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The effect of maternal anthropometric characteristics and social factors on birth weight of child in small town hospital of Gandevi block of Navsari district.

Nitin Solanki, Abhay Kavishwar, Vipul Chaudhari, Nilay Chhasatiya.

Background: In India low birth weight (LBW) (

Key words: Low birth weight; Multivariate logistic regression, Receiver-operating characteristic

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