This plan should revive the economy, or at any rate create more jobs. The ratio of the inactive to the active population is called the economic dependency ratio 9. How does hospital capacity impact the COVID death rate? Copyright(C) 2020 Infrastructure Development Institute-Japan. 〔+目的語+前置詞+(代)名詞〕〈…を〉〔…の一人と〕みなす，考える 〔among，with〕. All Rights Reserved. Copyright (c) 1995-2020 Kenkyusha Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. Forum file photo, 506 James St. / PO Box 974, That way, it was clear the decrease in the death rate wasn’t just due, for example, to younger and healthier patients being admitted over the summer. © 2000 - 2020 Hyper Dictionary, All rights reserved. It was “all hands on deck,” he recalls. (the relative speed of progress or change), (amount of a charge or payment relative to some basis), (a quantity or amount or measure considered as a proportion of another quantity or amount or measure), (a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit). We started to use those in our treatment regimen. Since the week ending September 26 (MMWR week 39), weekly hospitalization rates have increased. Why more people have been surviving a bout of COVID-19 is likely a combination of doctors having more experience with the disease, the availability of effective treatments and many hospitals no longer being overtaxed. Petrilli: It plays an incredibly important role.… In intensive care units, you need to have available beds so that if there’s an emergency, if there’s a bolus of patients, there’s a place to put them and providers to care for them.… If an ICU is bombarded with a surge of patients, it’s much more difficult for them to even triage who needs to be seen immediately. SN: What other concerns do you have as cases rise? The overall cumulative COVID-19-associated hospitalization rate through the week ending October 31, 2020 was 207.1 hospitalizations per 100,000 population. 危険な速度で運転する.
SN: What did you learn about what’s driving the change in the COVID-19 mortality rate? また、当サイトで提供する用語解説の著作権は、(株)朝日新聞社及び(株)朝日新聞出版等の権利者に帰属します。 Even with improvements in care, this latest surge threatens to overwhelm hospitals and lead to more deaths. Petrilli: The reason why we published this study is because we wanted to see, was it just the demographics were changing? The rate of inflation is slowing down. The interview has been edited for length and clarity. Because anecdotally we saw that the patients who were being admitted were younger. New York City wasn’t alone.
〔+目的語+at+(代)名詞〕《主に英国で用いられる》〈建物などを〉(課税のために)〔ある額に〕評価する 《★通例受身で用いる》. Copyright © Benesse Holdings, Inc. All rights reserved. [Some other possible reasons are] the improvements in treatment [or that] potentially patients are getting a lower dose of the virus because of masking. at a rapid rate. ©The Asahi Shimbun Company / VOYAGE MARKETING, Inc. All rights reserved. 〔+目的語+(as)補語〕〈…を〉〈…と〉みなす，思う 《★as を省略するのは 《主に米国で用いられる》》. How has care changed since the beginning of the pandemic? A special category of dependents is that of persons receiving public assistance 7 or public welfare recipients 7. If medical professionals get infected, then they’re unable to provide care while they’re quarantining for two weeks. The worth of the building is rated at ＄10 million. Persons incapable of work are called unemployable 8. It's getting late, at any rate let's finish this job. 急速に. It puts stress on the lungs and actually can lead to increased inflammation, which is one of the potential mechanisms for why COVID causes such devastation to not only the lungs but other organs in the body. But if a hospital doesn’t have experience taking care of COVID patients, they’ll probably get better over time just like we did. CMUdict is Copyright (C) 1993-2008 by Carnegie Mellon University. On Oct. 30, per the CDC, the United States posted its highest ever one-day total of cases: 99,750. So many COVID-19 patients were admitted to his hospital system, NYU Langone Health, during that surge — 1,724 adults in March and 2,305 in April — that “everyone was pitching in to do whatever they could to help,” he says. This currency rates table lets you compare an amount in US Dollar to all other currencies.
