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First, it emphasizes the importance of adjusting for changes in inflation and in disease prevalence in future funding and legislation to prevent undue attention on disease areas where per-patient costs are well controlled.
* Accuracy of Herdsmen Reporting versus Serologic Testing for Estimating Foot-and-Mouth Disease Prevalence
Few studies have focused on the distribution and predictors of ACSH in Europe, and to our knowledge, no one has directly examined the influence of corresponding disease prevalence on ACSH rates (Burgdorf and Sundmacher 2014; Eggli et al.
Monitoring disease prevalence and guarding against the spread of such agents in endemic taxa are conservation priorities for the Galapagos, where recent increases in the prevalence of avian pox may have contributed to population declines and range contractions in other bird species.
Moreover, this study will also assess differences in disease prevalence between four species of stony corals, Orbicella annularis, Orbicella faveolata, Orbicella franksi, and Montastraea cavernosa.
Among the matters it considers are improving the Northern Serengeti Road and the emerging debate, the transport system, human populations and livelihoods, human disease prevalence, the distribution of alien plant species, and effects of roads and traffic on animal behavior and stress levels.
Hashmi et al7 reported similar disease prevalence of 63.33% in children presenting at Benazir Bhutto Hospital, Rawalpindi.
We tried to look at what's happening at the state-level, by comparing state-level CDC kidney disease prevalence data for 2011 and 2015.
Global Pharma Industry have estimated sales of very specific molecules based on the type (biological or chemical), disease prevalence, sponsor, depicted peak sales by leading market experts and other factors.
Australia and New Zealand are markets with resilient economies, substantial disease prevalence and established Parkinson's Disease markets".
Such information can be an invaluable resource for measuring disease prevalence [1] and disease comorbidity [2], the association between birth month and disease susceptibility [3], the prediction of outcomes [4], the measurement of economic impact of health care [5], and the discovery of etiological factors [6].