life expectancy

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an expected time to live as calculated on the basis of statistical probabilities

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They constructed a model assuming biannual ultrasound follow-up, and a 20-year expected life span after diagnosis.
This discovery adds an important clue for understanding why there is a difference in the expected life span between men and women," Kyung-Jin Min of Inha University said.
ISLAMABAD -- Daily heat swings during summer may affect the health condition of elderly people who suffer from chronic disease and reduce their expected life span.
Talwanese people who exercise for 15 minutes a day, or 92 minutes per week, extend their expected life span by three years compared to people who are inactive, according to a study by The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston.
If the trains and infrastructure can go beyond the expected life span maintaining highest standards of safety it is well and good.
The Government could also save on health care costs, just divide the predicted life span into the expected life span say 37 into 80 and she is in the 2.
Mean age at time of death for patients with NE was 10 years less than the expected life span for women and 3 years less than the expected life span for men (mean age at time of death in Sweden in 2003 was 78 years for men and 82 years for women; www.
We all love a reliable car, domestic aid or TV -the one that just defies expectations and keeps going long after its expected life span.
He also said the expected life span was 67 years in the world while such figure was 74 years in Turkey.
Everything down to the processors themselves has to be built to withstand large amounts of radiation over an expected life span of 15 years, so Cisco turned to specialized component providers.
Compared to steel piping systems, which are prone to internal corrosion, pitting and the formation of pin-hole leaks well before the end of their expected life span, high density polyethylene pipe does not corrode and provides an equal or greater level of performance and safety.
Crum-Cianflone said it may partly have to do with the fact that with improved HAART, HIV has essentially become a chronic condition with lower rates of comorbid infections and a longer expected life span.
The complaint cites policy maturity dates that sometimes exceed the senior's expected life span, high surrender charges up to 15%, and allegedly misleading "immediate bonuses" as evidence of violations.
The expected life span of a manager these days is just one year and 11 days.
The expected life span of the village is three years; such is the magnitude of recovery.