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Statistical Analysis Of Infant Motality Rate Download Project


ABSTRACT
This project work titled “statistical analysis of infant mortality rate” a case study of Yusuf Dantsoho memorial Hospital Tudun Wada Kaduna. From 2008-2014. The data collected used for this project is secondary in nature; obtained from the medical record office of Yusuf Dantsoho Memorial Hosptial Tudun Wada Kaduna. This project aimed at testing if  the number of death are equally effective the gender. 


The Kruskal-wallis test was used to test if the number of death are equally effective the gender. It was discover that the number of death are not equally affected the gender. Using the fried-man test is to test whether the six selected disease are contribute equally to sexes. It was found that the morbidity of six selected disease are not contribute equally to infant death. 


The chi-square test of independences was used to test whether the morbidity of six selected diseases and sex of infant are dependent. It was discover that the six selected diseases and sex of infant are dependent. It is recommended that mothers should be educated to take care of their children during the period.     


TABLE OF CONTENT

Cover page         

Title page            

Declaration         

Approval page    
Dedication          
Acknowledgment
Notations, symbols & abbreviation 
Table of content   
Abstract.      

CHAPTER ONE
1.0     Introduction       
1.0.1  Nature of health statistics           
1.1     Background of the study     
1.2     Brief history of Yusuf Dan-Tsoho Memorial Hospital          
1.3     Statement of the problem                 
1.4     Significance of the study         
1.5     Aims and objective       
1.6     Sources and limitation        
1.7     Defination of terms and concepts   
CHAPTER TWO
2.0     Literature review         
2.1     Infant welfare      
CHAPTER THREE              
3.0     Introduction              
3.1     Method of data collection   
3.2     Source of data collection    
3.3     Statistical tools used  
  
CHAPTER FOUR

4.0     Introduction           
4.1     Date presentation  
4.2     Data analysis I     
4.3     Data analysis II   
4.4     Data analysis III  
CHAPTER FIVE
5.0     Summary, conclusion and Recommendation   
5.1     Summary             
5.2     Conclusion               
5.3     Recommendation          
REFERENCES          
CHAPTER ONE
1.0     INTRODUCTION
For a proper source of health statistics, it is very necessary to note that type of data can be collected to satisfy some desired objective will be broadly based on the product of some other processes. These types of information on health from the fundamental set of statistics indicators or monitoring health statistics.

 However, we talk of statistics data, we generally down or attention to published and unpublished sources. The published source are the data obtained from statistical abstracts, bulletins, research reports, enlarged, journal, daily newspaper, magazines etc. while the unpublished sources are the original data that are found in files,  logbooks and various registration forms which can be used by some researchers as well as the government establishment for some specific objectives.
 
Health statistics can be supplied the record officer of a hospital, the state ministry of health, the health services management board and the state health office. The World Health Organization (WHO) statistical year book on epidemiologist and vital statistics do provide some detail information on health data.

In the case of this study, the data collected from the original sources, Yusuf Dantsoho Memorial Hospital Kaduna record office. The medical record officer has the task of collecting classifying, tabulating, compiling and analyzing data pertaining to the general aspect of health pattern in the hospital.

Though the conditions and background at which the data was collected is unknown, but investigations show that they are reliable. Meaningful conclusion can be drawn after proper analysis of the data.  

1.0.1 NATURE OF HEALLTH STATISTICS
For a proper planning the government needs to have fundamental knowledge of the total number of people in the country the geographical distribution of this people in relation to rural and urban composition.
However, demographic data on health, planning is particular indispensible. Data on fertility, mortality or even the diseases control can be used in decision making and for the improvements of health conditions and its development in an area.

Any registration system should provide adequate statistics, which could form the basis for informed national decision.
 
There should be provision for a central or local agency which, among other things could gather analyze and disseminate basic vital (and health) statistics. 

Some other areas which have some certain characteristics are also essential considering the fact that certain health problems are more pronounced in some areas.

Morbidity and mortality are influenced by the process of economics development (unemployed, inflations, bad housing etc) and the distribution of health services. Three are five main types of data that can be collected for planning and these are:-

i.    Population data:- information mainly on mortality and doctors, nurses etc
ii.   Health service cost: - the cost of producing health to people when data are collected through the above ways proper planning can be carried out of health programme. This work is based on health problem information and which was recorded monthly.
iii.  Health problems data:- information mainly on mobility and morbidity
iv.  Health services resources:- Data on the services of medical personnel like their efficiency.
v.   Health services achievement:- effect of health services on people, towns, villages etc.


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