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Silent Risk: Untangling the Mystery of Umbilical Cord Accidents - By Ann Douglas
Umbilical cord accidents are the stuff of which nightmares are made. Occurring in otherwise textbook pregnancies, they result in the deaths of one in every thousand babies. The mortality rate is noteworthy enough -- twice as many babies die from cord accidents as from SIDS -- but it only tells part of the story. Another three in every thousand babies are left severely disabled as a result of cord accidents.
Can I say "one out of a thousand babies" in place of "one in every thousand babies"?
Living in a Dying Solar System, Part 2: Delaying Doomsday
Roughly one out of 100 systems surveyed should show this debris field, if the simulations reflect reality.
Can I say "Roughly one in every hundred systems ..." instead of "Roughly one out of 100 systems"?