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Blood C G - - 1993
Disease and non-battle injury (DNBI) rates were examined in conjunction with casualty rates across two Marine Corps operational scenarios, the assault on Okinawa and the Korean War. DNBI rates increased significantly with battle intensity among Marine infantry battalions involved in both operations. Highly significant positive correlations (p < 0.001) were ...
Hakata T - - 1993
For the formulation of effervescent containing sodium bicarbonate and anhydrous sodium dihydrogen phosphate, the effects of bases and additives on the release profile of carbon dioxide, CO2, from the suppositories were studied by an in vitro release test using a gas burette. The suppository bases employed were Witepsol H-15, W-35 ...
Hennessey J C - - 1993
This article reports on the final phase of a longitudinal analysis of two cohorts of Disability Insurance (DI) beneficiaries. The analysis shows that changes in DI program provisions and demographic shifts in the beneficiary population have considerably affected standard recovery termination rates. Several covariates were also found to affect the ...
Lester D - - 1993
The impact of war on marriage, divorce, and birth rates in the United States from 1933 to 1986 is explored. The author concludes that "the involvement of the nation in military activities was accompanied by a decrease in marriage and birth rates but not by any change in divorce rates. ...
Lester D - - 1993
The impact of war on marriage, divorce, and birth rates in the United States from 1933 to 1986 is explored. The author concludes that "the involvement of the nation in military activities was accompanied by a decrease in marriage and birth rates but not by any change in divorce rates. ...
Littig J S - - 1993
Decomposition of phenyl acridinium-9-carboxylate is monitored using electrogenerated chemiluminescence in a flow system. The formation of the pseudobase from the acridinium ester [AE] is described by rate = k'1[AE] + k''1[AE][OH-]0.5, where k'1 = 0.020 +/- 0.006 s-1 and k''1 = 2.1 +/- 0.8 (L/mol)-0.5 s-1. Irreversible decomposition of the ...
Prasad R N - - 1992
Many deaths were recorded in village Baniyani of Talgram PHC of District Farrukhabad, U.P. during August to November 1991, which is the malaria transmission season in this area. Integrated measures, like one-round spraying of DDT and HCH, six-round fogging of malathion and six-time application of Baytex in mosquito breeding sites, ...
Norwich K H - - 1992
When labeled and unlabeled (endogenously produced) substances enter an organism through different ports of entry, the anatomical location of these entry sites must be taken into account explicitly in calculating rates of appearance. All traditional formulas that are used for calculating rates of appearance are based on the assumption that ...
Case C L - - 1992
Using standard microelectrode techniques, the developmental cellular electrophysiologic effects of moricizine HCl on adult and neonatal canine Purkinje fibers were studied. Steady state and rate-related changes in the transmembrane action potentials produced by moricizine HCl in both age groups were characterized and compared. Also, the rate of barium-induced abnormal automaticity ...
Frank Y - - 1992
Brainstem auditory evoked responses were measured in 16 infants and children with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and in 9 normal infants and children. Two stimulation rates were used: a conventional rate of 10 Hz and a high rate of 50 Hz. Latencies of waves III, IV, and V on the ...
Rutledge R - - 1992
The purpose of this study was to utilize a large population-based data base to determine the association of trauma centers with per capita county trauma death rates. Methods: Per capita county trauma death rate, the dependent variable in the model, was obtained from a well-validated state Medical Examiner's data base. ...
Fingerhut L A - - 1992
OBJECTIVE: To examine trends (1979 through 1989) and current status in firearm and nonfirearm homicide rates by level of urbanization among persons 15 through 19 years of age. DESIGN: The Compressed Mortality File, a county-level mortality and population database maintained by the National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease ...
Wadsworth M E - - 1992
STUDY OBJECTIVE: The aim was to describe rates of loss and assessment of representativeness during 43 years of a national birth cohort study. DESIGN: The study population is a class stratified random sample of all single, legitimate births that occurred during one single week in 1946; it has been studied ...
Weile B - - 1992
Using the original diagnostic criteria of the European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition for symptomatic coeliac disease in children, we found an average incidence rate by birth of 0.10 per 1000 live births in a demographically homogeneous Danish population over a 15-year period. This incidence rate by birth is ...
Wilson M G - - 1992
The birth prevalence of Down syndrome (DS), although decreasing in parts of the world, is not known in many specific subpopulations. The rate of DS for live births was determined for a 15-year period (1974-1988) at the Los Angeles County-University of Southern California Medical Center, which is a large public ...
Darlu P - - 1992
The distribution of surnames in France during the period 1916-40 is analysed from the civil birth registers for each of the 36,500 administrative units. The migration rate estimated from surnames is compared with the migration rate obtained from demographic census data. The correlations calculated among the 90 Departments ranges between ...
Fictner J - - 1992
Since 1989, the Siemens lithostar plus, an upgrade of the lithostar with the ultrasonically guided overhead module, has been available for clinical use. This unit may be used for the treatment of either biliary or urinary calculi. We report on 75 patients with urinary calculi treated between March 1989 and ...
