crude mortality rate


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crude mortality rate

Epidemiology The mortality rate from all causes of death for a population
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i] is the sum over j, with j [not equal to] i, of deaths among residents of i attributable to the exposure in j, which were estimated based on the person-years at risk spent in municipality j by residents of i, the crude mortality rate for municipality i ([r.
example, the crude mortality rate has declined from 4-5 deaths per day in July
This group of experienced public health assessors estimated that, within the first month of the crisis, approximately 50 000 refugees died, averaging a crude mortality rate of 35 per 10 000 per day.
She added that North Korea's crude mortality rate has surged from 6.
1-fold) increase in the crude mortality rate for Haiti, where -90,000 deaths are expected to occur annually (8).
Standard thresholds in emergency situations Crude Mortality Rate (total population) = 1 deaths / 10,000 / day Children Under Five Mortality Rate = 2 deaths / 10,000 / day Childhood Global Malnutrition (total of severe and moderate malnourished) = 15 percent Childhood Severe Acute Malnutrition = 2 percent
Famine is defined as a crude mortality rate of more than 2 people per 10,000 per day and wasting rates of above 30 percent in children under 5 years old across an entire region, according to the U.
The crude mortality rate was 55/1,000 in the atrial arrhythmia group compared with 9/1,000 among controls.
For the 5 years studied, the crude mortality rate from diabetes as an underlying cause remained relatively stable, around 50 per 100 000 inhabitants.
Although the crude mortality rate decreased from 50.
Although recent declines have been observed in the unintentional injury--related crude mortality rate per 100,000 persons aged 0-19 years (from 15.