The review was prompted by a report from the Perinatal and Maternal Mortality Review Committee (PMMRC) which found that Counties Manukau DHB has had higher than average perinatal mortality rates.
What does PNM stand for?
PNM stands for Perinatal Mortality (statistic)
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We have 60 other meanings of PNM in our Acronym Attic
- Paynesville New London Spicer (hockey club; Paynesville, MN)
- Penalized Nonlinear Least Squares
- Perceived Noise Level, Tone (correction factor)
- Port Numbay Leaf Tobacco (Indonesia)
- Pudendal Nerve Latency Test
- Pamantasan Ng Makati (Makati University, Philippines)
- Parallel Neighborhood Model
- Patientnämndens kansli Mariestad (Swedish)
- Paysagiste Nouveau Monde (French: New World Landscape)
- People's National Movement (Trinidad)
- Peripheral Dysostosis-nasal Hypoplasia-Mental Retardation
- Perpustakaan Negara Malaysia (National Library, Malaysia)
- Perspectives of New Music (publication)
- Platform Noise Monitoring Manual
- Pop'n Music (music game)
- Potential New Member (various organizations)
- Power Company of New Mexico
- Price Negotiation Memorandum
- Progressive Networks Metafile (URL of Real Audio File in .ram files)
- Public Service Company of New Mexico
Samples in periodicals archive:
Keeping newborns warm is an important condition that influences perinatal mortality.
The incidence of perinatal mortality caused by malaria is estimated to be 25 to 80 per 1000 per year in endemic nations.
Washington, July 5 ( ANI ): A policy of single embryo transfer (SET) reduces the risk of perinatal mortality in infants born as a result of IVF and ICSI, a new study has revealed.
These include lower birth weight, pre-term birth, placental complications and perinatal mortality.
Meta-analysis of the non-randomised studies also showed a significant reduction in perinatal mortality (0.
In spite of a steady decline in perinatal mortality in First-World countries, it is feared that the HIV epidemic will negate any progress made in this regard in developing countries.
Despite undergoing surgical repair, women can continue to experience the effects of obstetric fistula, including infertility, spontaneous abortion, and perinatal mortality, which warrants further attention.