10 percent of the majority of premature infants in Africa and AsiaStriking inequalities between developing and developed countries in the survival chances of premature infants read .Approximately 13 million preemies born each year worldwide, according the first global overview of preterm births published today in the international public health journal, the Bulletin of the World Health Organization. ‘Nearly 11 million of these premature infants in Africa and Asia, where many do not have access to effective care are born,’says lead author Dr Lale Say, from the Department of Reproductive Health and Research at the World Health Organization. – ‘A baby weighing less than 2000g has little chance of survival if born in a developing country,’said Say. ‘On the other hand, has given birth to a baby born at 32 weeks in a developed country like survival rates than at full forward. ‘.

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