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GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF BIRTH DEFECTS IN IRAQ

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF BIRTH DEFECTS IN IRAQ

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF BIRTH DEFECTS IN IRAQ

 
Yazar : Zainab Mohammed Ameen    
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Baskı Yılı : 2023
Sayı : 77
Sayfa : 60-72
DOI Number: :
Cite : Zainab Mohammed Ameen , (2023). GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF BIRTH DEFECTS IN IRAQ. Route Education and Social Science Journal , 77, p. 60-72. Doi: 10.17121/ressjournal.3339.
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Özet
This study came to shed light on one of the most important problems faced by newborns in Iraq, namely the phenomenon of birth with congenital deformities, a problem that increased significantly after the first Gulf War in 1990 and the accompanying environmental pollution as a result of the weapons and bombs that the coalition countries threw on Iraq As well as many reasons that will be addressed in the study. The study database was extracted from the Iraqi Ministry of Health / Department of Planning and Resource Development. The study was for a time series that extended from 2010 to 2021 with the exclusion of 2015 because the Iraqi Ministry of Health did not complete the annual report for technical reasons related to the ministry at the time, as well as the study did not include the governorates of the Kurdistan region of Iraq due to the lack of data for it, and thus the study included the central governorates And southern Iraq, which numbered 15 governorates, and this data included information on the cases that were registered in 2019 in Iraq and at the governorate level, and their number was 3589 documented cases according to the variables accompanying each of the cases. The research data was analyzed to reach a statistical spatial analysis of the relationship between these cases. variables. Which was one of the most prominent results is the concentration of the phenomenon under study significantly in Anbar province The number of variables included in the statistical analysis was 13 after excluding variables that we believe are not related to geospatial research. The spatial relationships were also analyzed in the GIS environment using the Jess wedding program The study came out with a set of results that we believe will support decision- makers in developing the necessary solutions.

Anahtar Kelimeler
Cartogram Map – p.value – ARIMA model.

Abstract
This study came to shed light on one of the most important problems faced by newborns in Iraq, namely the phenomenon of birth with congenital deformities, a problem that increased significantly after the first Gulf War in 1990 and the accompanying environmental pollution as a result of the weapons and bombs that the coalition countries threw on Iraq As well as many reasons that will be addressed in the study. The study database was extracted from the Iraqi Ministry of Health / Department of Planning and Resource Development. The study was for a time series that extended from 2010 to 2021 with the exclusion of 2015 because the Iraqi Ministry of Health did not complete the annual report for technical reasons related to the ministry at the time, as well as the study did not include the governorates of the Kurdistan region of Iraq due to the lack of data for it, and thus the study included the central governorates And southern Iraq, which numbered 15 governorates, and this data included information on the cases that were registered in 2019 in Iraq and at the governorate level, and their number was 3589 documented cases according to the variables accompanying each of the cases. The research data was analyzed to reach a statistical spatial analysis of the relationship between these cases. variables. Which was one of the most prominent results is the concentration of the phenomenon under study significantly in Anbar province The number of variables included in the statistical analysis was 13 after excluding variables that we believe are not related to geospatial research. The spatial relationships were also analyzed in the GIS environment using the Jess wedding program The study came out with a set of results that we believe will support decision- makers in developing the necessary solutions.

Keywords
Cartogram Map – p.value – ARIMA model.

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