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Based on the analysis of 301 430 participants without any known history of coronary heart disease after adjustment for age, sex, systolic blood pressure, smoking status, history of diabetes, and body mass index (8); the hazard ratio for coronary heart disease related to nonHDL can be represented by a simple linear relationship using linear regression analysis.
Of note, the crude hazard ratio in the intermediate group was identical to the adjusted and achieved marginal statistical significance.
These rates translate to a circumcision effectiveness of 68% in the survival analysis, the adjusted hazard ratio of HTV acquisition during the posttrial period was 0.
The hazard ratio is estimated by dividing the median survival time of group A by the median survival time of group B, or 4 months/6 months = 0.
An additional analysis using a linear model showed that the mortality hazard ratio changed across the lifespan and declined rapidly with increasing age.
For men, the fully adjusted hazard ratio for cardiac death was 0.
In the fully adjusted model, with desirable cholesterol (< 200 mg/dL) as the reference, the hazard ratio for Alzheimer's disease three decades later was 1.
The study of 87,032 women who gave birth to single babies between 1996 and 2002 found the risk of stillbirth among users of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) was not significantly greater than nonusers of NRT (adjusted hazard ratio 0.
Human herpesvirus 6 (HHV-6) acquisition was associated with female sex (adjusted hazard ratio of 1.
10] TCDD was entered as the exposure variable, the hazard ratio associated with a 10-fold increase in TCDD was 1.
After adjusting for age, body mass index, baseline blood pressure and other potential confounders, the hazard ratio for incident hypertension was 1.
Patterns were similar for full and for any breast-feeding In Cox regression analyses, the risk of not being exclusively breast-fed was reduced among infants born in hospitals with low compliance (adjusted hazard ratio, 0.