Tanaka K - - 1992
"This paper investigates the spatio-temporal dynamics of Japan's birth rates in the post-World War II period. The results of our analyses suggest that the spatial manifestations of the tail end of the demographic transition in Japan have been influenced by cyclical fluctuations, with a boom which produced a reversal of ...
Novo A - - 1992
From January 1987 to December 1989 precipitation was collected in an open field in a forested area of the Western Prealps. The site faces the intensely industrialized area of the Po Valley. In a Norway spruce plantation, next to the open field sampler, throughfall was collected from January 1987 to ...
van Essen A J - - 1992
Mutations causing Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) have a short survival. Therefore, birth and population prevalence are maintained by new mutations. The present inventory was made to estimate the birth and population prevalence rates of DMD in the Netherlands. Seven methods of case identification were used. Data on 496 definite, probable ...
Poe G S - - 1991
The relation of the interval of time between death and next-of-kin contact to outcome variables including response rates and data quality was examined in a nationally representative sample of 17,713 deaths of persons 25 years of age or older that occurred in the United States in 1986. For most of ...
de Wolf W - - 1991
In this study the elimination kinetics of several chlorinated anilines and a tetrachlorobenzene in guppy, Poecilia reticulata, have been determined. The elimination of all the chlorinated anilines in fish showed a bi-phasic pattern, whereas the elimination characteristics of the tetrachlorobenzene are in agreement with a one-compartment model. Elimination of the ...
Wegman M E - - 1991
Infant mortality declined more rapidly between 1989 and 1990 than in any year since 1977; the provisional 1990 rate, 9.1 per 1000 live births, was the lowest ever recorded. Absence of final 1989 data prevents updating sex and race differences, but in 1988 data the rate for black persons was ...
Batten P J - - 1991
We describe 240 consecutive homicidal deaths that occurred in Marion County, Oregon, over a 28-year period (1963-90). An epidemiological assessment of the homicides yielded the following information: More than 91% of these deaths were primary homicides. In primary homicide, 63% of the victims and 88% of the offenders were male. ...
Flattum-Riemers J - - 1991
Norplant is a new method of birth control recently approved for use in the United States. It consists of flexible Silastic capsules filled with levonorgestrel, which are inserted subdermally on the inside of the upper arm. Norplant provides a near steady-state level of levonorgestrel for five years. It has been ...
Guidi E - - 1991
The spatial and temporal distribution of infant death rates attributed to the single cause of congenital malformation (DCM) in Italy was studied for the period 1958-1981. Variation of DCM rates in this period was investigated for the whole country, for the three main geographical areas of the North, Center, and ...
Edouard L - - 1991
OBJECTIVE: To determine the difference in pregnancy outcome between native Indians and the provincial population in Saskatchewan. DESIGN: Retrospective analysis of data collected from all birth and death registration forms. SETTING: Saskatchewan. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Incidence of low birth weight and rates of stillbirth and of neonatal and infant death. ...
Jones A M - - 1991
Gravelle (1984) describes the pitfalls that can arise in the specification of empirical models of mortality rates. This paper concentrates on the low birth rates in the United States, a major correlate of the infant mortality rate and a continuing source of concern for health policymakers, and attempts to provide ...
Goekoop J G - - 1991
To apply the Comprehensive Psychopathological Rating Scale (CPRS) in the Netherlands we translated the English version into Dutch and examined its interrater reliability. Three patient groups were investigated. Kappa coefficients were generally comparable with those reported in a study of the German version of the CPRS and in a Dutch ...
Kearney P A - - 1990
Rural unintentional injury (UI) death rates are higher than rates for urban regions. Our trauma center serves 49 rural Appalachian (AP) counties in a 120-county rural state. We investigated the impact of prehospital and hospital resources on UI death rates in our referral area. Age-adjusted and average age- and sex-specific ...
Quigley R - - 1990
The bicarbonate transport rate in neonatal rabbit juxtamedullary proximal convoluted tubules (JMPCT) is lower than that in adults. The reduced rate of transport could be due to a decrease in active bicarbonate transport or an increase in the passive permeability of the tubule to bicarbonate. The present in vitro microperfusion ...
Wegman M E - - 1990
US infant mortality continued to decline slowly and the provisional 1989 rate, 9.7 per 1000 live births, was the lowest ever recorded. Final 1988 data showed no change in cause of death distribution or in the wide discrepancy between white and black infant mortality. State rates varied from 6.8 in ...
Ryan D - - 1990
A ten year review (1980-89) of Wexford perinatal statistics is presented. Particular emphasis was placed on neonatal deaths and transfer rates of normally formed infants. Increased visits by paediatricians in the last two years have been associated with an increased neonatal transfer rate to a regional unit 40 miles away. ...
Rothberg J M - - 1990
Using standardized mortality ratios, this study compares the sex- and race-specific, age-adjusted death rates for all US Army soldiers with those for the entire US population. Results show that soldiers are currently dying at a rate that is only half that of their civilian counterparts. The most striking difference in ...
