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1. In particular, morbidity for those hospitalised with measles is clearly reduced.
2. It should be noted that morbidity statistics are generally of less reliable quality than mortality statistics.
3. And when morbidity statistics are available,(sentencedict.com) they are not ordinarily classified by the demographic factors of present interest.
4. Like most measures of morbidity sickness absence is influenced by social and psychological factors as well as illness.
5. Also, surgical morbidity related to biliary drainage remains high in these alcoholic and often debilitated patients.
6. Finally, morbidity rates can be calculated on the basis of data provided by national surveys of self-reported illness.
7. Acute pancreatitis is a severe disease with significant morbidity and mortality for which no specific treatment exists.
8. This system provides direct community influenza morbidity data that are otherwise unavailable.
9. In considering patterns of morbidity both within and between populations it is usual to distinguish between acute and chronic health problems.
10. Most measures of morbidity which assess functional impairment, of which sickness absence is one(sentencedict.com), are influenced by factors other than health.
11. Consequently inferences made about the main sources of morbidity in later life drawn from mortality data will be misleading.
12. And for both, morbidity statistics are less accessible and less reliable than mortality data.
13. Jarrett ignores studies that have investigated perinatal morbidity in association with abnormal results on a glucose tolerance test.
14. Geneticists produced and analysed statistics, primarily relating to morbidity levels among relatives of individuals suffering from schizophrenia.
15. Indeed, working directly with consultants proves invaluable in gaining access to high-quality morbidity data.
16. These large differences in sickness absence rates among employment grades categories parallel differences seen in morbidity and mortality in other studies.
17. An appreciable proportion of these cases was associated with high morbidity and mortality.
18. The data provided suggest that in all cases the prevalence of morbidity increases significantly with age.
19. If the onset of such diseases can be delayed then morbidity will be compressed into the final years of life.
20. These are also the areas with high infant mortality rates, child accidents, morbidity rates and low school attainment rates.
21. Perceptions of health status One aspect of health status omitted from the previous chapter on morbidity relates to perceived health status.
22. Second, mortality rates have sometimes been used as a proxy for morbidity rates.
23. Unfortunately, circumcision is often delegated to the most junior surgeons and its potential morbidity underestimated.
24. The main causes of mortality among the older age groups were not the most important causes of morbidity.
25. The complete lack of cognitive improvements leads them to suggest that cognitive impairment is intrinsically associated with long-term morbidity in schizophrenia.
26. For these reasons, patients with corrosive strictures often undergo surgery, which carries significant morbidity and mortality.
27. Third, work absenteeism on account of illness has been used as an index of morbidity.
28. In passing, I might draw your attention to the dreadful morbidity and mortality rates of these compulsory surgeries.
29. In large studies there is no evidence of increased mortality when either class of agent was used, but what about morbidity?
30. There is some evidence that length of birth interval has a bearing upon child morbidity.
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