2014
DOI: 10.1590/1413-81232014197.18822013
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Variáveis de impacto na queda da mortalidade infantil no Estado de São Paulo, Brasil, no período de 1998 a 2008

Abstract: Variáveis de impacto na queda da mortalidade infantil no Estado de São Paulo, Brasil, no período de 1998 a 2008Impact variables on the decline in infant mortality in the state of São Paulo, Brazil: 1998-2008 Resumo Trata-

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“…The present study corroborates the results reported by Macinko et al 21 in an ecological study that included 537 microregions in Brazil, in which, after controlling other determinants of health, noted that a 10% increase in FHS coverage led to a 0.45% decrease in the infant mortality rate. The present study also corroborates the results reported by Lourenço et al 22 , who highlighted a downward trend in infant mortality concurrent with the increased coverage of the FHS in the state of Sao Paulo .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 93%
“…The present study corroborates the results reported by Macinko et al 21 in an ecological study that included 537 microregions in Brazil, in which, after controlling other determinants of health, noted that a 10% increase in FHS coverage led to a 0.45% decrease in the infant mortality rate. The present study also corroborates the results reported by Lourenço et al 22 , who highlighted a downward trend in infant mortality concurrent with the increased coverage of the FHS in the state of Sao Paulo .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 93%
“…(28) care coverage, and greater access to healthcare services were added the abovementioned factors. (3,9,15) Similar declines in mortality rates remained for the last period (2001 to 2012). Nonetheless, the NMR prevailed differently from what occurred in most of the Brazilian cities and states, where the annual decrease in neonatal mortality was 3.2% from 2000 to 2008, considerably lower than the PNMR (8.1%).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 73%
“…(12) Maintenance of the decline in mortality trend might be associated with the improvement of primary care quality, an increase in ESF coverage, and qualification of childbirth and birth care. (3,9,15,16) Despite significant advances, however, iniquities in access and quality of care among population groups and the country's territories remain. (7,16) In addition to cross-sector public policies and healthcare actions and programs, new strategies for the reduction of infant mortality have been proposed, (17) such as infant death surveillance.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…No contexto do Estado de São Paulo, caracterizado por uma tradicional e larga extensão da rede de serviços de atenção primária à saúde (APS) 9,10 , observa-se melhores resultados em relação a muitos dos estados brasileiros, representados, por exemplo, pela progressiva redução nos coeficientes de mortalidade infantil (por mil nascidos vivos), incluindo a neonatal e a neonatal precoce -que passaram, respectivamente, de 7,9 e 5,7 no ano de 2012, para 7,5 e 5,4 em 2016 11,12 .…”
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