Also, those who walked had a lower risk of mortality due to cardiovascular disease, which people with diabetes are at higher risk of developing, according to a study published in August in the Archives of Internal Medicine.
What does ROM stand for?
ROM stands for Risk of Mortality
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We have 172 other meanings of ROM in our Acronym Attic
- Retention Office Manager (US DoD)
- Return of the Member (credit union evaluation)
- Return On Management
- Return on Marketing
- Rifters of Matter (gaming guild)
- Right on the Money
- Right Otitis Media (infection of the eardrum)
- Ring Opening Metathesis
- Rio Algom, Ltd. (Canada)
- Risk and Opportunity Management (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Usually, doctors and scientists claim that obese people are at a higher risk of mortality but a new study has found that obesity does not increase mortality risk.
However, among patients older than 80 years, living alone was not associated with an increased risk of mortality compared with those living with others (24.
There was no convincing evidence of a reduced risk of mortality during infancy (relative risk 0.
With the risk of mortality, especially the extension of life, an uncertainty, life insurance companies should look to develop income producing products that go well beyond the primitive concept of single-premium immediate annuities.
A study has shown that patients with severe, early-onset COPD who continued to smoke had a risk of mortality that was almost three times that of patients who stopped.
A serum aminotransferase level at the higher end of the "normal" range is associated independently with an increased risk of mortality from liver disease, according to an analysis of data from 142,055 men and women without known liver disease in a Korean insurance company database.