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Mensagem por RONALDO ALMEIDA em Dom Abr 19, 2009 5:32 pm

Dos TOP 50, 38 SAO dos ESTADOS UNIDOS!!!
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Mensagem por RONALDO ALMEIDA em Dom Abr 19, 2009 5:37 pm

europeus NO ranking? 2 FRANCESES, 3 ALEMAES e UM ESPANHOL!!!! eh eh eh....

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Mensagem por JOHN ROBERTS em Qua Set 09, 2009 3:29 pm

RONALDO ALMEIDA escreveu:Dos TOP 50, 38 SAO dos ESTADOS UNIDOS!!!
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E interessante como nenhum sr. SOCIALISTA respondeu a esta TABELA!

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Mensagem por Viriato em Qua Set 09, 2009 5:08 pm

Gostaria do ranking dos melhores serviços prestados, mortalidade infantil, população coberta etc. Gostaria também que me informasse quais, entre os hospitais indicados, são destinados ao healt care. Aqueles 50.000.000 que não têm seguro de vida. Obrigado....

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Mensagem por JOHN ROBERTS em Qua Set 09, 2009 5:13 pm

Viriato escreveu:Gostaria do ranking dos melhores serviços prestados, mortalidade infantil, população coberta etc. Gostaria também que me informasse quais, entre os hospitais indicados, são destinados ao healt care. Aqueles 50.000.000 que não têm seguro de vida. Obrigado....

ja expliquei isso 1000 vezes, mas o SR. e outros nao querem ouvir a verdade dos factos. qUANTO A ISTO, nao vejo nenhum hospital DO magnifico sns AI NA LISTA!

MAS como sou BONZINHO e voce tem a INTERNET a sua disposicao, va e INVESTIGUE que :

1- 85% DOS americanos ESTAO satisfeitissimos COM O SEGURO DE SAUDE QUE TEEM
2- Os AMERICANOS nao querem o ESTADO a meter-se com a sua SAUDE.
3- Os tais 40 000 000 que gostam de PROPANGANDEAR, trata-se de 15 000 000 QUE PODEM PAGAR UM SEGURO, mas decidem nao o ter. INCLUEM nesse NUMERO ENGANADOR E MENTIROSO, 12 000 000 de ILEGAIS quie aqui NAO TEEM DIREITOS, porque aqui estao ILEGAIS. os outros SE O estado QUER INTEGRAR-LOS NO medicaid, QUE O FACA, mas O POVO nao quer o ESTADO ENVOLVIDO na SAUDE, nem isso esta na CONSTITUICAO. Para alem disso , o ESTADO nao condegue nem tratar da SAUDE dos VETERANOS da GUERRA, FALIRAM a SEGURANCA SOCIAL, O MEDICARE e tudo o que tocam. Nao sr. VIRIATO. Aqui nao queremos NADA DISSO! E POR ISSO, o sr. OBAMA esta a ter dificuldades comos seus PLANOS SOCIALISTAS! Que aqui NAO PEGAM.

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Mensagem por Viriato em Qua Set 09, 2009 5:39 pm

Já vi que não quer responder. Não se preocupe. Eu vou-lhe mandando uns dados. Pegue lá este, para começar...

US infant mortality rate now worse than 28 other countries
OMS-II
Fri, 24 Oct 2008 06:11:01 -0700

There are several factors involved in this:

1. The people in the lower economic tiers tend to be less
healthy.....they smoke more, eat worse (worst obesity is among the
poor) and care less about their health. As such, even folks on
Medicaid who are eligible for prenatal healthcare don't care enough to
participate in the process. Further, they are more likely to smoke/
drink while pregnant.

2. Single parents of newborns are much more prevalent among the
poor....again, a social/environmental problem...not a health care
system one.

3. We have more NICU's per capita in this country than any other
country. As such, many more "preemies".....who are much more likely to
die.....are brought into this world that likely wouldn't have made it
in other countries with less technology available per capita.

What I am NOT saying is that our health care system doesn' t need
work.

What I am saying is that you really need to look deeper into a problem
than what appears on the surface.

My two cents' worth.

