Based on this index we found a higher prevalence rate
of micro albuminuria in female subjects than in the male subjects (prevalence rate
of micro albuminuria (25%) and macro albuminuria (8.33%) in female; Male (micro albuminuria = 25.71% and macro albuminuria = 2.86%) which was much higher than those reported from Australia (6.0%), Europe (7%) and US (7.8%)18-20.
In Figure 2, we illustrate the 1995-2012 age-adjusted prevalence rates
for NHL per 100,000 males and 100,000 females by U.S.
We hypothesized that, in line with prior investigations (Muehlenkamp et al., 2012; Swannell et al., 2014), the checklist would yield a higher NSSI prevalence rate
compared with the single-item measure.
This study was conducted after another study that aimed to estimate the prevalence rate
of multiple sclerosis.
Sulaiman said though the prevalence rates
in the UAE has not increased considerably in the last five years, "a huge percentage of the population could be undiagnosed.
As shown in Table I, there is a variance in the prevalence rate
of different parasites during the period of study.
According to the report, Egypt is fifth among the spread of smartphones, behind Lebanon, where the prevalence rate
of smartphones reached 48%, followed by Jordan, which has a prevalence rate
of smartphones by 30%, followed by 27% in Tunisia, 25% in Morocco, 22% in Algeria, and 17% in Iraq.
It is currently estimated that about 344 million people worldwide suffer from dry eye, with the prevalence rate
expected to grow by about 2% annually.
The disability prevalence rate
attributed to mental disorders was 6.3‰.
For the 38 states that had statistically reliable data for the 45-54 age group in both 2011 and 2015, the median change in the kidney disease prevalence rate
HIV/AIDS - ADULT PREVALENCE RATE
(%) 2016 COUNTRY RANKS
For the eight years, deer on the study site itself had a prevalence rate
of 42 percent for does and 29 percent for bucks, with an overall prevalence of 35 percent.