survivorship rate

survivorship rate

proportion of the population that are still alive at successive annual ages.
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However, the longer-term function of meniscus transplants remains questionable because the survivorship rate of the transplants decreases to between 40 and 15 percent at 15 years," said Dr.
Outcomes gradually improved, with survivorship rate of approximately 80% at 10 years.
Database tracking more than 150,000 hip implants shows ceramicized metal devices achieve highest survivorship rate five years after surgery
The annual enterprise budget is the steady-state operational budget, and includes the percent return on the investment, the break-even price, and the break-even survivorship rate (see Table 8 for an example annual enterprise budget for an operation initiated in the winter at a high-salinity site).
where p denotes the expected annual survivorship rate, with the superscripted * denoting the realized annual survivorship rate.
The birds have a great survivorship rate and are becoming savvy in the wild and have been embraced by the people of Arizona and Utah.
and the five-year survivorship rate for Latinas is lower than for non-Latina whites.
The Kaplan-Meier method was used to calculate the survivorship rate of the fully porous-coated hip resurfacing system.
ARS geneticist Michael Casler analyzed 5-year survivorship rates of switchgrass varieties planted at four locations in Illinois and Wisconsin.
With the increase in cancer survivorship rates and the recent advances in Assisted Reproductive Technology, more and more cancer patients are making the decision to preserve their fertility.
She is still involved in the group with research she was leading on survivorship rates of patients with cancer.
ii] In the 2013 Australian National Joint Registry, total hips utilizing the combination of ceramicised metal on XLPE was shown to have higher survivorship rates of any total hip construct utilizing other bearing combinations.