death rate

NOUN
  1. the ratio of deaths in an area to the population of that area; expressed per 1000 per year
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  • The aid coming in has made no impression on the horrific death rates.
  • However, the bouvier de Flandres, not previously generally regarded as a high-cancer breed, had the fourth-highest death rate from cancer; Scottish terriers had the third-highest. Diseases that kill dogs tend to affect specific breeds
  • South Tees workplace health spokeswoman Anne Newnam said the charter aimed to reduce the death rates from coronary heart disease.
  • Cardiovascular mortality was not related to the duration of gestation except for a small increase in death rates in men born prematurely.
  • For teens, the combination of inexperience and immaturity provides the foundation for a high death rate.
  • If death rates and spread continue as they have over the past four years, this disease will likely lead to the regional extinction of the little brown myotis, previously one of the most common species in North PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • In New Guinea, where we don't have much antivenin, the death rate remains something like 50-50.
  • Seattle, examined complication and death rates of 101,318 adults age 65 or older who underwent common abdominal procedures such as cholecystectomy (gall bladder removal), hysterectomy and colectomy from 1987 to 2004. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • There was no evidence that review of treatment by the pharmacist affected practice consultation rates, outpatient consultations, hospital admissions, or death rate.
  • Poor insulation against the cold is being blamed as one of the main causes of the rise in the death rate.
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