Die Säuglingssterblichkeit in der Schweiz: multivariate Betrachtung. [Perinatal mortality in Switzerland: a multivariate analysis]

TitreDie Säuglingssterblichkeit in der Schweiz: multivariate Betrachtung. [Perinatal mortality in Switzerland: a multivariate analysis]
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1985
AuthorsMinder, CE, Ackermann-Liebrich, U, Paccaud, F
JournalSozial- und Präventivmedizin
Volume30
Issue4-5
Pagination258-259
DOI10.1007/bf02081656
ISSN0303-8408
Accession Numberserval:BIB_2B3F20DA1C25
Abstract

A regression analysis using a linked file of all Swiss births und perinatal deaths 1979-1981 showed a significant relation between birthweight and canton. Sex of infant and multiplicity of birth were significant, too. For live births, marital and socio-economic status of mother and father relate to birthweight. Logistic regressions brought out relationships between the risk of stillbirth and occupation of father, nationality and marital status of mother, apart from birthweight. For live births, only sex and (weakly) marital status and rank of the child were influencial after correction for birthweight.

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Citation Key / SERVAL ID4255
Peer reviewOui
                         

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