mortality rate


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The 1-year mortality rate for the group of all high-volume centers plus affiliated low-volume centers was 20.
These declines in the death rate reflected the success of prevention efforts during the 1980s, which resulted in lower rates of infection, which ultimately led to lower mortality rates.
Mutations affect mortality rate in one randomly chosen age class, either prereproductive or postreproductive.
The switch to North Sea Gas in the late 1960s/early 1970s triggered a rapid fall in infant mortality rates and also increasing life expectancy due to less exposure to air pollution in all areas on mains gas.
During the hearing, the chief justice noted that Pakistan has the highestinfant mortality rate and highly irresponsible attitude of parents towards newborns are embarrassing the country.
Some readers will know that the switch to North Sea Gas in the late 1960s/early 1970s triggered a rapid fall in infant mortality rates and also increasing life expectancy due to less exposure to air pollution in all areas on mains gas.
According to the report, the global newborn mortality rate remains alarmingly high, especially in the poorest countries.
Between 1990 and 2016, the mortality rate in this age group dropped by 62 per cent almost two thirds.
Circulatory system diseases remain the main cause of mortality rate in Kyrgyzstan accounting for 51.
I don't feel reassured that our infant mortality rate is that much better than others - it's just right at the national average - so I wouldn't say it's really good.
Sahfiq-ur-Reheman has claimed that the child mortality rate of Tharparkar is less as compared to the mortality rate in other parts of the country.
Niemesh, and Melissa Thomasson, suggest that standard measures overstated the infant mortality rate for African Americans.
The researchers found that the mortality rate for cardiovascular diseases decreased from 507 deaths to 253 deaths per 100,000 persons from 1980 to 2014.
Aim: This study aimed to investigate the perinatal mortality rate with 37 864 deliveries which occured in two different periods in a single center, to compare the components of perinatal mortality and affecting factors with the results of the study related with perinatal mortality which we conducted in 1999 and to emphasize the precautions directed to reduce mortality rates.