MN I don’t know what the long-term mental health effects are going to be, but it’s certainly going to be something that we have to keep an eye on. By August, the number of COVID-19 patients had dropped considerably, to a more manageable 134. ピン留めアイコンをクリックすると単語とその意味を画面の右側に残しておくことができます。, Weblio専門用語対訳辞書はプログラムで機械的に意味や英語表現を生成しているため、不適切な項目が含まれていることもあります。ご了承くださいませ。, Weblio英和対訳辞書はプログラムで機械的に意味や英語表現を生成しているため、不適切な項目が含まれていることもあります。ご了承くださいませ。, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike (CC-BY-SA), 割合、率、歩合、相場、レート、(一定の率に基づいた)料金、値段、速度、進度、(家・店の所有者が地方自治体に支払う)固定資産税. in computing, a rate called regeneration rate発音を聞く例文帳に追加, 「carrier rate（保因率）」とも呼ばれる。 - PDQ®がん用語辞書 英語版, 「survival rate（生存率）」とも呼ばれる。 - PDQ®がん用語辞書 英語版, also called esr and sedimentation rate.発音を聞く例文帳に追加, 「esr」、「sedimentation rate（血沈）」とも呼ばれる。 - PDQ®がん用語辞書 英語版, ¶to make [determine, establish, set] a rate. 経済成長率. They may be rentiers 5 or persons of independent means 5, retired persons or pensioners 6. The economically inactive population may be divided into dependents 1 (350-5) and self-supporting persons 2. We’re talking about mortality and we’re talking about hospitalizations, but we really don’t fully understand what the impact of getting COVID will do long-term…. インフレ進行度は鈍っている. Petrilli: The hypothesis would be that it would go up. All rights reserved. Copyright(C)2002-2020 National Institute of Information and Communications Technology. rate (三人称単数 現在形 rates, 現在分詞 rating, 過去形および過去分詞形 rated). the going ［the regular］ rate for private tuition, hire a cab at a cheap ［a dear, a high］ rate. Initially in the pandemic, the thought was to try to mechanically ventilate patients earlier. Cognate with Swedish rata (“to reject, refuse, find fault, slight”), Norwegian rata (“to reject, cast aside”), 古期英語 hratian (“to rush, hasten”). the rate of economic growth. The resources will be more taxed, and it will be just more difficult to provide the same care…. DBCLS Home Page by DBCLS is licensed under a, All Rights Reserved, Copyright © Japan Science and Technology Agency. A cruder measurement — simply dividing the number of deaths by the number of cases — finds the country’s rate dropped from 6.7% in April to 1.9% in September, according to data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
All Rights Reserved. Two research letters published today in JAMA estimate excess deaths due to COVID-19 and other causes in different countries since the pandemic began, one finding a higher coronavirus death rate in the United States than in 18 other countries since early May, and the other showing that the overall US death rate rose 20% from March to August, with 67% of the excess deaths attributable to the virus. A crush of cases could test gains made with treatments and understanding of the disease, North Dakota has hit 500 coronavirus deaths, including 85 in Cass County. 1)「率」単位時間当たりに読出しが可能な文字数とか単位時間当たりのページングの回数などのような割合を表すのに使われる.2)「速度」データや信号などが送られるときの速度やシステムが命令を実行するときの速度などを表すのに使われる.3)「料金」通信回線の使用に対して課せられる料金など. Not every hospital has the same resources. Brainerd, The COVID-19 death rate has fallen across the United States as a whole. There’s been studies in the United Kingdom about steroids being helpful. 1 速度；（仕事・活動などの）進度；程度, 度合い. Petrilli: We need to promote the [social] distancing and the mask wearing…. drive at a dangerous rate. We really don’t know what we don’t know at this point regarding what this virus can cause. 可算名詞 [通例複数形で] 《主に英国で用いられる》 (家・店の所有者が地方自治体に支払う)固定資産税，地方税 (property tax) 《★1989‐90 年に community charge に変更され，さらに 1993 年以降は council tax となった》. rate her costume designs with ［above］ theirs. Over that time, the mortality rate dropped too: from 25.6% in March to 7.6% in August, Petrilli and his colleagues report online Oct. 23 in the Journal of Hospital Medicine. So we wanted to make sure that the lower mortality rate was not only due to patient demographic changes. I definitely have colleagues who are emotionally strained and drained, but I think the whole country is right now, too.
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Science News spoke with Petrilli about what’s behind the decrease in the mortality rate and the threat posed by rising cases. We’ve also been able to see what treatments work effectively. Many places in the United States are seeing uncontrolled spread of the disease. an incident that doesn't rate a mention in the paper, a performance that didn't rate very high in the competition. 「Rate」の意味・例文・用例ならWeblio英和・和英辞書 Rate: 割合,率,歩合,相場,レート,(一定の率に基づいた)料金,値段,速度,進度,(家・店の所有者が地方自治体に支払う)固定資産税 No reproduction or republication without written permission. Petrilli: It’s possible that a lot of the [mortality rate] decline could be from providers across the country just feeling more comfortable taking care of COVID patients. From Middle English rate, from Old French rate, from Medieval Latin rata, from Latin prō ratā parte (“according to a fixed part”), from ratus (“fixed”), from rērī (“think, deem, judge, estimate", originally "reckon, calculate”). We’ve since moved away to try to delay mechanical ventilation…. This story was originally published by Science News, a nonprofit independent news organization. SN: As cases rise again and hospitals fill, what could happen to the death rate? Dependents depend for their support on the efforts of earners 3 or breadwinners 3; this is for example the case of housewives (350-4) and dependent children 4. １ 馬車や農機などの車輪が動かないよう、所定の穴に指して固定するピン。２ （比喩的に）物事の要(かなめ)。... 「コトバンク」は朝日新聞社の登録商標です。「コトバンク」のサイトの著作権は(株)朝日新聞社及び(株)VOYAGE MARKETINGに帰属します。 Most health systems have likely followed very closely all of the new treatment guidelines [and] testing guidelines that have been published, so they certainly would be better off than we were back in March when there was no data to go on. But rising cases could reverse the mortality rate trend. Copyright © 2020 JILI. Copyright © 2020 CJKI. The team’s calculation took into account the patients’ age, sex, race and ethnicity, past medical history and severity of illness. His new book rates among ［with］ the best sellers of this year. All Rights Reserved. That surge of patients in March and April could potentially be one of the biggest reasons why we had such an incredibly high mortality rate and why it’s improving now. The COVID-19 death rate has fallen across the United States as a whole.