How to use Mortality-rate in a sentence

mortality-rate
  • West Hertfordshire has a colorectal cancer mortality rate in the under 75 year olds that is lower than the average for England.

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  • Head injuries have a high mortality rate.

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  • The mortality rate of the Chindits was spectacular, but that bred its own unique esprit de corps among the survivors.

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  • The infant mortality rate had stood at 121 per 1,000 live births.

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  • Canine parvovirus (CPV) can often prove fatal even with prompt treatment, but the widespread use of administering modified live vaccines to young puppies and dogs has lowered the mortality rate.

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  • The mortality rate in the early 2000s is estimated at 0.1-2 percent.

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  • The mortality rate in infants infected with syphilis is about 54 percent.

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  • The mortality rate for these symptomatic newborns is 20 to 30 percent.

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  • Without treatment, the mortality rate is 80 percent.

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  • Even with antiviral medication, the mortality rate is still 15 to 20 percent, with 40 to 55 percent of the survivors having long-term damage to the central nervous system.

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  • The long-term mortality rate for anorexia is estimated at around 10 percent, although some studies give a lower figure of 3 to 4 percent.

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  • They may be the same or different sex, occur twice as frequently as identical twins, and have a mortality rate of 11.5 percent.

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  • The mortality rate for this type of twinning is 9 percent.

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  • Approximately 68 percent of identical twins are in this classification, and they have a mortality rate of 25 percent.

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  • Only 2 percent of identical twins are in this classification, and they have a mortality rate of greater than 50 percent.

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  • The mortality rate for COA infants is about 5 percent.

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  • Women who have an uncorrected coarctation of the aorta have a mortality rate of 10 percent during pregnancy and a 90 percent rate of complications.

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  • Overall, the mortality rate from congenital cardiovascular defects has significantly declined in the past few decades.

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  • The mortality rate for all patients with acute subdural hematoma is about 60 percent.

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  • C-sections have a higher maternal mortality rate than vaginal births with approximately 5.8 women per 100,000 live births dying, and half of these deaths are ascribed to the operation and a coexisting medical condition.

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  • The infant mortality rate is the number of deaths of infants under one year of age per 1,000 live births in a given population.

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  • In 2002, the United States' infant mortality rate varied widely by race of the mother from 14.3 for infants of black mothers to 5.9 for infants of Hispanic mothers to 5.8 for infants of white mothers.

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  • As can be noted, the mortality rate for black infants is more than twice that of white infants.

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  • The overall infant mortality rate in 2002 for all races was 7.0 per 1,000 live births, which was a slight increase over the previous year.

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  • Infant mortality rate is one of the key indicators of a nation's health status.

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  • The U.S. infant mortality rate is of great concern because the United States has fallen to the twenty-second nd place among industrialized nations in infant mortality rankings.

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  • Similarly the infant mortality rate for unmarried mothers is often more than 83 percent higher than the mortality rate for married women.

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  • Likewise, the infant mortality rate is characteristically higher for the infants of mothers who smoke than for those of nonsmokers.

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  • An analysis of the data established that the rise in the infant mortality rate was concentrated in the neonatal period (less than 28 days) and primarily in the first week of life where more than half of all infants' deaths occur.

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  • On the other hand, the perinatal mortality rate (the number of late fetal deaths [28 weeks or more gestation] and early neonatal deaths [less than 7 days] per 1,000 live births) remain unchanged.

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  • The infant mortality rate increased in the United States in 2002 for the first time since 1958, which indicates a need to examine what factors contributed to this raise.

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  • Individuals who develop symptoms within a few days of infection have close to a 100 percent mortality rate.

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  • The mortality rate for infections originating in the head and in newborns is also very high.

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  • The mortality rate for unsuccessfully treated infants is 1-2 percent.

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  • Carbohydrate intolerance has a very low mortality rate.

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  • Untreated hemophilus infections-particularly meningitis, sepsis, and epiglottitis-have a high mortality rate.

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  • Bacterial sepsis of the newborn has a mortality rate of 13-50 percent.

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  • In countries that do not have routine immunization against this infection, the mortality rate varies from 1.5 to 25 percent.

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  • The mortality rate for Reye's syndrome is between 30 and 50 percent.

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  • The mortality rate in cases without complications is less than 0.1 percent.

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  • A one-month mortality rate of 55 percent and a six-month mortality rate of 86 percent has been reported due to congenital heart disease.

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  • The Netherlands was also recently found to have the highest infant mortality rate in Western Europe, which officials claim is unrelated to the relatively large percentage of births happening at home.

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  • While this may sound severe, it is important to mention that the mortality rate of H1N1 is lower than that of seasonal flu, and if proper precautions are taken there is no need for panic about this disease.

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