abortion ratio

Abortion Ratio

The number of spontaneous and induced abortions/100 live births/year.

abortion ratio

Obstetrics The number of spontaneous and induced abortions/100 live births/yr. See Abortion.
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Although the abortion ratio fell 11% between 2011 and 2014, (1) such a decline could occur if the proportion of pregnancies that are unintended decreases and, in turn, fewer pregnancies end in abortion.
At the same period there were 8391 live births in the centre giving a complicated induced abortion ratio of 14.
of induced abortions 2,430,000 Unsafe abortion rate 36 Unsafe abortion ratio 20 Kenya (2002) * Estimated no.
The 2008 abortion ratio was 234 abortions per 1,000 live births, a 1% increase over 2007.
However, the abortion ratio has not changed from 2005 to 2008 (22 abortions per 100 pregnancies).
The hospital unsafe abortion ratio so derived--the tip of the iceberg--is further adjusted based on the evidence that most unsafe induced abortions do not lead to complications requiring hospitalization; therefore a multiplier of between 2 and 7 (10-14) is applied to the hospital unsafe abortion ratio to arrive at an estimate of the national unsafe abortion ratio.
The abortion ratio in TAPE with girls 12 years old and up, was a remarkably low i percent.
We estimated the national abortion ratio by combining our abortion counts with National Center for Health Statistics data on the number of U.
There is also a rise in the abortion ratio among black women with two or more live births in states wi th family caps.
The abortion ratio, defined as the number of abortions per 1,000 live births, was 256 in 1999, compared with 264 reported for 1998; the abortion rate for these 48 reporting areas was 17 per 1,000 women aged 15-44 years for 1999, the same as in 1997 and 1998.
The abortion ratio (abortions per 100 pregnancies ending in birth or abortion) is higher in the developed regions than in the developing regions (42% vs.