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Standardized mortality ratios adjusted for age group, sex, and race were two to three times higher among persons with SLE relative to expected deaths in the general population.
There is no positive measure of quality of inpatient care available in Canada (such as patient satisfaction), but negative events are recorded and can give an idea of the effort a hospital puts into treating its patients: A hospital will achieve better quality if it reduces its in-hospital mortality measured by hospital standardized mortality ratio (HSMR), its rate of nosocomial events (such as in-hospital sepsis), or the proportion of patients who have to be readmitted after being discharged (CIHI, 2016c).
Standardized mortality ratio (SMR) corresponding to the ratio predicted mortality/mortality observed [sup][9] was calculated for scoring systems.
[1] involving 23 sites, on the contrary, female sex was found to cause a 2.5-fold increased standardized mortality ratio (95% confidence interval 2.3-2.7).
Limitations of the facility-specific standardized mortality ratio for profiling health care quality in dialysis.
Yu, "A prospective study on the relationship between rubber occupational exposure and multiple diseases: analysis of standardized mortality ratio," Chinese journal of public health, vol.
Standardized mortality ratio improved from 3.65 in 'Era A" to 1.81 in "Era B" to 1.31 during "Era C" (p < 0.001), amounting to 127 deaths avoided among 3637 patients in 7 years.
Table Mental and physical disorders and mortality from suicide Disorder Standardized mortality ratio (a) Eating disorders 23.14 Major depressive disorder 20.35 Sedative abuse 20.34 Mixed drug abuse 19.23 Bipolar disorder 15.05 Opioid abuse 14.00 Dysthymia 12.12 Obsessive-compulsive disorder 11.54 Panic disorder 10.00 Schizophrenia 8.45 Personality disorders 7.08 AIDS 6.58 Alcohol abuse 5.86 Epilepsy 5.11 Child and adolescent disorders 4.73 Cannabis abuse 3.85 Spinal cord injury 3.82 Neuroses 3.72 Brain injury 3.50 Huntington's chorea 2.90 Multiple sclerosis 2.36 Malignant neoplasm 1.80 Mental retardation 0.88 (a.) Standardized mortality ratio is calculated by dividing observed mortality by expected mortality in the general population Source: Reference 7 Question 4
Hristova, "Standardized mortality ratio and seasonal fluctuations of mortality in Parkinson's disease," Folia Medica, vol.
As a result the standardized mortality ratio was 1.00, which means these HIV-positive people With a CD4 count of at least 500 had exactly the same death rate as people of the same age, sex, and country in the general population.
com) was used to calculate the standardized mortality ratio (SMR).
"However, the standardized mortality ratio for blacks is very much the same [compared to the local county] as it is for whites, illustrating the relatively high mortality rate in the black background community."

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