Rowland R H - - 1990
"This article investigates economic region net migration patterns in the USSR during the 1979-89 intercensal period. Net in-migration and net migration rate increases (compared to 1970-79) occurred in both the western and eastern portions of the Northern USSR region, while net out-migration and rate declines occurred throughout the Southern USSR. ...
Golant S M - - 1990
We investigated how three aspects of the U.S. elderly population's residential relocation behaviors have changed over the past three decades (1955-60, 1965-70, 1975-80, 1980-85): their rates of overall mobility, interstate, interregional, and intracounty moves; their interregional origin-destination migration streams; and their regional net migration patterns. Data were obtained from published ...
Tortorelli M C - - 1990
The effects of a paraquat commercial herbicide formulation on an early stage of the development of Plecostomus commersoni were evaluated. Mortality, opercular ventilation rate, cardiac contraction rate and body length and weight were examined every 12 hr. The effects of the paraquat formulation on the morphology of the branchial epithelium ...
Tsuji N - - 1990
A mathematical model is presented to compare the relative advantage of an anautogenous mosquito population (in which females blood feed throughout life) with an obligate autogenous population (in which females do not feed on blood for the first oviposition). The advantage is measured by the intrinsic rate of natural increase. ...
Lester D - - 1990
Two hypotheses were considered for the association between accidental death rates and suicide rates: (1) that suicidal deaths may be misclassified occasionally as accidental deaths, and (2) that accidental death rates provide an index of the availability of methods for suicide. Correlations over time produced results supporting the second hypothesis.
Hannon B - - 1990
A measure of time value for living species, a natural discount rate, is proposed. It is the rate at which a species reveals its progressive disregard of the importance of future events. The discount rate is shown to be equal to the average (standard) metabolic rate for the species at ...
Desenclos J C - - 1990
Mortality data collected from 1984 to 1987 through a routine standardized health information system in the five main refugee populations of Honduras were reviewed. The direct standardized mean annual death rate for all refugees was 5.5 per 1000 population (Honduras population as reference; Honduras mortality rate: 10.1 per 1000). Mortality ...
Avery J G - - 1990
An analysis was made of the death rates from accidents in children aged 0-14 by health districts in England and Wales during the five year periods 1974-79 and 1980-84. Death rates were generally higher in the north and west of England and lower in the south and east. Rates were ...
Imaizumi Y - - 1990
Multiple birth rates in entire Japan were analyzed using vital statistics for 1951 to 1988. The triplet rate was nearly constant from 1951 to 1974, where the rate per million births was 58, then increased with the year up to 1982 (104), and decreased up to 1984, and suddenly increased ...
Mitchell E A - - 1989
The urbanisation of Maori with the possible loss of family and cultural ties may in part account for the higher Maori postneonatal mortality rate compared with nonMaori. To examine this hypothesis rural and urban postneonatal mortality rates by region and ethnic group were compared. In the North Island regions there ...
Imaizumi Y - - 1989
The death rate in Japan from amyloidosis was analyzed using Japanese Vital Statistics for 1969-1985. The amyloidosis death rate has increased gradually year by year for both sexes. The changing patterns in mortality might be explained by a constantly improving ascertainment of amyloidosis. The overall amyloidosis death rate per 100,000 ...
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We evaluated 22 exhaled-air pulmonary resuscitators (EAPRs) of two types (Type I, face mask--17 units from 15 manufacturers; Type II, face shield--5 units from 4 manufacturers) and 13 disposable manual (bag-mask) pulmonary resuscitators (DMPRs) of three sizes (adult--7 units from 7 manufacturers, child--4 units from 4 manufacturers, and infant--2 units ...
Stevens P A - - 1989
Pregnant rabbits (30 days) were injected intravenously with [3H]choline 8 h before delivery. The fetuses were delivered, and lung lavage and lamellar body phospholipids (PL) were analyzed. Some newborns also received radioactively labeled surfactant intratracheally on delivery and were permitted to breathe. With time, intratracheal label decreased in lavage and ...
Hyclak T - - 1989
"This paper examines the extent to which regional differences in wage rigidity exist and can help explain interregional differences in unemployment trends. Phillips-curve models of manufacturing wage inflation are estimated for the 10 largest states in the U.S., the 10 economic regions in the United Kingdom, and the 11 Lande ...
Gracey M - - 1989
Rates of hospital admissions and bed usage for infections by Aborigines up to 15 years of age were much higher in Western Australia during 1981-86 than they were for the rest of the population. These rates for Aboriginal infants for gastroenteritis, for example, were 20-25 times and 40-50 times those ...
Ewings P D - - 1989
The incidence of leukaemia and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in young people (aged under 25) living in a predefined area around the nuclear power station at Hinkley Point, Somerset, was examined for the period 1959-86 by using cancer registry data. During the period since Hinley Point began operations--that is, 1964-86--there were 19 ...
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