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391) However, increased risk was associated with having a previous
392) Their cause-specific mortality risk was compared with that of age-matched
393) The highest risk was found to be concentrated in Finla
394) ficant association between FVL and sepsis risk was observed (OR = 0.93; 95% CI 0.74-
395) These high-risk groups can be targets for preventive
396) low-, medium-low-, medium-high-, and high-risk groups.
397) rts may need to be tailored for different risk groups.
398) t soy-LNS promotes linear growth among at-risk infants mainly between 9 and 12 month
399) the incidence of severe stunting among at-risk infants.
400) ur findings demonstrate that low and high-risk infants show different patterns of al
401) is study identified a variable pattern of risk among backpackers, with those spendin
402) We examined falling risk among elderly using a wearable inerti
403) within the mid-upper arm and is rarely at risk during extensive tumor extirpation.
404) el ventilatory support, is at significant risk during transport to radiology departm
405) t-risk countries should be aware of these risk estimators and should communicate clo
406) erformed to identify the most influential risk estimators.
407) The FMD fault tree can assist risk managers to develop more refined and
408) The fault tree method allows risk managers to identify immature parts o
409) Studies exploring whether variation in risk-adjusted mortality can be explained b
410) o small to produce a reliable 'signal' in risk-adjusted mortality rates.
411) ommunications plans in order to influence risk perception and promote public complia
412) not work out which may be due to a biased risk perception of childhood overweight de
413) Risk-adjusted rates of hematoma hemorrhage
414) This project assessed risk-adjusted rates of inpatient AEs for s
415) Premature birth may even risk the developing relationship between p
416) Given the high surgical risk, the venous anomaly and the presence
417) under censoring and time-varying relative risk which is achieved by an inverse proba
418) is an improved method in evaluating fall risk, which promises benefits in terms of
419) Fifty-two children with high caries risk (7.6 ± 1.4 years) were selected
420) t group, had significantly lower relative risk (RR) of anemia (16.8% vs 35.3%, RR =
421) g responsibility moderately increased WRF risk (a-OR = 1.9; 95% CI = 1.0-3.7).
422) FL but without p-RSW finally had a higher risk (odds ratio = 2.9; 95% confidence int
423) an that of patients with 16304T (relative risk, 0.513; 95% CI, 0.266-0.989; p = 
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(2)72 factors (10)7 group (18)4 stratification (26)2 mortality
(3)40 for (11)6 ratio (19)4 was (27)2 perception
(4)24 factor (12)5 behavior (20)3 groups (28)2 rates
(5)23 and (13)5 is (21)3 infants (29)2 the
(6)16 *null* (14)5 patients (22)2 among
(7)13 assessment (15)5 to (23)2 during
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--- WordNet output for risk --- =>1.損害の恐れ, 危険, 冒険, リスク, 2.危険にさらす, 3.敢えてする, 被保険者, 被保険物, 危険にさらす, 賭けてみる Overview of noun risk The noun risk has 4 senses (first 2 from tagged texts) 1. (4) hazard, jeopardy, peril, risk, endangerment -- (a source of danger; a possibility of incurring loss or misfortune; "drinking alcohol is a health hazard") 2. (2) risk, peril, danger -- (a venture undertaken without regard to possible loss or injury; "he saw the rewards but not the risks of crime"; "there was a danger he would do the wrong thing") 3. risk, risk of infection -- (the probability of becoming infected given that exposure to an infectious agent has occurred) 4. risk, risk of exposure -- (the probability of being exposed to an infectious agent) Overview of verb risk The verb risk has 2 senses (first 2 from tagged texts) 1. (8) risk, put on the line, lay on the line -- (expose to a chance of loss or damage; "We risked losing a lot of money in this venture"; "Why risk your life?"; "She laid her job on the line when she told the boss that he was wrong") 2. (2) gamble, chance, risk, hazard, take chances, adventure, run a risk, take a chance -- (take a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome; "When you buy these stocks you are gambling") --- WordNet end ---