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  1. Edge PG
    Malayan Medical Journal, 1933;8:244-52.
    Matched MeSH terms: Vital Statistics
  2. Edge PG
    Matched MeSH terms: Vital Statistics
  3. Edge PG
    Matched MeSH terms: Vital Statistics
  4. Edge PG
    Malayan Medical Journal, 1934;9:188-97.
    Matched MeSH terms: Vital Statistics
  5. Wolfers D
    Med J Malaya, 1965 Sep;20(1):11-8.
    PMID: 4221406
    Matched MeSH terms: Vital Statistics*
  6. Bul Keluarga, 1980 Oct;110:1,4.
    PMID: 12263407
    PIP: Many countries have a wealth of population data already available for utilization. In launching family planning population programs on a national scale every country must establish a long range of integrated programs of evaluation and data collection which will measure the past, current, and future trends in fertility, mortality, and migration patterns. These demographic features and poupulation profiles will assist in charting the strategies, objectives, targets, and survey components to be implemented for the successful launching of a country-wide program. In Malaysia the 10-year period population census, vital registration systems, sample houshold surveys, immigration, emigration, industrialization records, and KAP surveys serve as a source for obtaining population data and for charting population programs. Attention is directed to the census and to essential features of a census as well as to vital registration systems. The population census is a "total process of collecting, compiling and publishing demographic, economic and social data pertaining at a specific time or times to all persons in a country or delimited territory." A census is conducted on a national scale and enumeration is done individually. In Malaysia a De Jure and a De Facto Census are normally conducted. Enumeration is carried out by means of direct interviews or canvasser methods. Malaysia's last census was conducted between May and June 1980. The organization aspects of administering a nationwide census is a long process which may take a couple of years in the planning period. While the census provides a picture on the population at 1 point in time, the vital registration system monitors the continuous process of vital events and performs dual functions: to register vital events and obtain vital records which are legal documents; and to collect statistics about vital events. In Malaysia the registration of births and deaths and marriages is compulsory. Vital statistics may also be obtained from household surveys.
    Matched MeSH terms: Vital Statistics*
  7. Elliot O
    Med J Malaya, 1972 Dec;27(2):95-102.
    PMID: 4268046
    Matched MeSH terms: Vital Statistics
  8. Sansom CL
    J Trop Med Hyg, 1916;19:69-86.
    Contents:
    Vital statistics
    Principal causes of death
    Return op diseases and deaths, 1914 in the Hospitals in Perak, Selangor, Negri Sembilan and Pahang
    Smallpox
    Veneral diseases
    Quarantine station, Port Swettenham
    Estates
    Veterinary
    Quarantine stations
    Metereology
    General
    Perak
    Malaria advisor board
    Institute for Medical Research
    Malaria board bureau, Kuala Lumpur, F.M.S., March 1, 1915. By C. Strickland, Travelling Medical Entomologist, F.M.S.
    An outbreak of fever at Morib in the Federated Malay States
    Matched MeSH terms: Vital Statistics
  9. Lau L
    Med J Malaysia, 1974 Jun;28(4):234-8.
    PMID: 4279021
    Matched MeSH terms: Vital Statistics
  10. Brodie M
    DOI: 10.1177/146642403705800505
    Vital statistics in Malaya are of limited value but annual reports show that the infant mortality in Penang Municipality is 125, in Singapore Municipality 172.2, in the Straits Settlements 165.28, and in the State of Kedah 137 per thousand births. The tables show a similarity to those of large English towns fifty years ago.
    Poverty, ignorance and superstition account for many of these deaths and much maternal ill-health. Children are seldom taken out in infancy and houses are frequently dark, stuffy and closely-shuttered. Solid carbohydrate food is given to infants even during the first month. Congenital Syphilis causes a number of deaths and in an investigation in Singapore of mothers whose infants died in the first year of life 30.9 per cent. were Wassermann-positive.
    Increasing use is made of maternity wards in the Hospitals and in Kuala Lumpur there is a Chinese maternity hospital with a Chinese woman doctor on the staff. The infant death-rate among Malays is much higher than that of other races, who are more willing to make use of the hospitals.
    In the rural areas labour commonly takes place under the most primitive conditions with no help except that of an untrained handy-woman (bidan). A better midwifery service for these areas is gradually being developed and Malay women are being trained to replace the old "bidan" in the villages.
    Education is doing something to inculcate modern views on the bringing up of children. The teaching of personal hygiene to teachers and pupils in the vernacular girls' schools is proving of value, and the Girl Guide movement has given an added interest to this.
    Medical inspection of school children is more complete in the towns than in the rural areas. Dental caries, skin conditions, intestinal worms, and enlarged tonsils are common in the junior schools.
    Tables are given of vital statistics and records of school medical inspection from the reports of the health officers of the Straits Settlements, Singapore, and Kedah. W. H. Peacock.
    Matched MeSH terms: Vital Statistics
  11. FREEDMAN R
    Proc. R. Soc. Lond., B, Biol. Sci., 1963 Dec 10;159:220-45.
    PMID: 14087992 DOI: 10.1098/rspb.1963.0074
    Matched MeSH terms: Vital Statistics*
  12. SINNATHURAY TA
    Med J Malaysia, 1964 Mar;18:205-11.
    PMID: 14157187
    Matched MeSH terms: Vital Statistics*
  13. Aida HN, Dieng H, Ahmad AH, Satho T, Nurita AT, Salmah MR, et al.
    Asian Pac J Trop Biomed, 2011 Dec;1(6):472-7.
    PMID: 23569816 DOI: 10.1016/S2221-1691(11)60103-2
    OBJECTIVE: To generate life table characteristics for the dengue vector Aedes albopictus (A. albopictus) under uncontrolled conditions, incorporating both the aquatic and the adult stages.

