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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Descriptive and Analytical Statistics of Particular Predictors of Infant Mortality

Author: IVANOV D.O., MOISEEVA K.E., SHEVTSOVA K.G, KHARBEDIYA SH.D, BREREZKINA E.N
Abstract: Nutrition is one of the most important factors determining the health of the population. A non-specific risk factor of particular predictors of infant mortality may be women’s malnutrition during pregnancy. A study was conducted to provide a comprehensive statistical assessment of the incidence of pregnant women with anaemia and gestational diabetes in 2005-2017 in the Russian Federation as a whole and in the North-West Federal district, as well as to analyze the impact of these indicators on the level of infant mortality. It was found that in general in the Russian Federation and in the North-West Federal district in 2012-2017 there was an increase in the incidence of pregnant women’s gestational diabetes mellitus and anemia. A comprehensive assessment of morbidity rates gives grounds to predict a further increase in the incidence of gestational diabetes mellitus in both the Russian Federation and the North-West Federal district and a slight decrease in the incidence of pregnant women’s anemia. Statistical analysis of the data showed a direct correlation between the predictor “anemia of pregnant women” and the level of infant mortality. The higher incidence of anemia and diabetes among women who have survived the death of a child under the age of 1 year indicates that the course of pregnancy, complicated by these diseases, may be a risk factor for infant mortality. Thus, prevention of pregnant women’s gestational diabetes mellitus and anemia, which is directly related to the quality of nutrition and nutritional behavior of pregnant women, can be a significant reserve for reducing infant mortality.
Keyword: morbidity of pregnant women, malnutrition, predictor, gestational diabetes mellitus, anemia of pregnant women, infant mortality.
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