expulsion rate

expulsion rate

In gynecology, the rate of spontaneous rejection of intrauterine contraceptive devices in the group of women who use them. It is usually expressed with respect to the time elapsed following implantation.
See: Cardinal Movements at Birth - step 8
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Last night, a leading children's charity said the Birmingham expulsion rate was concerning because it was above the national average.
The expulsion rate went up by 100% in the first week and the exam results have been very poor.
The expulsion rate is also disproportionate: Though special education students make up just 10 percent of the enrollment in Texas public schools, they account for 21 percent of expulsions, according to the School-to-Prison Pipeline report published by Texas Appleseed, a nonprofit public interest law center.
Find out student dropout rate, suspension rate and expulsion rate, particularly for high schools.
The cumulative expulsion rate by day 8, which included patients who received a second dose, was 83% in the saline group and 79% in the dry group.
School board members said they also believe the expulsion rate has remained fairly constant in recent years.
SAN DIEGO - Women expelled 54% of intrauterine devices placed immediately after giving birth, compared with a 6% expulsion rate after conventional placement at 6 weeks post partum or later, a study of an indigent population found.
According to that study, Oregon ranks 20th in the nation in its preschool expulsion rate, at just under 6.
This leads to a sweat expulsion rate that is nearly eight times higher than polyester, which leaves the wearer dry and comfortable.
However, the schools have seen a tremendous amount of growth in the period, and the expulsion rate shows a trend of decline.
The expulsion rate at 24 hours was 35/40 (88%) for women between 50-56 days of pregnancy and 33/40 (83%) for women between 57-63 days of pregnancy.
We actually have not had difficulty getting them in within 10 minutes, but we give a 30-minute window," she said, noting that the definitive study on the expulsion rate of IUDs has not yet been done, but that estimates range from 10% to 40%.