Diarrhoea deaths and case fatality rates
in children aged under 5 years, 2011/12-2016/17.
In contrast, motor vehicle fatality rates
for adults in the general population, including pedestrians, only begin to increase substantially at age 75 years (4).
Therefore, other objective aspects of inpatients units, such as fatality rate
and number of deceased patients, might have been related to the occurrence of emotional exhaustion.
In contrast, when passengers 35 or older ride with a teen driver, overall fatality rates
in crashes decrease eight percent.
[1,2] in the recent SAMJ Maternal and Child Health Supplement present trends in inpatient case fatality rates
for diarrhoeal disease, pneumonia and severe acute malnutrition (SAM), and a review of under-5 mortality and cause of death using several sources of nationally representative data.
This has meant that the sport is getting safer all the time and the fatality rate
in British racing has reduced by 1/3 in the last 20 years, to below 0.4% of runners in jump racing."
Together, these factors brought Alaska's workplace fatality rate
more in line with the nation overall.
Purpose: Research has shown that Appalachia has a higher traffic fatality rate
than the non-Appalachian United States.
"Since Americans drive more miles per year than the other countries in the chart, we will have the highest fatality rate
per 100,000 population."
Also in 2014, the motor vehicle crash fatality rate
fell to a record low of 1.07 deaths per 100 million vehicle miles traveled.
Its fatality rate
is 91.3 deaths per 100,000 workers.
During 2003-2013, the number of work-related fatalities in the oil and gas extraction industry increased 27.6%, with a total of 1,189 deaths; however, the annual occupational fatality rate
significantly decreased 36.3% (p<0.05) during this 11-year period.