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This range is close to the standard population suggested by the MoHME (12,500) and also close to the mean population of each Health Post in Kashan (10,000).
"The AV calculator, as proposed here, has been developed using a set of claims data weighted to reflect the standard population projected to enroll in the individual and small group markets for the identified year of enrollment," officials said.
Age-standardised rates were estimated via the direct method with the world standard population, specific rates were calculated via the following variables: gender, sites, and age according to quinquennial ranges (18 categories) and large groupings.
For example, the mortality rate in Bryncethin ward, Bridgend, which was correctly quoted as 1,499 per 100,000 based on ONS's standard method, would be only 1,048 per 100,000 using WHO's standard population.
This means that in 68% of the standard population, scores ranged from 85 to 115.
Premiums will be based on the average health status of a standard population. Annual out-of-pocket costs will be capped at $5,950 for individuals and $11,900 for families.
Rates are per 100,000 of population and are age-adjusted to the US 2000 Standard Population. The US population was obtained from the Statistical Abstract of the United States.
"We found that the 454 System's deep sequencing method enabled the detection of both common viral variants and those undetected by standard population sequencing, with high intra- and inter-laboratory consistency." Specifically, the study results showed 100% concordance with standard Sanger sequencing for mutations with a Stanford Database score of greater-than or equal to 5.
"Standard Population III stars were hotter and bluer by comparison," says Freese.
Cancer incidence is generally expressed as Age Adjusted or Age Standardised Incidence Rates (AAR) per 100,000 persons according to world standard population. Among females, the most common sites of cancers are breast and cervix.
The annual age- and sex-adjusted incidence rates of all three skin cancers were computed per 100,000 person-years by direct standardization according to the European Standard Population. Trends in incidence were estimated by calculating the estimated annual percentage change using Microsoft Excel.
(7) Age-standardised incidence rates were calculated by applying the world standard population. (8) Incidence rates were considered significantly different if their 95% confidence interval (CI) did not overlap.

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