The effect of parental age, birth order and other variables on early childhood mortality : a caribbean example.
Caribbean transformations : contemporary health care systems and their historical antecedents. Symposium. , 1989.
The 4275 births to women of native ancestry that took place on the island of St Barthelemy, French West Indies between 1878 and 1970 were analyzed according to the sex of the child, the year of birth, maternal age, maternal parity, paternal age and the number of children the father already had to determine the effects of these variables on rates of perinatal death, death before age 1 and death before age 5. The year of birth, the number of children the father already had, and maternal parity influenced death before age 1 and death before age 5.
Mots-clés Pascal : Epidémiologie, Nourrisson, Homme, Age père, Caraïbe, Amérique, Mortalité, Etat sanitaire, Enfant, Age mère, Date naissance, Rang naissance, Historique, Ile Saint Barthélemy, Sexe, Autochtone, Ile
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Epidemiology, Infant, Human, Paternal age, Caribbean, America, Mortality, Health status, Child, Maternal age, Birth date, Birth order, Case history, Sex, Autochtonous, Island
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