[FIGURE 2 OMITTED] Risk of cataract surgery in HIV-positive people compared with general population HIV+ vs HIV- 1.
What does GP stand for?
GP stands for General Population (prisons)
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- Military and Government
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We have 60 other meanings of GP in our Acronym Attic
- Gel Pen
- Genç Parti (Young Party, Turkey)
- General Audiences/Parental Guidance Suggested (former MPAA rating)
- General Partner (IRB)
- General Partnership (company type)
- General Pathology
- General Patronage (older MPAA movie rating)
- General Pediatrics
- General Physics Corporation
- General Planning
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Overall, the elder group had similar habits in terms of height-weight ratio, smoking, exercise level and diet as similarly matched people in the general population.
Asked why experts worried about swine flu given the annual havoc wreaked by regular, seasonal influenza, Schuchat said "we are dealing with a novel virus" and that the general population had not built up resistance to the illness.
52% of heart/respiratory patients have some knowledge about DVT -- on par with the general population (51%).
 Better Diagnosis by CT Scans In the general population the five-year survival rate is 70% if lung cancer is caught at stage I (localized cancer), but only 5% at stage IV (distant metastases).
That's twice the suicide rate in severely depressed people and 45 times that expected in a general population of the same age, sex, and geographic characteristics, says a research team led by Katharine Phillips of Butler Hospital in Providence, R.
``I think we can prevent quite a bit of what these predator inmates are up to once we reshuffle the decks, moving them from the general population to single cells, causing us to be in control of whatever is going on, more so than where one predatory inmate can take control.
The report also compares current prison and jail mortality rates by demographic characteristics, offense types, and facility size and jurisdiction and compares the general population mortality rates with those in correctional facilities.