A total of proportional morbidity rate
(PMR) among PBS cases studied was estimated to be 8.
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.
We have found that there were no significant differences in the structure of morbidity rate
in the comparing groups, even though were observed certain distinctions, which are shown in Figure 2.
The amebiasis morbidity rate
among Afghans is estimated at 3% of the population.
Severe morbidity rates
and case fatality rates were therefore calculated using 214 as a denominator (the total number of cardiac deliveries), but other data presented were based on 189 as the denominator.
The impact of this cohort effect should be considered when projecting future morbidity rate
changes in the underlying population.
The comparisons with unemployed Australians, presented in Table 2, are particularly interesting because they contrast case manager morbidity rates
with morbidity rates
in the case managers' primary client group, the long-term unemployed.
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.
Age has been identified as the only significant factor increasing the morbidity rate
after laparoscopic cholecystectomy in a recent retrospective multivariate analysis .