difficile infections per 10,000 patient-years; age-specific incidence rates ranged from 2.
What does ASIR stand for?
ASIR stands for Age-Specific Incidence Rate (oncology)
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- Association for Science in the Public Interest
- American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians
- Association of Interventional Pain Physicians (Paducah, KY)
- Alcohol Sensitive Information Planning System
- American Society of IRS Problem Solvers
- Applied Strategies for Improving Patient Safety
- Army Standard Intelligence Plotter System
- Associazione Sportiva Italiana Pro Segugio
- Absolute Scanning Infrared Radiometer (Atmospheric Radiation Measurement; US Department of Education)
- Aeronautical Shipboard Installation Representative
- Amsterdam School of International Relations (Netherlands)
- Annals of Surgical Innovation and Research (publication)
- Arab Scientific Institute for Research and Transfer of Technology (Palestine)
- Australian Station Intelligence Report
- Automatic Signature Image Recognition (Muller Martini Corp.)
- Associazione della Svizzera Italiana per la Ricerca Biomedica
- Actinomycetes-Streptomyces Internet Resource Center
- American Studies Information Resource Center
- Aquatic Sciences Information Retrieval Center
- Australian Sustainable Industry Research Centre
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34 Number of new cases and Age-specific Incidence Rates by Gender, Italy 2010.
Data Analysis Incidence trends and age-specific incidence rates (2000 US standard population) were calculated using SEER*Stat (6.
These findings, based on the most comprehensive assessment to date of age-specific incidence rates of in situ breast cancer, while encouraging, also pose a particular challenge to health-care professionals.
Annualized age-specific incidence rates over the entire surveillance period were highest in children <2 years of age and the elderly (Tables 3, 4).
Age-specific incidence rates are shown in Figure 4.
We used data from the US national TB surveillance system to estimate age-specific incidence rates of TB among immigrants by time since arrival in the United States from each of 6 countries of origin: China, Haiti, India, South Korea, Philippines, and Vietnam.
We observed the highest age-specific incidence rate in infants <1 year of age.