The analysis was based on death attributed to the underlying cause of death as it was reported on death certificates and published in the Report of Public Health Statistics.
What does ULCD stand for?
ULCD stands for underlying cause of death
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We have 3 other meanings of ULCD in our Acronym Attic
- Unpressurized Logistics Carrier Attach System
- Ultra-Light Camouflage Support System
- Ultra Low Carbon Bainite
- Ultra Large Crude Carrier (extremely big tanker)
- Ultra Low Cost Carrier (avation)
- Uniform Law Conference of Canada
- Union League Club of Chicago
- University of London Church Choir (est. 1992; London, UK)
- University of London Computer Centre
- Universal Life Church Christian Fellowship (est. 1959)
- United Laotian Community Development, Inc. (est. 1994; California)
- Unified Life-Cycle Engineering
- United Linux Certified Expert
- University Lutheran Church of the Epiphany (St. Cloud, MN)
- Underwater Launch Current and Energy Recorder
- Ultra Low-Cost Handset
- University Lutheran Church of Hope
- UNIX and LINUX Computing Journal
- Universiteit Leiden Centre for Linguistics (Leiden, The Netherlands)
- Union Libanaise Culturelle Mondiale (French: World Lebanese Cultural Union)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Approximately 500 children from nine schools of Sana'a will participate in the marathon, with the aim to highlight and raise awareness about hunger and malnutrition- an underlying cause of death for thousands of children each year all over the world.
In the 601/816 cases in which autopsies had been performed, the most common underlying cause of death was ischaemic heart disease, and diseases of the cardiovascular, respiratory and central nervous systems accounted for the majority of natural deaths (Table II).
A PD outcome was measured as an inpatient admission with a diagnosis of PD or an underlying cause of death listed as PD.
The certifier should report the sequence of events leading to the death in Part I, with the underlying cause of death on the lowest used line and the immediate cause on line 1(a).
5% lower than in 2007, when the number of cases where the bug was recorded as the underlying cause of death peaked at 8,324.
Unfortunately, the synopsis of the cause of death noted on many death certificates is often inadequate in denoting physical and, when significant, mental factors, that were the underlying cause of death or that otherwise contributed to the death.