On Oct 24, 5:55 am, "\"Lone Wolf\"" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> US infant mortality rate now worse than 28 other countries
> By Patrick O’Connor
> 18 October 2008
>
> A report issued Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and
> Prevention (CDC) documents how the infant mortality rate in the United
> States is growing in relation to other countries. The study, "Recent
> Trends in Infant Mortality in the United States," found that at least
> 28 other countries now have lower death rates for infants in the first
> year of life.
>
> The US's relative position has declined steadily. In 1960, it had the
> 12th lowest infant mortality rate, but by 1990 had dropped to 23rd
> place, and by 2004—the latest year of the CDC's comparative world
> figures on living standards—the US ranked 29th. The most recent study,
> published in July and titled "The Measure of America," estimated that
> the US is now in 34th place.
>
> The CDC report found that there was no improvement in the incidence of
> US infant deaths between 2000 and 2005, a "plateau in the US infant
> mortality rate represent[ing] the first period of sustained lack of
> decline in the US infant mortality rate since the 1950s." This "has
> generated concern among researchers and policy makers," the report
> noted.
>
> For the year 2000, the infant mortality rate was 6.89 per 1,000, a
> rate that remained stagnant for five years before declining slightly
> to 6.71 between 2005 and 2006.
>
> The CDC noted: "The impact of child mortality is considerable: there
> are more than 28,000 deaths to children under 1 year of age each year
> in the United States."
>
> Several countries in Scandinavia (Sweden, Norway, Finland) and East
> Asia (Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore) have an infant mortality rate below
> 3.5, almost half the US rate. The CDC's 2004 rankings placed the US in
> a tie with Poland and Slovakia, and only marginally ahead of Puerto
> Rico and Chile. The US was behind every developed country in North
> America, Western Europe, and Australasia, as well as Cuba, Hungary,
> Israel, and the Czech Republic.
>
> Infant mortality is a critical indicator of social progress. As the
> CDC report explains, "Infant mortality is one of the most important
> indicators of the health of a nation, as it is associated with a
> variety of factors such as maternal health, quality and access to
> medical care, socioeconomic conditions, and public health practices."
>
> This decline in world rankings is another expression of US
> capitalism's decay. The gutting of social programs by successive
> Democrat and Republican administrations over the last four decades has
> led to an extraordinary social reversion. A tiny layer at the top has
> enriched itself through the dismantling of all impediments to the
> accumulation of private wealth and corporate profit, supported by tax
> cuts and the slashing of investment in critical social infrastructure.
> That infant mortality rates are now stagnating for the first time in
> five decades underscores the accelerating character of the social
> crisis.
>
> The CDC report documented the disparity of infant mortality rates
> among racial classifications. "Non-Hispanic white," Latino, and Asian-
> American children had lower than average rates, while "American Indian
> or Alaskan Native," Puerto Rican, and "non-Hispanic black" families
> had higher rates.
>
> The report noted, however, that the "infant mortality rate did not
> change significantly for any race/ethnicity group from 2000 to 2005."
>
> In 2005, African-American infants suffered a death rate of 13.63 per
> 1,000 births, by far the highest average. The CDC's 2004 world
> rankings indicate that a black American baby would have a better
> chance of survival if born in Russia (which has a rate of 11.5) or
> Bulgaria (11.7).
>
> The CDC report did not assess infant mortality in relation to social
> class or family income.
>
> Another study released earlier this month, however, documented this
> correlation. Published by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and
> titled "America's Health Starts With Healthy Children: How do States
> Compare?" the report found: "In almost every state, shortfalls in
> health are greatest among children in the poorest or least-educated
> households, but even middle-class children are less healthy than
> children with greater advantages. Within each racial or ethnic group,
> a steep income gradient is evident. Children's general health status
> improves as family income increases."
>
> It also reported: "Nationally, and in every state, infant mortality
> rates increased with decreasing levels of mothers' education." The
> mortality rate for children whose mothers had completed 16 or more
> years of school was 4.2 deaths per 1,000 births, compared to 7.8
> deaths for children whose mothers had completed 11 years or less of
> school.
>
> The failure to improve the infant death rate between 2000 and 2005
> came despite significant advances in medical technology, including
> care for prematurely born babies.
>
> What the CDC termed "preterm birth"—i.e., those at less than 37 weeks
> gestation—is a key risk factor for infant mortality. In 2005, 69
> percent of all infant deaths occurred to preterm babies. The report
> stated: "The plateau in the US infant mortality rate from 2000 to 2005
> was largely due to the combina­tion of the increase in the percentage
> of very preterm births and the lack of decline in the infant mortality
> rate for these births."
>
> Only those parents who can afford to pay for treatment can be sure
> that their premature babies will receive the necessary care.
> Similarly, many families are finding it increasingly difficult to
> afford the advanced medical treatment which many infants require in
> their first year. About 45 million Americans, or 15 percent of the
> population, are now estimated to be without any form of health
> insurance.
>
> At every level, corporate control over the health care system distorts
> and undermines the rational provision of medical services. Per capita
> US health spending was $6,714 in 2006, more than twice the average of
> other advanced countries. But this spending has failed to improve the
> population's health. Infant mortality is one indication of this;
> another is the extraordinary fact that 41 countries now have a longer
> life expectancy than does the US.
>
> Official per capita health spending figures are in fact misleading. If
> the resources invested in genuine medical care and treatment were to
> be calculated and compared, there is little doubt that the US would
> rank far below many other countries. A substantial portion of
> purported American health spending is simply siphoned off as profit by
> the major health firms, insurance companies, and pharmaceutical
> interests.
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I was listening to the radio a few days back it was a show with Mark Simone sitting in for Sean Hannity ( I’m not the biggest fan of either) and he was interviewing a tomato. The subject at hand was Socialized Health Care.
The tomato, aka Bob Beckle the very same person who ran Mondale’s campaign -some say he ran it into the ground but that’s unfair after all Mondale did barely win his own state- regurgitated two points that are at the top of the liberal repertoire of lies.
1) The US has one of the worst infant mortality rate (IMR) .
2) “I had preexisting conditions cannot get health insurance”
Both those topics are easily manipulated by left wing scum bags who rely on sound bite size slogans to feed their lazy and ignorant minions need for justification of their bigoted anti-American agenda. My readers on the hand are thoughtful educated individuals who care about finding out the truth and therefore will have no trouble understanding how the media and the liberals are misrepresenting these two issues.
The first one, the liberal lie that “The US has one of the worst infant death rate in the world” is the kind of bold face lie that only scum bags like Beckle still spews. The reality is that we have by far the best and highest infant survivability rate in the entire world probably better than France, Italy and Germany combined.
Here is the how the lie is propagated.
In most European countries the size of the baby determines if the baby is born alive or stillborn.
Even in most “civilized” European nations such as Germany, Austria and France a live, kicking and screaming baby is reported as still borne, dead, if it weighs under 1.1025 pound ( 500 grams).
Other European countries , such as Switzerland, require that the fetus must be at least 30 centimeters (12 inches) long to be declared “alive”
In France and Belgium additional RULES require that a baby be at least 26 weeks old to be declared alive.
In less “civilized” countries such as Russia and some of its former satellites the size requirement is 2.205 pounds ( 1000 grams) less that 28 weeks or less than 14 inches ( 35 cm) or failed to survive 7 days. If those conditions were not met the baby was declared still born.
In many countries the death of a 12 month old infant is just registered as a death of a 13 month old baby and thus no longer part of the IMR.
“Another seemingly paradoxical finding is that when countries with poor medical services introduce new medical centers and services, instead of declining the reported IMRs often increase for a time.”
Further more there is the deliberate inaccurate reporting of infant vs. stillborn deaths in most of the world. If we add to that the exceptionally high rate of abortions performed, even just late term abortions than the picture takes a ghastly turn towards some sort of Hieronymus Bosch living hell and the EU hospitals can be easily characterized as abattoirs.Please Click On the Adds So We can Stick Around a Bit Longer












