The morbidity rates
of the respiratory diseases were calculated using the following equation and conditions:
A total of proportional morbidity rate
(PMR) among PBS cases studied was estimated to be 8.7% that actually relates data more towards specialty and interests of clinicians rather than that of incidence of that particular disease amongfeline population (Willeberg, 1984).
The population morbidity rate
may be due to two main factors: importation of infested fish from endemic areas and the presence of own infestation foci.
The model above shows that at the 30th unit increase of Temperature, the morbidity rate
will equal to 6.
Figure 1 illustrates common morbidity rate
on admission in the studied groups.
(21) In the Jalalabad region, with its irrigated areas of rice cultivation, the morbidity rate
is estimated at 240 cases/1000 people per year.
The severe morbidity rate
was 11.6% and the case fatality rate 3.3%.
To calculate an incidence rate, base morbidity numbers and average membership were combined for each period of analysis to calculate the average morbidity rate
Parameters included a 5% morbidity rate
among adolescents with GBS, which overall carries a favorable prognosis (Lancet 1998;352:635-41).
The morbidity rate
was running at 7% and the mortality rate had increased from 3% in March to 7% in May, according to WHO figures.
In New York State in 1995, one hospital that performed only about half the recommended number of bypasses had a morbidity rate
over twice the state average.
Since the disease still had a fearsome impact - the morbidity rate
was two-thirds that of 1832, and the total number of deaths was slightly higher - and since Parisians had lived through a period of worsening class conflict and a revolutionary episode in 1848 much bloodier than that of 1830, Kudlick finds this silence paradoxical.