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IMRInfant Mortality Rate (usually measured per thousand live births)
IMRInstitute of Marine Research
IMRInstitute of Management & Research (India)
IMRIndependent Medical Review
IMRInternational Meshing Roundtable (Sandia National Laboratories; est. 1992)
IMRIndividual Medical Readiness
IMRInstitute for Materials Research
IMRInterrupt Mask Register
IMRInternet Monthly Report
IMRIllness Management and Recovery
IMRInterest Maintenance Reserve
IMRInspection, Maintenance and Repair (offshore industry)
IMRIndependent Marketing Representative
IMRInitial Margin Requirement (finance)
IMRInformation Management Research, Inc (Englewood, CO)
IMRImproved Military Rifle (smokeless powder type)
IMRInstallation Maintenance and Repair
IMRIntegrated Microscopy Resource
IMRIndustrial Mobile Robotics
IMRInteressengemeinschaft Modellraketen (German: Model Rocket Interest Group)
IMRInternational Morab Registry
IMRInformation Management Requirement (US Army)
IMRInside Mac Radio (podcast)
IMRInterchange Modification Report
IMRInterModulation Ratio
IMRIndependent Medical Reviewers
IMRIntegrated Metadata Repository
IMRIdeo Motor Response
IMRImmediate-Mode Rendering
IMRInternational Medical Recruitment
IMRInitial Modification Request
IMRInner-Most (Cell) Region
IMRInstrument Meteorological (Flight) Conditions
IMRIntermediate Module Repeater
IMRIndividuals/Moving Range (statistics)
IMRIndividual Medical Record
IMRInformation Management Representative
IMRIndian Military Review (journal)
IMRInformation Management Review
IMRIndicated Meter Reading (photography)
IMRInterim Materiel Release
IMRInput Message Review
IMRInert Mine, Resin-Filled
IMRIsthmian Medical Research
IMRInformation Model Repository
IMRInventory Management Record
IMRInspection, Maintenance and Replacement (American Petroleum Institute)
IMRInter-Metallic Reaction
IMRIndependent Medical Researcher
IMRInterrupts Mask Register
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The infant mortality rate was highest in the most deprived areas of England at 5.2 deaths per 1,000 live births and lowest in the least deprived areas at 2.7 deaths per 1,000 live births.
Child and infant mortality rates in the Kingdom have declined, though they remain high compared to other Asian countries, according to the World Health Organization's (WHO) representative to Cambodia.
In 2016, the infant mortality rate in the United States was 5.87 infant deaths per 1,000 live births.
The state reported its lowest ever American Indian infant mortality rate of 8.6 deaths per 1,000 live births.
"While we cannot make a direct connection between staffing levels, pressures on our maternity systems, and infant mortality rates there is no doubt overworked and underresourced services cannot deliver the highest-quality care."
The switch to North Sea Gas in the late 1960s/early 1970s triggered a rapid fall in infant mortality rates and also increasing life expectancy due to less exposure to air pollution in all areas on mains gas.
Some readers will know that the switch to North Sea Gas in the late 1960s/early 1970s triggered a rapid fall in infant mortality rates and also increasing life expectancy due to less exposure to air pollution in all areas on mains gas.
"I don't feel reassured that our infant mortality rate is that much better than others - it's just right at the national average - so I wouldn't say it's really good."
The infant mortality rate declined by 7.8% in 2016 compared to 2015 and made 16.6 per 1,000 live births.
The infant mortality rate in the UK is four per 1000 live births - double the Finnish rate.
To find out the variables affecting public health expenditure, variables GDP, death rate, life expectancy at birth, infant mortality rate, infant mortality rate under-5, percentage of population above 65 years, and population growth are used.
The birth and infant deaths data for 2007 were also used to calculate the infant mortality rate at the hospital.
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