The definition of perinatal mortality varies among studies and is in some cases used as a synonym of stillbirth . Usually, perinatal mortality refers to death at full term up to 48 h after parturition . Perinatal mortality accounted for 22.4% alpaca and 8.6% llama deaths in the UK SAC population .
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Feb 01, 2021 · The dataset provided information on identification numbers (animal ID and ID of the farm that owned the animal at the time of death), birth and death dates and location, and the identification number of the calf’s mother for stillbirths. Data was classified into the same age groups as the necropsy data. 2.1.3. Clinical data (ASR)
- Irene Zühlke, John Berezowski, Michèle Bodmer, Susanne Küker, Anne Göhring, Fabio Rinaldi, Céline Fa...
Various methods have been used to evaluate the quality of cause of death statistics.1,2 Traditionally, necropsy findings were deemed as the gold standard to evaluate the accuracy of cause of death ...
In every year since 1900 except 1918, CVD accounted for more deaths than any other major cause of death in the United States. 8,9. On average, >2200 Americans die of CVD each day, an average of 1 death every 39 seconds. CVD currently claims more lives each year than cancer, CLRD, and accidents combined. 7
- Véronique L. Roger, Alan S. Go, Donald M. Lloyd-Jones, Emelia J. Benjamin, Jarett D. Berry, William ...
necropsy. In developed countries, SIDS is the first cause of mortality in the first year of life, excluding the neonatal period (first 28 days), and is the third leading cause of infant death in the world. Risk factors related to SIDS have already been identified, most of them related with the infant’s sleep position and environment.
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Nov 01, 2021 · Lambs that died within 5 days of birth with cause of death categorised as dystocia (see case definitions of dystocia) Comparison: Lambs that died within 5 days of birth with no evidence of dystocia on post-mortem examination (necropsy) (i.e. lambs not categorised as Dystocia A, Dystocia B or Dystocia C at necropsy) Outcome
Six of the top ten leading causes of death in low resource settings could potentially be prevented by vaccination. Development of vaccines for individuals in these populations is difficult because of the biological complexity of the prevalent pathogens and the challenges inherent to development of any vaccine. This review discusses those challenges and promising advances to address them and ...