mortality rate


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Also, black and American Indian and Alaska Native women experienced the highest postneonatal infant mortality rates of any groups, with death rates more than twice that of white women.
EMR Effectiveness: The Positive Benefit Electronic Medical Record Adoption has on Mortality Rates," the whitepaper describing the study, methodology and findings, is available at www.
The number of deaths in Bulgaria for 2013 is 104,345 and the crude mortality rate is 14.
9 ranking of hospitals with the highest and lowest mortality rates across the county.
A team led by Charles Holahan, a psychologist at the University of Texas found that those who did not consume any alcohol appeared to have a higher mortality rate, regardless of whether they were former heavy drinkers or not, than those who drank heavily, the Independent reported.
The mortality rate for state prisoners increased from 245 deaths per 100,000 prison inmates in 2010 to 254 per 100,000 in 2011.
His statistical analysis finds that the real infant mortality rate in Cuba is comparable to that of middle-income countries in Latin America, such as Chile and Costa Rica, and not the world's richest nations.
NUNEATON'S George Eliot Hospital has been named among the worst in the country for its mortality rate.
After the investigators controlled for risk factors including age, race, sex, smoking status, and comorbid conditions, the all-cause mortality rate was determined for the patients with kidney disease.
Wales has gone from having the highest infant mortality rate in the UK to the lowest in little over a decade.
The study, "Infant and Under-5 Mortality Rate Research in Turkey," was conducted in April and May 2012 and presented to the World Health Organization (WHO) in September.
A total of 135 deaths occurred from October 1992 (the first postrelease death) through December 2009, from a maximum population-at-risk of 352 birds, for a cumulative crude mortality rate of 38%.
For example, the mortality rate in Bryncethin ward, Bridgend, which was correctly quoted as 1,499 per 100,000 based on ONS's standard method, would be only 1,048 per 100,000 using WHO's standard population.
For example, the mortality rate in Bryncethin ward, Bridgend - which you correctly quoted as 1,499 per 100,000 based on ONS's standard method - would be only 1,048 per 100,000 using WHO's standard population.