As a result, the current distribution system creates a perverse incentive that drives people to smaller, less experienced centers, thus propping up institutions with higher mortality rates
Mathematically, equations (2) and (3) imply that there is an equilibrium mortality rate
at all ages imposed by the proportional effects of mutation, the level of which depends on the ratio of the probabilities of fixing a mutation that decreases mortality versus fixing one that increases mortality for a particular age class.
High-income countries have an average newborn mortality rate
(the number of deaths per thousand live births) of just three.
Race isn't the sole reason infant mortality rates
may be higher or lower, Lakey said.
For some varieties of the disease, the researchers found similar mortality rates
In developing countries, approximately half of deaths in babies aged below one year occur in the neonatal period (1) Therefore, the perinatal mortality rate
is one of the main elements which reflect community health (1).
Reduction in the infant mortality rate
was to less than 55 per 1000 live births by 2011 and 40/1000 by 2015 that was currently 63/1000, he informed.
A few years ago, the age-adjusted Alzheimer's mortality rate
babies may experience a higher neonatal mortality rate
(deaths within the first month of life) or higher post-neonatal mortality rate
(deaths in months one through twelve) than do babies of similar birth weight and gestational age in other countries.
Using HIMSS Analytics' Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model (EMRAM) and mortality rate
measures collected by Healthgrades across 19 unique procedure- and condition-based clinical cohorts, a new analysis found that hospitals with advanced EMR capabilities (as reflected in high EMRAM scores) demonstrated significantly improved actual mortality rates
, most notably for heart attack, respiratory failure and small intestine surgery.
We are moving towards achievement of the Millennium Development Goals on reduction of infant mortality rate
," Chief Pediatrician Elnura Boronbayeva told AKIpress.
As positive tendencies in 2013 could be mentioned the decreasing crude death rate and infant mortality rate
and the increasing life expectancy at birth.