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Mortality surveillance, Australia, 1981-1992 (Mortality surveillance series) epub

Mortality surveillance, Australia, 1981-1992 (Mortality surveillance series) epub

ISBN: 0644353961

ISBN13: 978-0644353960

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Language: English

Publisher: Australian Govt. Pub. Service (1994)

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Mortality surveillance Australia 1981-1992. Population Surveillance. Public Health/statistics & numerical data.

Mortality surveillance Australia 1981-1992. Supplemental Content. You are here: NCBI Literature PubMed. Release Date: 01 Jul 1994. Mortality surveillance Australia 1981-1992. View citation formats for this report. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 1994. Cat. no. AIHW 159. Canberra: AIHW. APA. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.

From 1972 (when CDC's surveillance of abortion mortality began) through 1990, the annual number of reported deaths . Second, ongoing annual surveillance is essential to monitor trends in the number, ratio, and rate of abortions in the United States

From 1972 (when CDC's surveillance of abortion mortality began) through 1990, the annual number of reported deaths associated with legal induced abortion decreased 79% (24). In 1972, 63 reported deaths were attributed to complications of induced abortion. Second, ongoing annual surveillance is essential to monitor trends in the number, ratio, and rate of abortions in the United States. Third, statistics on the number of pregnancies ending in abortion are used in conjunction with birth statistics to estimate pregnancy rates (. pregnancy rates among teenagers) (28,29) and other outcome rates (. the rate of ectopic pregnancies per 1,000 pregnancies).

Surveillance Australia Pty Ltd is an Australian aviation company. It is a subsidiary of National Jet Systems, which is ultimately owned by Cobham plc. It is primarily engaged in servicing the Australian Customs Service Coastwatch (now the Australian.

Mortality surveillance, Australia, 1981-1992 by Stan Bennett, 1994, Australian Govt. Are you sure you want to remove Mortality surveillance, Australia, 1981-1992 from your list?

Mortality surveillance, Australia, 1981-1992 by Stan Bennett, 1994, Australian Govt. Are you sure you want to remove Mortality surveillance, Australia, 1981-1992 from your list? Mortality surveillance, Australia, 1981-1992.

Tracking injury mortality is fundamental to injury surveillance because death is both a severe and an easily measured outcome. The focus of this chapter is the surveillance of fatal injuries using existing data systems, primarily from the USA, although aspects of systems from some other countries are discussed.

The disease surveillance points system reflected total mortality, the broad cause-of-death distribution and the geographic distribution of deaths more accurately, because the sampling strategy employed ensured a nationally representative sample. 10 However, neither system was able to provide representative data on mortality or the causes of death at the provincial level.

Surveillance of tobacco use is an essential component of any tobacco-control program. Despite its importance, no comprehensive surveillance system has been established that measures asthma trends at the state or local level. This "is the second in a series of publications describing current trends in mortality in Australia. For the more important causes of death it gives a detailed statistical profile including number. More).

Asbestos-related mortality increased three-fold between 1979 and 2002, with a clear excess risk demonstrated among . On the other hand, mortality rates for silicosis and CWP declined significantly during the same time period.

Asbestos-related mortality increased three-fold between 1979 and 2002, with a clear excess risk demonstrated among males. Although progress has been made in reducing deaths due to occupational silicosis and CWP, asbestosis rates continue to rise, reflecting the long latency between dust exposure and clinical disease.