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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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National, regional, and worldwide estimates of stillbirth rates in 2015, with trends from 2000: a systematic analysis.
In the regression model, factors that were associated with a higher natural log for the stillbirth rate included the natural log of the neonatal mortality rate (with each unit increase associated with a 0.
Pakistan has highest stillbirth rate in the world, which is an alarming scenario.
Similarly, although the documented stillbirth rate of 30 per 1000 births recorded in this survey of facilities in Punjab is below the national average of 47 per 1000 births23 but there is still a clear need to renew efforts to improve both the availability and quality of EmONC in this setting.
13) Another report from WHO collaborating centers in Argentina, Egypt, India, Peru, South Africa and Vietnam, the stillbirth rate was 12.
The stillbirth rate of 102 per 1,000 births in this study is high, albeit lower than 201 per 1,000 births reported among twin deliveries at Uyo in Nigeria (9).
We are worried that the stillbirth rate will continue to rise because an increasing number of pregnant women are unemployed and without insurance, and thereby excluded from the Greek National Healthcare System's obstetric care," authors Nikolaos Vlachadis and Eleni Kornarou wrote (http://www.
This study found that absolute educational inequality in stillbirth persisted in Quebec between 1981 and 2009, despite a reduction in the stillbirth rate for all education groups.
Using NHS records, the team identified 92,218 normally-formed single babies, including 389 stillbirths, from 24 weeks of gestation, delivered during 2009-11 (a stillbirth rate of 4.
Outcome measures include stillbirth rate, early neonatal death rate, and perinatal mortality rate.
Carbon monoxide levels affected the stillbirth rate during the second trimester while sulfur dioxide levels affected the rate in the first and third trimesters.
Average abortion rate, stillbirth rate, twin and single birth rates of Swedish Red and White cattle were as 4.
In addition to congenial malformation and caesarean delivery, this study highlights the importance of paternal education regarding stillbirth rate in this area.
78 percent) had experienced infant death in the first pregnancy, while the remaining 317,867 women had an infant in their first pregnancy who survived the first year of life, whereas within the study population, 1,347 cases of stillbirth occurred during the second pregnancy, representing a stillbirth rate of 4.