Synonyms for mortality or Related words with mortality

morbidity              prevalence              survival              deaths              relapse              death              lethality              toxicity              recurrence              sepsis              hospitalization              infection              diarrhea              patients              hyperglycemia              illness              bacteremia              pregnancy              symptoms              efficacy              mortalities              mastitis              hypoglycemia              obesity              neonates              incidences              proteinuria              women              malaria              adults              risk              pneumonia              infections              hospitalizations              diarrhoea              complications              seroconversion              exacerbation              newborns              infants              viability              epidemic              births              risks              severity              animals              diabetes              gfr              fatality              diabetic             

Examples of "mortality"
RAMR = (Observed Mortality Rate/Predicted Mortality Rate)* Overall (Weighted) Mortality Rate
INDEXED Infant Mortality Rate = (166 - infant mortality) × 0.625
By 2010, the maternal mortality rate per 100,000 births for Afghanistan was 1,400. The under 5 mortality rate, per 1,000 births was 201 and the neonatal mortality as a percentage of under 5's mortality was 27.
In the English NHS the Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator, the Hospital Standardised Mortality Rate and the Risk Adjusted Mortality Index are all used.
The decline in the human mortality rate before the 1950s was mostly due to a decrease in the age-independent (Makeham) mortality component, while the age-dependent (Gompertz) mortality component was surprisingly stable. Since the 1950s, a new mortality trend has started in the form of an unexpected decline in mortality rates at advanced ages and "rectangularization" of the survival curve.
Life expectancy at birth takes account of infant mortality but not prenatal mortality.
Early neonatal mortality refers to a death of a live-born baby within the first seven days of life, while late neonatal mortality covers the time after 7 days until before 28 days. The sum of these two represents the neonatal mortality. Some definitions of the PNM include only the early neonatal mortality. Neonatal mortality is affected by the quality of in-hospital care for the neonate. Neonatal mortality and postneonatal mortality (covering the remaining 11 months of the first year of life) are reflected in the Infant Mortality Rate.
Zambia may not attain its goals for reducing Maternal Mortality ratio to 162/100,000 live births. For Under 5 Mortality rate and infant Mortality rate, the target are 63.3 and 35.7 respectively. In 2014, the Maternal Mortality ratio was 389 with Under 5 mortality rate being 75 and Infant mortality rate 45.In addition the proportion of 1 yeaar old children immunized against measles is 84.9%,which is at least a good coverrage
Of affected kittens that are two months or less of age, 90–95% die regardless of treatment. Kittens that are more than two months old have a 60–70% mortality rate with treatment and a nearly 100% mortality rate if not treated. Adult cats have a 10–20% mortality rate if treated, and an 85% mortality rate if not treated. Elderly cats have a 20–30% mortality rate if treated and a 90% mortality rate if not treated.
"F" is then multiplied by the crude mortality rate to arrive at the indirectly standardised mortality rate.
Mortality estimates are important to managers. Determining mortality rates are critical for determining abundance of fish populations. Using the model Z=M+F with M being Natural mortality and F being Fishing mortality (combined mortality from landings plus discard mortality) you can estimate the trend of a population. The mortality rates give you the total deaths of a population when you compare these to the total births or recruits to the population, you can determine if a population is increasing or decreasing. Knowing these rates can help managers to set harvest limits to (MSY) maximum sustainable yield or (OSY) optimum sustainable yield to give the maximum benefit to the stakeholders of the resource.
Milne also contributed to the "Encyclopædia Britannica, fourth edition", articles on "Annuities", "Bills of Mortality", and "Law of Mortality".
Approaches to measuring maternal mortality includes civil registration system, household surveys, census, reproductive age mortality studies (RAMOS) and verbal autopsies.
The strong correlation between intelligence and mortality has raised questions as to how better public education could delay mortality.
As with perioperative mortality rates in general, mortality attributable to the management of general anaesthesia is controversial. Estimates of the incidence of perioperative mortality directly attributable to anaesthesia range from one in 6,795 to one in 200,200.
The table below represents the infant mortality rate trends in India, based on gender, over the last 15 years. In the urban areas of India, average male infant mortality rates are slightly higher than average female infant mortality rates.
There appears to be little sibling rivalry in maguari stork nestings, with most nestling mortality being due to young falling out of nests containing 3-4 chicks; and egg mortality primarily through predation appears to be higher than chick mortality.
In the life actuarial field, Dowd and collaborators have written on the financial implications of mortality and longevity risk. They invented survivor swaps, survivor swaptions, the CBD mortality model, and the gravity two-population mortality model.
The under-5 mortality rate has dropped from 142 per 1,000 live births in 1990 to 42 deaths in 2012. Infant mortality (under-1) is 39.14 deaths per 1,000 live births. Neonatal mortality rate is 24 per 1,000 live births.
Infant mortality is the death of an infant in the first year of life, often expressed as the number of deaths per 1000 live births (infant mortality rate). Major causes of infant mortality include dehydration, infection, congenital malformation and SIDS.