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sahilstanlean

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Posted: Sat Oct 10, 2009 08:05 pm

Q - which of the following statement gives the best information about statistical significance , sample size and strenght of association
1 - RR - 2.5 and 95% CI - 2 to 3.1
2 - P < .0004 and alpha error < .05
3 - RR - 5 and 95% CI - .1 to 9.8
4 - P < .05 and RR of 2.5

answer given is "1" ..

Q - IMR though conventionally known as a rate, is a ratio in fact.. to make it a true ratem which one of the following needs to be included in the denominator
1- still birth and neonatal death
2 - still birth only
3 - still birth and abortion
4 - all of above

ans given is option "1" ..
juhidr

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Posted: Sun Oct 11, 2009 02:50 am

Q2 -
Infant mortality rate (IMR) is the number of newborns dying under a year of age divided by the number of live births during the year times 1000.

Option 1 is the best answer (as it includes still birth + neonatal deaths)
If you exclude still birth - then none will be answer.
If you include still birth - then best option is 1.
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