Maternal and infant health reference manual, Mississippi, 1980-1983.

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Published by Office of Public Relations, Mississippi State Dept. of Health in [Jackson, Miss .

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  • Childbirth -- Mississippi -- Statistics.,
  • Birthweight -- Mississippi -- Statistics.,
  • Mothers -- Mississippi -- Social conditions -- Statistics.,
  • Fetal death -- Mississippi -- Statistics.,
  • Infants -- Mississippi -- Mortality -- Statistics.,
  • Prenatal care -- Mississippi -- Statistics.,
  • Mississippi -- Statistics, Medical.,
  • Mississippi -- Statistics, Vital.

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ContributionsMississippi. Bureau of Health Services., Mississippi. Division of Public Health Statistics.
LC ClassificationsRG530.3.M7 M38 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2496462M
LC Control Number87621218

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