primary cause of death

primary cause of death

 Underlying–proximate cause of death, see there.
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The panel, selected in collaboration with the College of American Pathologists, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the National Association of Medical Examiners, reviewed nearly 300 cases to determine whether CEDs contributed to or were the primary cause of death.
MOF is the primary cause of death in trauma patients surviving for seven days (61% of fatalities) [7], while ARDS leads to increased length of stay in ICU and hospital and increased cost of care[8].
In early policy year durations, cancer is the primary cause of death, while in later policy durations, heart disease dominates.
Respiratory tract infections are the primary cause of death in persons with cystic fibrosis, and there are simply no effective therapies for patients infected with Burkholderia and other bacterial species that are resistant to all known antibiotics," said John LiPuma, M.
With the acknowledgement of heart disease as the primary cause of death in the U.
According to the European Society of Cardiology (ESC), of all the deaths recorded in Europe in 2006, as many as 49 per cent listed CVD as the primary cause of death - over 4.
Some facts - Did you know that cardiovascular disease is the primary cause of death in Western countries?
The primary cause of death during the early phase of ARS involving full body exposure to radiation is sepsis resulting from opportunistic infection due to a decline in infection fighting cells known as neutrophils, which are normally made by the bone marrow.
The application of the Hemopurifier to treat Avian Flu is based on evolving research that indicates a primary cause of death in H5N1 infection is the release of inflammatory cells and chemicals known as a "Cytokine Storm.
In real numbers on actual deaths for 2003, cancer has overtaken heart disease as the primary cause of death in the United States in people 45 to 74, and the biggest single cancer has been and continues to be lung cancer," said Fenton, adding that "lung cancer is the second biggest cause of all deaths in the United States.
The original law was passed in 1997 to give teens more experience behind the wheel before they tackle complex driving situations, because vehicle crashes are the primary cause of death for teens and crash statistics show that teen drivers are among the most dangerous on the road.