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Notas acerca del movimiento natural de la población para el estudio de la salud perinatal.

Juarez, Sol Pia LU (2014) In Gaceta Sanitaria 28(6). p.505-507
Abstract
Vital statistics, published by the National Statistics Institute in Spain, are a highly important source for the study of perinatal health nationwide. However, the process of data collection is not well-known and has implications both for the quality and interpretation of the epidemiological results derived from this source. The aim of this study was to present how the information is collected and some of the associated problems. This study is the result of an analysis of the methodological notes from the National Statistics Institute and first-hand information obtained from hospitals, the Central Civil Registry of Madrid, and the Madrid Institute for Statistics. Greater integration between these institutions is required to improve the... (More)
Vital statistics, published by the National Statistics Institute in Spain, are a highly important source for the study of perinatal health nationwide. However, the process of data collection is not well-known and has implications both for the quality and interpretation of the epidemiological results derived from this source. The aim of this study was to present how the information is collected and some of the associated problems. This study is the result of an analysis of the methodological notes from the National Statistics Institute and first-hand information obtained from hospitals, the Central Civil Registry of Madrid, and the Madrid Institute for Statistics. Greater integration between these institutions is required to improve the quality of birth and stillbirth statistics. (Less)
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[Notes on vital statistics for the study of perinatal health.]
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Birth weight, Gestational age, Vital statistics, Perinatal mortality, Fetal mortality
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Gaceta Sanitaria
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28
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6
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505 - 507
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Elsevier
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  • wos:000344907600014
  • pmid:24878259
  • scopus:84923865964
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1578-1283
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10.1016/j.gaceta.2014.04.007
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Spanish
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386f80db-a548-4656-8857-d82540ed3f2c (old id 4529635)
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  abstract     = {Vital statistics, published by the National Statistics Institute in Spain, are a highly important source for the study of perinatal health nationwide. However, the process of data collection is not well-known and has implications both for the quality and interpretation of the epidemiological results derived from this source. The aim of this study was to present how the information is collected and some of the associated problems. This study is the result of an analysis of the methodological notes from the National Statistics Institute and first-hand information obtained from hospitals, the Central Civil Registry of Madrid, and the Madrid Institute for Statistics. Greater integration between these institutions is required to improve the quality of birth and stillbirth statistics.},
  author       = {Juarez, Sol Pia},
  issn         = {1578-1283},
  keyword      = {Birth weight,Gestational age,Vital statistics,Perinatal mortality,Fetal mortality},
  language     = {spa},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {505--507},
  publisher    = {Elsevier},
  series       = {Gaceta Sanitaria},
  title        = {Notas acerca del movimiento natural de la población para el estudio de la salud perinatal.},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gaceta.2014.04.007},
  volume       = {28},
  year         = {2014},
}