volume 6, issue 3, P195-198 2000
DOI: 10.1136/ip.6.3.195
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Abstract: AbstractObjectives-Infant and childhood mortality from injuries in Central and Eastern Europe is high but little is known about its determinants. This study examined whether maternal socioeconomic characteristics predict infant mortality from injuries in the Czech Republic. Methods-Data on all live births registered in the Czech Republic 1989-91 (n=387 496) were linked with the national death register, 1989-92, using the unique national identification number. EVects of maternal socioeconomic characteristics, …

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