*Part, Chapter, Paragraph*

1 I, 3. 3 | the demographic dependency **ratios** are ‘much milder’ in NMS12
2 I, 3. 3 | having reached declining **ratios** more recently.~ ~On average,
3 I, 3. 3 | declining old-age dependency **ratios** in certain years. Ireland
4 I, 3. 3 | their old-age dependency **ratios** increase, varying from 0.
5 I, 3. 3 | to the 2005 values, all **ratios** will increase in the coming
6 I, 3. 3 | Sweden, old-age-dependency **ratios** will rise by 43 points,
7 I, 3. 3 | Their old-age-dependency **ratios** will increase by 2.3% per
8 II, 5. 5. 3| Prevalence and adjusted odds **ratios** for main medical conditions
9 II, 5. 5. 3| with differing prevalence **ratios** (PR) when comparing individuals
**10** II, 5. 5. 3| in men, with female:male **ratios** between 1.1 and 3.4. Mean
11 II, 8. 2. 3| Italy and Sweden (Odds **Ratios** males/females in the range
12 II, 8. 2. 3| more marked in men (Odd **Ratios** males/females in the range
13 II, 9. 3. 2| also had relatively high **ratios** in the 1990s, but their
14 II, 9. 3. 2| in the 1990s, but their **ratios** have declined, especially
15 II, 9. 3. 2| gives the maternal mortality **ratios** for the two-year period
16 II, 9. 3. 2| higher maternal mortality **ratios** after the year 2000 than
17 II, 9. 3. 2| variations in maternal mortality **ratios** in Europe. It is difficult
18 III, 10. 2. 1| quantities and in the correct **ratios** essential for maintaining
19 IV, 11. 4 | Modelling cost-effectiveness **ratios** using quality-adjusted life