Translation for 'mortality' from English to Russian
NOUN1   a mortality | mortalities
NOUN2   mortality | -
SYNO death rate | deathrate | fatality rate | ...
смертность {ж}mortality
младенческая смертность {ж}
infant mortality
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Translation for 'mortality' from English to Russian

смертность {ж}

infant mortality
младенческая смертность {ж}мед.стат.
Usage Examples English
  • 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.
  • The most apparent causes of Abert's squirrel mortality are food shortage and injuries (such as broken teeth) that lead to mortality.
  • The mortality of adults is highest in late winter and early spring.
  • 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).
  • Women additionally have lower mortality rates in high-mortality conditions like famine and epidemics. In such conditions, most of the advantage comes from differences in infant mortality rates.

  • Horvath proposed that slower epigenetic aging rates could explain the mortality advantage of women and the Hispanic mortality paradox.
  • Tedros oversaw a program introducing 30,000 health extension workers, focused on reducing maternal mortality and child mortality.
  • Mortality of IIA is high, unruptured IIA are associated with a mortality reaching 30%, while ruptured IIA has a mortality of up to 80%.
  • In the English NHS the Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator, the Hospital Standardised Mortality Rate and the Risk Adjusted Mortality Index are all used.
  • Life expectancy at birth takes account of infant mortality and child mortality but not prenatal mortality.

  • Maternal mortality figures are available only through comparison.
  • 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.
  • Typical mortality rates are about 1% annually; during a harsh 2017 spring, the mortality rate was 10%.
  • Hispanics do not have a mortality advantage over non-Hispanic Whites in all mortality rates; they have higher rates for mortality from liver disease, cervical cancer, AIDS, homicide (males), and diabetes.
  • In the 19th century, the mortality rate of Austrian syndrome was about 75%; it has since decreased to approximately 32%.

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