    METHODS: Ten females derived from wild pupae were allowed to fully blood-feed on restrained mice. 774 eggs were hatched in seasoned water. F1 larvae were followed for development until their F2 counterparts emerged as adults. Some population parameters were monitored (F1) or estimated (F2).

    RESULTS: A. albopictus exhibited increased fecundity and egg hatch success. Immature development was quick. Immature survival was high, with lowest rate in the pupal stage. Adult emergence was about 81% and sex ratio was close to 1:1. Generational mortality (K) was about 28%. A high proportion of females completed a reproductive cycle and the obtained parity rate was predicted to lead to higher fecundity in the next generation.

    CONCLUSIONS: It can be concluded that natural A. albopictus populations in Penang seem largely determined by quick development in combination with low immature loss and increased oviposition.

    Matched MeSH terms: Vital Statistics
  14. LOURDENADIN S
    Med J Malaysia, 1963 Jun;17:269-73.
    PMID: 14060503
    Matched MeSH terms: Vital Statistics*
  15. Muir CS, Nectoux J
    Isr. J. Med. Sci., 1971 Dec;7(12):1373-9.
    PMID: 5144585
    Matched MeSH terms: Vital Statistics
  16. Tan, Bee Hwai
    MyJurnal
    There is a strong need to reduce costs of hospital and advocating health economics in countries like the United States of America. The rising cost of healthcare globally especially in the United States of America has interestingly outraged the temper of many citizens about the Obamacare and Trumpcare. The issue about high cost in healthcare is the failure for people globally to recognize that healthcare facility is a 24-hour round-the-clock service. It therefore involves doubling of the utility bills, tripling the manpower due to shifts and rest, wear-and-tear of basic electrical devices is short-lived, breakdown period of huge machine is consistently due to overloaded usages in the government hospitals and poor knowledge of the maintenance programme. Low birth weights (LBW) is a public health concern because it has a well-known predisposition to increased risk for perinatal infections, respiratory distress and ultimately mortality. There is also a higher risk of poor health outcomes throughout the life course of the LBW newborns that includes Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, neurodevelopmental disabilities and cardiovascular diseases. The World Health Organization and United Nations Child’s Fund estimate the prevalence of low birth weights in the world ranges from 3% to 32%. Albania in the year 2000 recorded prevalence of low birth weight of 3% whereas Yemen recorded a low birth weight of 32% in 1997. In 2015, the US national vital statistics pointed out that 83.9% of preterm birth (PTB) are LBW. This indicates that prevention of PTB will lead to a decrease in the incidence of LBW.
    Matched MeSH terms: Vital Statistics
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