excess mortality

excess mortality

[ikses′]
Etymology: L, excedere, to go out, mortalis, mortal
a premature death, or one that occurs before the average life expectancy for a person of a particular demographic category.
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Dr Richard Pebody, PHE's head of seasonal flu surveillance, said there had been n "significant excess mortality, particularly in the elderly", with the flu and cold snap "important causes".
As part of Sahlgrenska Academy Study on Ischemic Stroke (SAHLSIS), for the healthy controls, excess mortality was also greater among men particularly those living alone, she found.
That said, IBS is not known to be associated with the development of serious disease or with excess mortality.
We also used univariate analyses and multivariate stepwise regression models to explore the association between the variables of province-level estimates of peak timing, excess mortality rate, and RR for death and the variables of latitude, population size, population density, and infant mortality rates.
2014), we agree that socioeconomic and demographic factors can have profound impacts on the estimated excess mortality in a changing climate.
Two factors are probably driving the excess mortality, they noted: insufficient tobacco use counseling and treatment, and the absence of regular cancer screenings.
UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Somalia Philippe Lazzarini said the momentum of the humanitarian response in Somalia has to be maintained for a country still recovering from the 2011 famine, which killed over 260,000 people in excess mortality.
The thesis shows that the vaccine against diphtheria, tetanus and whooping cough appear to be linked to an increased mortality among girls compared with boys, and it may contribute to the excess mortality among girls.
9] The study found excess mortality in the immediate ART arm, most probably due to IRIS, although this information was not collected systematically.
Katz developed a formula that would apply the excess mortality in women aged 50-59 years who had a hysterectomy to the entire population of comparable U.
Dr Syed Zahid Jamal, the moderator of the program in his address to the participants said, "Heart failure is a devastating disease that causes debilitating symptoms and excess mortality, affecting millions of people in our country.