Term: Single Event Rate Indicators

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Last Updated: 2007-09-26

Definition:

A list of medical conditions where death, and for most conditions the disease itself, are preventable or avoidable so that even one case is considered to be disturbing (Carr et al., 1988 and Rustein et al., 1980).

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