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Synonyms for rate

Synonyms for rate

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

to acquire as a result of one's behavior or effort

to reprimand loudly or harshly

Synonyms for rate

a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit

a quantity or amount or measure considered as a proportion of another quantity or amount or measure

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be worthy of or have a certain rating

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estimate the value of

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Although we demonstrated a decline in the stillbirth rate in the predominantly coloured population, it became more difficult to obtain clean data at the end of the study period because distinctions between racial groups were no longer made.
Stillbirth rates were inversely related to education, ranging from 2.
The findings of the higher stillbirth rates remain controversial, but on the basis of these concerns, it was recommended that monochorionic twins--even "uncomplicated" cases--should be offered elective delivery at 34-37 weeks' gestation, with decisions made after careful discussion and informed consent.
Comparison of perinatal mortality rates according to HIV status for the combined study population HIV-positive HIV-negative Untested Stillbirth rate 17.
Non-Hispanic blacks have the highest stillbirth rate at 11.
3) In South Africa the estimated neonatal mortality rate is 21/1 000 live births and the stillbirth rate 18/1 000 deliveries, (4) figures far higher than those in industrialised countries.
DENBIGHSHIRE Poor on smoking, emergency admissions to hospitals, surgical interventions for glue ear and varicose veins; good stillbirth rate, adults registered with dentists, coronary artery bypass graft, and antibacterial prescribing.
In some regions, the stillbirth rate is the highest in Europe.
But the 17-year study of pregnancy outcomes in women with lupus did show two encouraging trends: a slight decrease in the stillbirth rate of these infants; and an indication that, although they are still more likely to be born early, the infants are growing better in utero.
The inquiry team ruled that natal care at Forth Park compared with any other maternity hospital in Scotland, and the stillbirth rate was lower than at other hospitals.
By intervening in cases where there's an abnormal cord, the stillbirth rate could possibly be halved.
In both the intermediate and low-stress groups, the stillbirth rate was around 0.
IRELAND'S stillbirth rate is 40 per cent lower than Britain's because of the greater use of ultrasound scans.
9% in the expectant management group and a stillbirth rate of 0.
6 per 1,000 singleton births, twice as high as the overall national stillbirth rate of 3.