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To assess sex-based differences in the prevalence of risk factor, their management, and differences in the prognosis among acute coronary syndrome ACS in Sri Lanka. Patients diagnosed with ACS were recruited from hospitals throughout the island.

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PIP: At a symposium on sex preference in Asia, represented countries were grouped as follows: a rapid fertility decline, strong son preference, and abnormal sex ratio at birth China, Taiwan, and the Republic of Korea ; b rapid fertility decline, no son preference, and normal sex ratio at birth Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and Thailand ; and c slow fertility decline, strong son preference, and normal sex ratio at birth Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan.

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This article reviews the factors responsible for strong son preference in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan and the reasons for the lack of son preference in Sri Lanka. Abnormal sex ratios are attributed to sex-selective abortions. Sex preference in South Asia in excessive mortality of female children. Mention is made of a higher mortality risk of daughters in Indian households with more older female children. Bairagi is cited for his evidence that in Bangladesh daughters having older sisters have a higher mortality risk. In Pakistan survey indicate that sons are preferred.

Numerous authors are cited for evidence suggesting that fertility might Sri lanks sex lower if son preference were reduced. Bourne and Walker and Das Gupta are identified as authors providing evidence that increased economic opportunities for women, increased women's status, and increased value placed on women's work would reduce the desire for sons. Cain argues for better old-age security and better access to food and medical care. Abeykoon has shown that weakened son preference in Sri Lanka occurred over a year period as improvements were made in women's status.

Parents in Sri Lanka give greater value to the small-family norm than to the sex of the. A slight preference was found in and Discrimination in food and medical care in Sri Lanka was apparent only prior to Sri Lankan women have experienced rapid expansion of literacy and educational attainment, improved life expectancy, and wide economic involvement.

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Abstract PIP: At a symposium on sex preference in Asia, represented countries were grouped as follows: a rapid fertility decline, strong son preference, and abnormal sex ratio at birth China, Taiwan, and the Republic of Korea ; b rapid fertility decline, no son preference, and normal sex ratio at birth Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and Thailand ; and c slow fertility decline, strong son preference, and normal sex ratio at birth Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan.

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Chandradasa M, et al. BJPsych Int. See all "Cited by" articles. MeSH terms Asia Actions. Bangladesh Actions.