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Its virtually impossible to get real stillborn rates but its very significant to note that Sweden and Denmark which rank No.3 and N0. 14 respectively in the UN Infant Mortality Rate also has the highest stillbirth rate in Western Europe with over 7 per 100.( That’s 40% higher than even the worldwide rates!)
In Japan which ranks third int he UN IMR rankings there is a statistical anomaly regarding the incredibly high stillbirth rates ( especially the number of female infants reported dead in the first 24 hours ). In 2002 the Japanese still birth rate was an astonishing 31 per 1000 which rivals the 32 per 100o recorded in South-East Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa and is over SIX TIMES HIGHER than the worldwide average
The reported EU IMR rate is 5,72 per thousand and the US rate is 6.62 per thousand . Lets do some arithmetic here, sorry liberals I know I’ll lose you here, and see how that adds up. In the us there are a reported approximately 13% of babies born premature ( I have found no data on babies born at term but under EU measurements). If Japan ranked number three is reduced to a more realistic world wide average of 5 stillborn deaths per 1000 and we add the difference of 26 babies to the official UN IMR rate of 3.4 per 1000 then we get a total of 29.4 per 1000. Way higher than the 6.2 in the US and in the same neighborhood with Kazakhstan and Indonesia. If we apply the same method to Sweden and use average EU stillbirth rates then the IMR rate becomes 6.2 per thousand the same as the US.
As you can see I have just given very compelling evidence , with a simple investigation using publicly available information in less than an hour’s time, that the Infant Mortality Rates as currently published by the UN and WHO are bogus. Why isn’t the UN devoting more time to investigating this? Well we know that answer, the UN wastes no occasion to discredit and belittle the United States but why aren’t the libs doing more to find out the truth? Well, I could post the answer by I don’t like to repeat myself.
Visit with us soon so you can see how we dismantle the second lie that Benkle told : “I had preexisting conditions cannot get health insurance”
http://www.cbo.gov/doc.cfm?index=6219&type=0
http://blog.imperfectparent.com/2006/07/24/the-lie-about-us-infant-mortality-rates/
http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0301211503004500
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infant_mortality
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ansley_J._Coale
http://www.cbo.gov/doc.cfm?index=6219&type=0
http://blog.imperfectparent.com/2006/07/24/the-lie-about-us-infant-mortality-rates/
http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0301211503004500
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infant_mortality
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ansley_J._Coale

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