Jun 15, 2017 · The primary endpoint was time to cardiac death, defined as death from CHF, euthanasia (euth) for CHF, or sudden death (SD). Kaplan‐Meier survival estimates were computed and compared. The 67 dogs comprised 20 females and 47 males with average (range) age 7.9 years (2.0–14.3).
Alcohol use disorder (AUD) has been a major cause of family, social, and personal strife for centuries, with current prevalence estimates of 14% for 12-month and 29% lifetime AUD.
Jan 19, 1999 · Addresses of all participants in the first survey (1984 to 1985) were checked at 2-year intervals, and information on survival was collected. If a subject had died, information on the cause of death was obtained. The results reported here comprise the 8-year follow-up of participants in the first survey (as of December 31, 1992).
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Prevalence of disability among adults with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System 2016-2017. February 27, 2020 [ MEDLINE Abstract ]
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Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), an unexpected death of an infant which remains unexplained after a thorough investigation, is the commonest cause of postneonatal mortality in the developed world.
The cause of the Monday excess of cardiac deaths is not clear, though there is some evidence that it may be associated with alcohol consumption . Motor vehicle fatalities and alcohol related ...