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proportional

In medical ethics, commensurate, that is, acceptably balanced between the risk for harm and the likelihood of benefit.

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Q. I have found that my body weight has high proportion of water in total weight.. I have found that my body weight has high proportion of water in total weight, and it makes me to take less water and there by increasing my thirst, which in turn stresses my body a lot, what can I do to reduce this problem…..?

A. Your body has a way of compensating when it is lacking something. When you are dehydrated, your body will retain fluids, hence the excess water.
drink plenty of water daily and you will find that you will lose this puffiness as your body adjusts to getting what it needs.

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2003 Italy Smelter workers 100 Proportional mortality study Alexieva et al.
All deaths occurred in our study had hyponatremia (<136), which suggests patients with serum sodium less than 136 had bad prognosis and Proportional mortality was 17.1%, which was statistically insignificant (p=0.26).
Proportional mortality was high (40%) in Patients with Anuria (10 cases) compared to patients with oliguria (12.5%), which was statistically significant (p<0.04) as shown in table 4.
of deaths Snakebite cases snakebite (%) 1999 44 904 1 703 598 38 (6.35) 2000 45 261 1 547 458 31 (6.77) 2001 44 365 1 256 588 36 (6.12) 2002 43 169 1 125 526 31 (5.89) 2003 49 742 1 447 515 26 (5.05) 2004 51 210 1 428 668 38 (5.69) 2005 50 943 1 280 588 28 (4.76) 2006 53 618 1 568 655 36 (5.50) 2007 54 056 1 398 611 28 (4.58) 2008 51 076 1 196 432 15 (3.47) Total 488 344 13 948 5 639 307 (5.44) Snakebite cases per Proportional mortality Year 1 000 admissions rate from snakebite 1999 13.31 2.23 2000 10.11 2.00 2001 13.25 2.86 2002 12.18 2.75 2003 10.35 1.79 2004 13.04 2.66 2005 11.54 2.18 2006 12.21 2.29 2007 11.30 2.00 2008 8.45 1.25 Total 11.54 2.20 Table IV.
Fisher's exact test was used to analyze pesticide data to test if the proportional mortality between treatments was significantly different.
There was a considerable interaction between size-at-release and number of fish released, such that low postrelease densities were subjected to relatively high proportional mortality. Thus, when fish were released in low numbers and at small sizes, the fish were subjected to relatively high proportional mortality rates for long periods of time (while they grew towards the 80-mm-TL ontogenetic shift size) and consequently produced few or no survivors (Fig.
Proportional mortality due to birth defects varied among racial/ethnic
Within this group of infants, proportional mortality due to birth defects ranged
After the groups were separated, the total number of deaths from all causes and the number of deaths from external causes were calculated for the proportional mortality calculation.
When analyzed in proportion, people aged 60 and over the city of Sao Caetano do Sul had the highest proportional mortality compared to other analysis units.
Table 1 also shows the proportional mortality for groups of diseases in 2010 for men and women, before and after correction for sub notification and ill defined causes of death.

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