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the quality or state of being mortal

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We also performed univariate and multivariate logistic regression analyses to estimate all-cause mortality between the two groups.
Given the complex impact of HT, all-cause mortality represents an important summary outcome in assessing the safety of 5 to 7 years of HT use.
Approximately 4500 individuals had only prospective follow-up data available on all-cause mortality at the time of analyses; thus the numbers of participants in the prospective cancer analyses are less than for the all-cause mortality analyses.
Association Between Sauna Bathing and Fatal Cardiovascular and All-Cause Mortality Events.
Determination of All-Cause Mortality. The primary outcome of this study was all-cause mortality, which is a robust and unbiased index that does not require adjudication to avoid biased clinical assessments or documentation [20].
All-cause mortality at 6 weeks in this intention-to-treat group, of whom more than 80% had hematologic malignant disease, was 19% in the isavuconazole group (48 of 258) and 20% (52 of 258) in the voriconazole group.
During the study, men in the highest fifth of aerobic fitness at baseline had a 41 percent lower risk for all-cause mortality than those in the lowest fifth.
The researchers found 45 randomized controlled trials and 98 meta-analyses that evaluated disease-specific or all-cause mortality. Reductions in disease-specific mortality were uncommon and reductions in all-cause mortality were very uncommon.
Results of a new study dispute the hypothesis that calcium supplementation, with or without vitamin D, increases coronary heart disease or all-cause mortality risk in elderly women.
A new analysis from the Aerobics Center Longitudinal Study found that drinking more than 28 cups of coffee a week is associated with an increase in all-cause mortality. Men who drank more than four cups of coffee per day, on average, had a 21 percent increased risk of all-cause mortality, while the risks for women who consumed that much coffee were lower.
This review found the lowest all-cause mortality among people with a BMI of 25 - <30, who are considered to be overweight.
Motor vehicle records, or MVRs, could become the next popular predictive data source for calculating an individual's all-cause mortality. A study by LexisNexis and RGA Reinsurance Co.
They estimated the daily burden of mortality in World Health Organization (WHO) subregions classified as sporadically impacted, using concentration-response coefficients for the association between short-term elevations in P[M.sub.2.5] from LFS and all-cause mortality. In subregions classified as chronically impacted, the annual burden of mortality was estimated using the American Cancer Society study coefficient for the association between long-term P[M.sub.2.5] exposure and all-cause mortality.
Prospective study of serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D level, cardiovascular disease mortality, and all-cause mortality in older US adults.