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Interest Rate

The percentage of the value of a balance or debt that one pays or is paid each time period. For example, if one holds a bond with a face value of $1,000 and a 3% interest rate payable each quarter, one receives $30 each quarter. The percentage of the interest rate remains constant (usually), but the amount one pays or is paid changes according to the amount of the balance or debt. For example, if one pays off part of the principal on a loan each month, the amount one pays in interest decreases even though the rate remains the same. See also: Time Value of Money.

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In a nationwide Canadian study, (1) researchers aimed to determine repeat HCV infection rates in a diverse group of people with HIV and to pin clown risk factors for repeat infection.
The rate of HIV infection in the country continues to rise, in direct contrast to other countries where the infection rate is dropping.
13,14) The simplest explanation for an increased infection rate with longer procedure is that a longer exposure time will increase the level of contamination of the wound and subsequently the degree of damage to the tissues, and greater fatigue among the members of surgical team will lead to breaks in sterile technique.
The infection rate has been reported as 21% and 19% in goats and cattle, respectively in India (Ravindran et al.
Conclusion: In conclusion, efficiency of disposable surgical drapes has not been demonstrated to lower infections rates in fact to the contrary we demonstrated increase in infection rate.
5%) patients in the age group of >60 yrs, The age wise distribution of SSIs showed a higher infection rate in the age group of more than 60 years.
In type II, the infection rate was 2% (4 of 200) in group A and 2.
In 2007, Celik and Kara conducted a prospective randomized control study of 789 spinal surgery patients and determined that there is a statistically significant increase in the infection rate of shaved patients when compared with nonshaved patients (Celik & Kara, 2007).
Some editions of Windows 7, for example, boast an infection rate half that of XP.
A significant difference was found in the infection rate between rats and mice .

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