morbidity


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Synonyms for morbidity

the relative incidence of a particular disease

an abnormally gloomy or unhealthy state of mind

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Until Morbidity Week 33, dengue deaths in Negros Occidental were only 39, and Kabankalan City only had four recorded deaths previously.
they can be cause of psychiatric morbidity or psychiatric issues and stress can exacerbate these physical symptoms.
For the current analysis--a population-based, cohort-nested, case-control analysis of study data--the investigators compared 2,500 case patients (8% had twin pregnancies) and 3,650 controls (2% had twin pregnancies) who did not experience severe acute maternal morbidity during that time period (odds ratio, 4.7).
During the study period, severe maternal morbidity increased roughly 170% for each group.
The caesarean section rate is increasing worldwide as there are numerous factors which contribute to decrease in vaginal birth after caesarean section and although repeat caesarean sections are associated with serious morbidity there are only a few studies which assess the risk of placenta praevia and accreta in repeat caesarean section.
Morbidity can be defined as any deviation from the state of normal physical and mental well-being.
THE RATE OF SEVERE maternal morbidity in the United States has climbed steadily since 2006, increasing 45% overall in the decade ending in 2015, according to a new report from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality that also found large ethnic and racial, geographic, and socioeconomic variation in rates of severe maternal morbidity.
Admon, M.D., from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and colleagues used 2012 to 2015 data from the National Inpatient Sample to define the prevalence of chronic conditions and incidence of severe maternal morbidity among deliveries to non-Hispanic white, non-Hispanic black, Hispanic, Asian or Pacific Islander, and Native American or Alaska Native women.
significance of maternal morbidity assessment and identifying reasons
A cross sectional study was conducted in the Medical wards of Services Hospital Lahore from 17th May 2017 to 12th June 2017 to study the morbidity profile of chronic diseases in geriatric patients.
Quality of life and psychiatric morbidity were assessed using Dermatology Life Quality Index (DLQI) questionnaire and General Health Questionnaire - 28 (GHQ - 28), respectively.
Morbidity to donar site (Illiac crest ) was evaluated postoperatively at 3rd month..
Thus, in this investigation, we decided to analyze serum levels of HMGB1, which may be considered an endogenous sterile driver of inflammation and/or autoimmune response, in order to verify whether high levels of this molecule may represent an alarm signal for pregnancy morbidity.
The prevalence of one gynecological morbidity was 20.1% (95% CI: 0.10-2.20 %).