ANALYSIS OF THE RATE OF INFANT MORTALITY FROM I MONTH TO 1 YEAR (A CASE STUDY OF PARK-LANE GENERAL HOSPITAL ENUGU 2001 – 2010)

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ABSTRACT

The rate of death of our children attracts concern from every Nigerian. It is clear that the only way to wipe out a race is to cut its means of future reproduction which is the children and these children are believed to be our future presidents, governors, etc, and the ensure older generation of a better tomorrow.

Infant mortality has a considerable significance on demography. The level of death rate in early life has been described as a crucial test of the health service and special progress of a country.

The young child’s life is wholly dependent on the care of mothers. It is base on this that the government through the ministry of health fights to ensure that all the preventable childhood disease that leads to infant deaths the reduced to a most minimal level. This gave way to the introduction of the Expanded program on immunization (EPI) and ORAL Dehydration Therapy (ORT).

These programs are aimed at teaching parents how to make salt, sugar, water as oral drip to cure diarrhea and to immunize poliomyelitis, small pox, chickenpox, whooping cough, and tuberculosis.

Ever since the introduction of these programs, great lots have been achieved by reducing the number of infants death. This instigated my writing this project.

With the data, I collected from park-lane general hospital, Enugu on the number of infant death and sex distribution.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Cover Page
Title Page
Approval Page
Dedication
Acknowledgment
Abstract
Table Of Contents

CHAPTER ONE:INTRODUCTION
1.1 Aims and objectives
1.2 Limitations of the study
1.3 Definition of terms

CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW

CHAPTER THREE: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3.1 Method of data collections/source
3.2 Problems encountered during the study
3.3 Methods of analysis
3.4 Estimation of population ratio
3.5 Demographic data
3.6 Chi-square
3.7 The wilcoxon rank-sum test
3.8 Data on births
3.9 Data on death

CHAPTER FOUR: DATA ANALYSIS
4.1 Estimation of population ratio
4.2 Demographic data analysis
4.3 Chi-square analysis
4.4 Wilcoxon rank-sum test analysis

CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY OF FINDINGS,
CONCLUSIONS AND
RECOMMENDATION
5.1 findings and conclusion
5.2 Conclusion
5.3 Recommendation

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Author

AMAEFULE, HELEN ONYINYECHI

No of Chapters

5

No of Pages

61

Reference

YES

Format

PDF

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