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At 28 days post-stroke, those who had suffered haemorrhagic stroke had a greater case fatality rate than those who had suffered a stroke as a result of a cerebral infarct.
Health facilities across South Sudan report an upsurge of malaria with high case fatality rate in the first seven months of 2012.
The west and central Africa region is facing one of the worst cholera where case fatality rate is above five percent," she added.
Chaignat said the case fatality rate of the outbreak is 7.
Although the researchers saw a case fatality rate of just under 2 percent, which makes P.
A study in the June issue of Emerging Infectious Diseases also found the Clostridium difficile-related, age-adjusted case fatality rate rose from 1.
It points out that the majority of cases reported of infection with this bacterium have described neonates with sepsis, meningitis or necrotising enterocolitis as a consequence of the infection; the case fatality rate has been as high as 33% * An article in Paediatric Bulletin, `Infections associated with powdered infant formula', which stresses that powdered infant formula is not sterile and therefore may be colonised with bacterial organisms, going on to describe cases of infection with Salmonella and E.
The death rate from cholera has decreased, with a case fatality rate nation since it was uncovered last week.