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Type Journal Article - Journal of Christian Nursing
Title Infant Mortality in Central Asia: Sad Statistics Come to Life
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Volume 31
Issue 2
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2014
Page numbers 117-119
URL http://journals.lww.com/journalofchristiannursing/Abstract/2014/06000/Infant_Mortality_in_Central_As​ia__Sad_Statistics.15.aspx
Abstract
ABSTRACT: The 2010 Afghanistan Mortality Survey estimates that for every 1,000 births, 73 infants and 3 to 5 women die. In this article, a nurse relays the very personal story of a young mother losing her infant in childbirth in Afghanistan and makes suggestions for how nurses can get involved in improving women's health in developing countries.

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Meyers R, Melissa. "Infant Mortality in Central Asia: Sad Statistics Come to Life." Journal of Christian Nursing 31, no. 2 (2014): 117-119.
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