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Vital Statistics Rates in the United States 1900-1940Q

By Grove, Robert D., Ph. D.

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Title: Vital Statistics Rates in the United States 1900-1940Q  
Author: Grove, Robert D., Ph. D.
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Medical research, Medical reports
Collections: Medical Library Collection
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Publisher: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Grove, Ph. D, R. D. (n.d.). Vital Statistics Rates in the United States 1900-1940Q. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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INTRODUCTION: The year 1940 completes a period of 41 years for which the Bureau of the Censps has compiled and published annual vital statistics reports. Starting with mortality data for only 10 States and a number of cities in 1900, the annual publications prepared by the Division of Vital Statistics have expanded both in detail of tabulation and in geographic coverage. The collection of birth statistics was initiated in 1915, and since 1933 data for both births and deaths have been available for the United States as a whole. The 1940 population census is partictiarly significant to vital statisticians, since, for the fist time in the history of the United States, national vital statistics data and the corresponding population figures necessary for adequate analysis are both available.

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CONTENTS OhaDter ., P.—acO-. I~Introduotion -------------------------------------------------- 11. ClassificfbtiOnandtabuktionof titalstatktics data ---------------- Theproblem of clwsMcation -------------------------------- ~laseifi~a~ibnpf age, race, and sex--------------------------- Geo@dph ocksqifi~ation ----------------------------------- Cause~of:i’?athcl~ps” ~ation -------------------------------- 111, Definition ~n~,~nterpreta?.ioq.ofvital statktics rates --------------- Analysls of mor@li~y W.d natality data--------- -------------- Detiitionofrat~ addi~i~~s .:.- ----------------------- --- --- Interpretatiori of, vital statwtlcd rates ------------------------ Crude death rat.e -------‘---------- ------ -------.------ - -------- - . - -- Speotio deathrates-::-::::-::::--------------------------- Infant mortality rate--; :-:-: -::--------------------------- Neonatal mortality r~te::::::.::--------------------;-.-:-: Under 5,ye&r.dbath rate::: ------‘“------------- ----------- . -- Maternal mbrtaEty rate-----:: ----------------------------- Dwthrafios-------::--:-:-::----------------------------- : Case-fatahty rate: -.:-----: -::----------------------------- Morbitityra~w-::----:----:::----------------------------- Crude birth rate - L- ------ - --- - ------------------ ---------- Fertility rate~-y---,- - ------.-------.-.--.-.------------------------ Specific birthrates:-;~:-:::------------------------------- Crude bt~lbhthr~tid:-::::::------------------------------- Bfith-deathratjo -.7---,--‘-:------- +--:----------- ------------ ------- IV, Adjusted death rates andoth~mdlces ofmortallty ---------------- Needfor hdiOesof tiort@l~~y------------------------:------ . Publication of stahdatdiz’ed rates---------------------------- The&ect tiethod--:--::---------------------------------- TKetiWect mbthdd:.:::---------------------------------- Makeshifte forinterce~hl ywrs ----------------------------- Comparisomofthe direci andindirect methods --------- ------- The lMetable death rate ----------------------------------- Standard populatiop~-------------------------------------- The method of equivalent average death rates ---------------- Therelatlve mortality bdex--------------------------:-%---, S eci cobjectives andcriteriq formortality indices ------ &nc&flion--.:--: -----&-------------.--------------111111 V. Description and bx’”lanation of tables---- Selection of ta~~es--------. --.--. --11111;~lll11~~171~lJ~ ~~~ hangemedt of tabl=-----:----------------.==------------ Description of tablw--------------------:.---,:=----------- Methods of computtig ratm---------------: =:=== ----------- E~hnation of tablw----.-----------.----====-=--:------.: Tabular indexes to rate and popuhtion @blea==-=. J==-=------- General ~ort~tity=-------------------i=-...-.-.’------- Infant mortahty-------: - ---.-------: --====--------- ---, Maternal mortakty-----------;-----l.--=:---:--------- Stitilbkth------J------,----.----------.==------=----- Natality ------- ~------- - ---- --------------- - ----------- Popuiation- ---------------- -------------------- -LA---- Cross-reference of population and~ate’tiblw ------------- .- m .— 1 .

 

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