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*  Framingham Risk Score
... that targeting individuals with high total CVD risk is the most efficient way to reduce CVD-related morbidity and mortality, to ...
*  Maternal near miss
Maternal mortality is a sentinel event to assess the quality of a health care system. The standard indicator is the Maternal ... In 1928 the town had a Maternal Mortality Ratio of over 900 per 100,000 live births, more than double the national average of ... Check date values in: ,date= (help) Say L, Souza JP, Pattinson RC; WHO working group on Maternal Mortality and Morbidity ... The very low figures of maternal mortality have therefore stimulated an interest in investigating cases of life-threatening ...
*  Perinatal mortality
Neonatal mortality and postneonatal mortality (covering the remaining 11 months of the first year of life) are reflected in the ... The sum of these two represents the neonatal mortality. Some definitions of the PNM include only the early neonatal mortality. ... Perinatal mortality (PNM), also perinatal death, refers to the death of a fetus or neonate and is the basis to calculate the ... Early neonatal mortality refers to a death of a live-born baby within the first seven days of life, while late neonatal ...
*  Mortality
... may also refer to: Fish mortality, a parameter used in fisheries population dynamics to account for the loss of fish ... temporal shift in the rate of mortality Mortality salience, awareness of one's eventual death Mortal (disambiguation) Morbidity ... Mortality is the state of being mortal, or susceptible to death; the opposite of immortality. ... a property of a Turing machine if it halts when run on any starting configuration Mortality rate, a measure for the rate at ...
*  Mortality (book)
Mortality. Atlantic Books Ltd. ISBN 978-1-4555-0275-2 Buckley, Christopher (30 August 2012) "Review of Mortality: Staying Power ... "Mortality by Christopher Hitchens - review" in The Observer Eaton, George (7 September 2012) "Mortality by Christopher Hitchens ... "The real struggle in Mortality is not with mortality. Hitchens cleaves to the logical conclusion of his materialism. He hints, ... Mortality is a 2012, posthumously published book by Anglo-American writer Christopher Hitchens, comprising seven essays which ...
*  Old Mortality
... is considered one of Scott's best novels. It was originally titled The Tale of Old Mortality, but is generally ... Article on Old Mortality at Walter Scott Digital Archive Old Mortality at Project Gutenberg. ... Old Mortality is a novel by Sir Walter Scott set in the period 1679-89 in south west Scotland. It forms, along with The Black ... Old Mortality'), a Scotsman of the 18th century, who late in life decided to travel around Scotland re-engraving the tombs of ...
*  Infant mortality
Forms of infant mortality: Perinatal mortality is late fetal death (22 weeks gestation to birth), or death of a newborn up to ... Child mortality is the death of a child before the child's fifth birthday, measured as the Under-5 Child Mortality Rate (U5MR ... As infant mortality rates saw a decrease on a global scale, the gender most affected by infant mortality changed from males ... "Child mortality estimation: a global overview of infant and child mortality age patterns in light of new empirical data". PLoS ...
*  Ashen Mortality
"ASHEN MORTALITY". RockDetector. Retrieved November 8, 2016. Spencer, John (1999-08-14). "Ashen Mortality - Your Caress". The ... Cummings, Tony (December 1, 1993). "Review: Ashen Mortality - Ashen Mortality". Cross Rhythms. Retrieved November 8, 2016. ... Demos Ashen Mortality (1993) Separation (1994) Notes DaRanco, Mike. "Biography: Ashen Mortality". AllMusic. Retrieved November ... Ashen Mortality were a British doom metal band that was formed in early 1993 by Ian Arkley (Seventh Angel) and Melanie Bolton. ...
*  Perioperative mortality
... has been defined as any death , regardless of cause, occurring within 30 days after surgery in or out ... In this study the overall global mortality rate was 1·6 per cent at 24 hours (high 1·1 per cent, middle 1·9 per cent, low 3·4 ... Most perioperative mortality is attributable to complications from the operation (such as bleeding, sepsis, and failure of ... Critics of this system point out that perioperative mortality may not reflect poor performance but could be caused by other ...
*  Mortality rate
Mortality data from conflict-affected populations Human Mortality Database: Historic mortality data from developed nations ... Mortality rate is typically expressed in units of deaths per 1,000 individuals per year; thus, a mortality rate of 9.5 (out of ... Orphanhood surveys estimate mortality by questioning children are asked about the mortality of their parents. It has often been ... Other specific measures of mortality include: In most cases, there are few ways, if at all possible to obtain exact mortality ...
*  Mortality forecasting
... refers to the art and science of determining likely future mortality rates. It is especially important in ...
*  Mortality salience
... and mortality salience for the item pitting "passionate sex" against "emotional attachment". With mortality salience, humans ... Mortality salience is the awareness by an individual that his or her death is inevitable. The term derives from terror ... Mortality salience is highly manipulated by one's self-esteem. Individuals with low self-esteem are more apt to experience the ... Mortality salience engages the conflict that humans have to face both their instinct to avoid death completely, and their ...
