نتایج جستجو برای: mortality

تعداد نتایج: 264554  

1958
Thomas E. Oppé,

Sophisticated peoples have a low fertility and great concern for the welfare of their children. Their low birth rate is due to deliberate family limitation; besides planned parenthood, their desire for better living standards leads to emancipation of women, and later marriages. A century ago in Britain, when conditions of infant life were appalling, no less than 15 out of every 100 live born in...

2004
John Graunt,

From the time of De Moivre (1725), suggestions have been made as to the law of mortality as a mathematical formula, of which the most famous is perhaps that of Gompertz (1825). Since John Graunt (1620–1674) life tables had been constructed empirically. These life tables represented mortality over the whole human lifespan, and it was natural to ask if the mathematical functions defined by the li...

Journal: :BMJ 1984
AMacfarlane,

Journal: :The Lancet Infectious Diseases 2017
SarahLynar, Bart JCurrie, RobertBaird,

Journal: :Medical Care 2015
Benjamin P.Chapman, AlexanderWeiss, KevinFiscella, PeterMuennig, IchiroKawachi, PaulDuberstein,

Journal: :Epidemiology 2009
Brooke G.Anderson, Michelle L.Bell,

Journal: :JACC: Heart Failure 2018
MayaGuglin,

Journal: :Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 2007
K.Asadollahi, N.Beeching, G.Gill,

Journal: :Journal of Drug Abuse 2016
CampaA, MartinezSS, BaumMK,

Journal: :The New England Journal of Medicine, Surgery and Collateral Branches of Science 1812
LYMANSPALDING,

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