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Using Nolte and McKee's list, age-standardized amenable mortality rates (SDRs) were calculated as the annual number of deaths over the population aged 0-74 years per 100,000 inhabitants.
Amenable deaths are a collection of diseases, such as diabetes and appendicitis, that are potentially preventable given effective and timely healthcare.
Galafold is designed to restore alpha-Gal A activity in patients who have amenable mutations.
An important result by Johnson [10] is that a locally compact group G is amenable if and only if the group algebra [L.
Amenable von Neumann subalgebras provide key tools in the study of the structure of the ambient von Neumann algebras.
The Humanics Method: A Tractate on the Way Forward in Academic Arenas Not Amenable to the Scientific Method
The resource estimate includes both shallow mineralization amenable to open-pit mining and deeper, high-grade mineralization amenable to conventional underground mining.
Their aim was to highlight those factors amenable to change before pregnancy, thereby informing decisions about interventions that could increase the likelihood of a normal outcome.
Blyth, McFadden, McAlister and Almeida Santos introduced and studied amenable partially ordered inverse semigroup in [3, 5, 6, 7].
Amenable is another in excellent form and can bring up the four-timer as he makes a swift reappearance in the Simply Cartons Production Handicap.
Global Banking News-May 29, 2013--German banking regulator says Libor still amenable to manipulations(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
FEW punters were cheering the return of racing at Southwell after a six-week break, as 100-1 shot Amenable stunned backers by flooring 4-11 favourite Horesradish in the two-year-old maiden auction.