*  Child mortality
... , also known as under-5 mortality or child death, refers to the death of children under the age of five or ... Sub-Saharan Africa, the region with the highest rate of child mortality, lowered its under-five mortality rate by 48% since ... List of countries by infant mortality rate "UNICEF STATISTICS". Retrieved 14 June 2015. GBD 2013 Mortality and Causes of Death ... also apply to understanding child mortality. Reduction of child mortality is the fourth of the United Nations' Millennium ...
*  Fish mortality
F with M being Natural mortality and F being Fishing mortality (combined mortality from landings plus discard mortality) you ... The mortality can be divided into two types: Natural mortality: the removal of fish from the stock due to causes not associated ... In fisheries models natural mortality is denoted by (M). Fishing mortality: the removal of fish from the stock due to fishing ... Mortality estimates are important to managers. Determining mortality rates are critical for determining abundance of fish ...
*  Mortality displacement
... denotes a temporal or temporary increase in the mortality rate (number of deaths) in a given population ... After some periods with excess mortality, however, there has also been observed a decrease in overall mortality during the ... also known as excess mortality or excess mortality rate. It is usually attributable to environmental phenomena such as heat ... Such short-term forward shift in mortality rate is also referred to as harvesting effect. The subsequent, compensatory ...
*  Standardized mortality ratio
The standardized mortality ratio is the ratio of observed deaths in the study group to expected deaths in the general ... Regarding occupational uses: Mortality tables are also often used when numbers of deaths for each age-specific stratum are not ... It is also used to study mortality rate in an occupationally exposed population: Do people who work in a certain industry, such ... An example might be a cohort study into cumulative exposure to arsenic from drinking water, whereby the mortality rates due to ...
*  Force of mortality
The force of mortality μ(x) uniquely defines a probability density function fX(x). The force of mortality μ ( x ) {\ ... In actuarial science, force of mortality represents the instantaneous rate of mortality at a certain age measured on an ... To do this, integrate the force of mortality over the interval x to x + t ∫ x x + t − d d y ln ⁡ [ S ( y ) ] d y {\displaystyle ... In this case, the force of mortality is μ ( y ) = A + B c y for y ⩾ 0. {\displaystyle \mu (y)=A+Bc^{y}\quad {\text{for }}y\ ...
*  Risk of mortality
The risk of mortality (ROM) provides a medical classification to estimate the likelihood of inhospital death for a patient. The ... The ROM class is used for the evaluation of patient mortality. Case mix index Diagnosis codes Severity of illness Alemi, F., J ...
*  Mortality (computability theory)
Philip K. Hooper proved in 1966 that the mortality problem is undecidable. However, it can be shown that the set of Turing ... In computability theory, the mortality problem is a decision problem which can be stated as follows: Given a Turing machine, ... in the mortality problem the tape can have arbitrary content, including infinitely many non-blank symbols written on it. ...
*  Bills of mortality
... were the weekly mortality statistics in London, designed to monitor burials from 1592 to 1595 and then ... Guide to mortality statistics in England and Wales from the Wellcome Library Map of bills of mortality area. ... Bills of mortality were produced intermittently in the several parishes of the City of London during outbreaks of plague. The ... The last surviving bill of mortality is believed to be from 28 September 1858. The area fixed in 1636, adding only St Mary le ...
*  Maternal Mortality Ratio
... vs Maternal Mortality Rate on Population Research Institute website Maternal mortality ratio (modeled ... The Maternal Mortality Ratio is a key performance indicator for efforts to improve the health and safety of mothers before, ... As of the 2015 data published in 2016, the countries that have seen an increase in the Maternal Mortality Ratio since 1990 are ... The yearly report started in 1990 and is called Trends in Maternal Mortality. ...
*  Extraction from Mortality
... , also known as Extraction, is the first album by the Christian thrash metal band Believer. In 2010, ... Extraction from Mortality gained notice among non-Christian metal fans, and Believer was signed to Roadrunner Records in 1990. ... For years Extraction from Mortality was hard to find, and copies sold for high prices in internet auctions. A label called M8 ... In 1989, Believer was signed to R.E.X. Records which published Extraction from Mortality. The album was mostly distributed to ...
*  Human Mortality Database
"The Human Mortality Database (HMD)". DLab, University of California, Berkeley. Retrieved June 20, 2014. "The Berkeley Mortality ... "The Human Mortality Database". Retrieved June 20, 2014. "Human Mortality Database (ICPSR 00138)". Inter-university Consortium ... the Berkeley Mortality Database is now superseded by the Human Mortality Database, but the BMD is still available online ... The Human Mortality Database (HMD) is a joint initiative of the Department of Demographics at the University of California, ...
*  Morbidity and mortality
... may refer to: Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), a weekly publication by the Centers for ... or poor health Mortality (disambiguation) Mortality rate, a measure of the number of deaths in a given population. ... Disease Control and Prevention Morbidity and mortality conference, a periodic conference in many medical centers usually held ...
*  National Mortality Followback Survey
The National Mortality Followback Survey is a survey conducted multiple times in the United States as part of a program that ... "National Mortality Followback Survey Series". Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research. Retrieved 18 March ... "National Mortality Followback Survey". CDC. 2 June 2009. Retrieved 18 March 2016. ...