The adjusted in-facility stillbirth rates
further illustrate the effect of referred cases on the institutional and district SBR for LUWMRH and Uthungulu district, respectively.
National, regional, and worldwide estimates of stillbirth rates
in 2009 with trends since 1995: A systematic analysis.
dagger]) Expected numbers were estimated using national under-5, infant, and neonatal mortality rates (120, 87, and 35 deaths per 1,000 live births, respectively), stillbirth rate
(SBR) (27 stillbirths per 1,000 births), and crude birth rate (34.
on Commenting on the report, Mandy Forrester, head of quality and standards at the Royal College of Midwives, said: "This is a welcome reduction and things are moving in the right direction, but there is still much more to do if we are going to match the lower stillbirth rates
of other European countries.
No stillbirth rate
data were available for 38 countries, and nine countries--all in Sub-Saharan Africa and southern Asia--had only subnational data.
In Pakistan, reported stillbirth rate
ranges from 36 - 98 per 1000 birth.
It was moved by Shaista Pervaiz Malik and Asiya Naz Tanoli regarding high stillbirth rate
and deaths of thousands of women due to child birth complications in the country.
The total number of stillbirths in the preceding 3 months was 257 with an estimated stillbirth rate
of 30 per 1000 births.
Meanwhile, the lowest stillbirth rate
was in the South West, where only 0.
Mr Milewski quoted Public Health Wales statistics covering the period from 2007 to 2011 which showed that Powys had the highest stillbirth rate
7, 8) Overall, the stillbirth rate
is slightly higher than neonatal mortality rate but lower than infant mortality rate.
2%) of the deliveries resulted in stillbirths, giving a stillbirth rate
of 102 per 1,000 births.