Annals of Life Insurance Medicine: Volume 4 by H. W. Kreis (auth.)

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9. Cf. the work mentioned under [4], p. 141. 10. Society of Actuaries: Impairment Study 1951. New York: Peter F. 12. 11. Cf. the work mentioned under [4], p. 141. 12. , L. M. AXTELL, and S. J. CUTLER: The relative survival rate; a statistical methodology. 6, Washington, 1961, p. 108. 13. : Uber den Zusammenhang zwischen Perioden- und Generationstafeln auf der Sterbeflache. Blatter of the German Actuarial Society, Vol. VII, 1965. H. W. KREIS 46 14. See Impairment Study 1951 mentioned under [10], p.

F. i. Hypertension, not renal in origin w. f. i. Essential benign hypertension (red hypertension) Renal hypertension (white hypertension) 32 0 1 2 3 Hypotension w. f. i. ) 1 2 3 4 5 9 35 0 1 2 3 4 Abnormalities in cardiac rate, rhythm and conduction Tamycardia, 88-100 per minute Tamycardia, 101 and more per minute Bradycardia, 55 and less per minute Paroxysmal tamycardia 51 H. KREIS 52 Irregular pulse, respiratory arrhythmia, extrasystoles, sinus arrhythmia 6 Arrhythmia absoluta, atrial (auricular) flutter, atrial (auricular) fibrillation 7 Disturbances in conduction, atrioventricular (A-V) block, bundle-branch block, arborization blolX, Wilson blolX, interventricular blolX 8 Nodal rhythm 9 Disturbed repolarisation 5 36 0 1 2 3 4 Changes and diseases of the myocardium Cardiac hypertrophy Cardiac dilatation Myocardial damage Cardiac failure with signs of congestion in kidney, liver or lungs; oedema of the lungs, cardiac oedema etc.

4. Risks from impairment groups The grouping of our impairment code according to the first number gives nine main groups. 2. In making our choice we applied the condition that for at least six of the twelve table sections the mortality ratio was based on at least five or more expected deaths according to normal mortality. The sample thus obtained is presented in table XXIX following. bJl «I Policy years 60-69 + + + + + + (-) - + + - + + + + 50-59 40-49 (-) - + - - + - + - 143 153 186 185 168 181 160 189 158 170 182 165 +l_~ (+) + + - 171 183 156 129 162 128 206 181 170 (0) 88 172 421 (273) 263 95 63 111 243 151 160 195 184 - - 30-39 (+) 30-69 (-) 194 162 155 156 159 154 60-69 - 139 100 (137) 125 104 138 202 180 176 189 193 180 205 176 262 204 205 158 79 40-49 74 102 48 (129) (169) 50-59 Policy years Circulatory system Policy years 151 152 - + + 159 187 170 ------ - 1 ___ - - - ____ + - + + (-) + 160 152 146 - + + - + - - - (+) 134 107 + - + - 150 144 137 145 122 126 169 73 74 146 (465) (52) 127 141 123 245 162 174 150 (0) 166 - 114 110 116 (90) (345) 124 159 (-) (+) (-) -- 152 135 158 163 147 Policy years Digestive system -- 139 118 163 124 114 3-516-10 \11-20 3-20 3-5 6-10 \11-20 3-20 Policy years Genito-urinary system (-) 137 127 127 158 146 (122) 236 3-5 6-10 11-20 3-20 3-5 6-10111-20 3-20 3-5 6-10 11-20 3-20 3-5\6-10 \11-2013-20 Policy years Respiratory system 30-39 ...

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