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live·birth

, live birth (līv-bĭrth),
The birth of an infant who shows postnatal evidence of life.
See also: liveborn infant.

live·birth

, live birth (līv-bĭrth)
The birth of an infant who shows postnatal evidence of life.
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In the United States, the rate of stillbirths was reported as 6.41 per 1000 deliveries (stillbirths and livebirths) in 2004.
In USA it has been reported constant as 32/1000 births,1 whereas the incidence of high order multiples is 147/100000 livebirths. In the United Kingdom, twin pregnancy rates are 14.7/1000 maternities.
New estimates of Down syndrome risks at chorionic villus sampling, amniocentesis, and livebirth in women of advanced maternal age from a uniquely defined population.
Worldwide, out of the total 133 million livebirths, 3.7 million die in neonatal period.
Analysis of the infant mortality rate in no Brazil from 2006 to 2016 showed a reduction from 12.6 per 1000 livebirths in 2006 to 10.3 per 1000 livebirths in 2016, i.e., a national percentage variation of -25.2%.
In the large study of European Surveillance of Congenital Anomalies (2003-2007), the prevalence of congenital abnormalities was estimated to be 2.39 percent of all livebirths, fetal deaths, and terminated pregnancies (Dolk, Loane, and Game 2010).
Its prevalence is around one in every 1,000 livebirths [2].
Oliveira et al., "Congenital Zika virus syndrome in Brazil: a case series of the first 1501 livebirths with complete investigation," The Lancet, vol.
The reported prevalence is approximately 4 in 10,000 livebirths and accounts for 4 to 6% of all congenital heart defects [1].
(2005) also showed an association between age and stillbirth (OR 2); however, the difference, between the baseline stillbirth rates of white women (3 stillbirths/1000 livebirths) and black women (6.5 stillbirths/1000 livebirths) in this study, demonstrates that there are factors other than age that influence how often there is a stillbirth outcome.
Perinatal transmission of HIV-1: Lack of impact of maternal HIV infection on characteristics of livebirths and on neonatal mortality in Kigali, Rwanda.
Prevalence of birth defects in Korean livebirths, 2005-2006.