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  1. Dec 20, 2021 · Despite the decreasing trend of the SBR of potentially avoidable deaths (≥ 2500 g), cluster 3 presented a rate similar to cluster 2 in 2017, which was 125% higher than that of cluster 1....

  2. In some instances, data that relate to physiotherapy are captured as mortality rates instead of morbidity such as in the study by Bradshaw et al. (2010) where the top six causes of death in SA are...

  3. pregnancy-related cause as white women. Of those, 72% of : 9: pregnancy-related deaths and 93% of violent : 10: pregnancy-associated deaths were deemed preventable. Between : 11: 2016 and 2017, Black women had the highest rate of severe : 12: 13: which is almost 3 times as high as the rate for white women. 14 In the City of Chicago, African ...

  4. Oct 02, 2018 · 2017-8383 commissioner calendar 2017-8384 foia log 2017-8385 abc news medwatch reports epipen, epipen jr 2017-8386 pegasus laboratories, inc. pegasus laboratoaries, pensacola, al - eir 12/22/2016 ...

  5. pregnancy-related cause as white women. Of those, 72% of : 9: pregnancy-related deaths and 93% of violent : 10: pregnancy-associated deaths were deemed preventable. Between : 11: 2016 and 2017, Black women had the highest rate of severe : 12: 13: which is almost 3 times as high as the rate for white women. 14 In the City of Chicago, African ...

  6. For some causes of more than 100 000 deaths per year in 2013, age-standardised death rates increased between 1990 and 2013, including HIV/AIDS, pancreatic cancer, atrial fibrillation and flutter, drug use disorders, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, and sickle-cell anaemias.

  7. Preliminary mortality data show that CVD as the underlying cause of death accounted for 37.3% of all 2 440 000 deaths in 2003 or 1 of every 2.7 deaths in the United States. CVD as an underlying or contributing cause of death (1 408 000 deaths in 2002) was about 58% of all deaths that year.