The more persons in the age category, the more the crude rate
is pulled down; the fewer persons in the age category, the less the crude rate
is pulled down.
29) Although the English pattern is subject to some controversy, (30) work on many other individual cities throughout Europe suggests that this picture captures the trailing off from very high medieval crude rates
averaging around twenty per hundred thousand.
The initial percentages in the non, low, and high expenditure categories for each consumer unit type are analogous to crude rates
because they do not account for the effects of composition (Halli and Rao 1992, 7-9).
13 It is well known that the difference between two crude rates
is attributed to differences in both status-specific rates and population composition.
Compared with the crude rate
of 10 cancers per 1,000 person-years for those taking metformin alone, the rates for those on insulin plus metformin increased from 9 for those using fewer than 7 insulin prescriptions per year to 11-12 for 8-14 prescriptions per year to 34 for more than 15 prescriptions per year, Dr.
Petronet agreed to buy five million tonnes of LNG every year from RasGas under the deal, with the price linked to the Japan Custom Cleared Crude rate
The results for each study were analyzed using life table and crude rate
5% of patients had acute urinary retention, a crude rate
The overall or crude rate
of death does not distinguish the contribution of the patients' underlying diseases from the contribution of bloodstream infections.
Syncrude's operating expense next year are evaluated to be around C$37 a barrel, low adequate for Canadian Oil Sands, the mine's biggest owner, to weather the low crude rates
, said Kubik.
Mamdooh Salama, a consultant at the World Bank in Washington, DC disagreed, saying he saw crude rates
bouncing back to $70-80 per barrel band by 2015-end.
The researchers found that the annual crude rates
of deceased-donor transplantation from the time dialysis treatments began were lowest in American Indians/Alaska Natives (2.