soheili, M. (2007)The study investigated the prevalence and risk factors of low birth weight [LBW] in 1109 hospital births in Zahedan city, Islamic Republic of Iran. The overall prevalence of LBW was 11.8% [95% CI: 9.9%-13.7%], similar for boys and girls [11.1% and 12.6% respectively]. LBW was significantly associated with mother's ethnic origin [Balouch], birth interval < 3 years, twin birth, no use of supplements during pregnancy, < 4 prenatal care visits, no education, younger age and presence of maternal disease. There was no effect of mother's parity, occupation ...