1 for a diabetic Vioxx user results in an attributable risk
ratio of 83.
Next, for each adverse outcome we assigned a percent attributable risk
due to a genetic association (Table 1).
Caption: Average population attributable risk
for physical inactivity was 33% in the middle-age group and 24% in the older-age group.
Calculation of Attributable Risk
of Incident Asthma Related to Pollutants Individual Odds Study Pollutant Ratio Nordling 2008 (27) [PM.
Moreover, the attributable risk
of lung cancer due to indoor radon exposure assessed in our analysis on the basis of the joint analyses of indoor case-control studies is compatible with the risk observed in studies of miners (Darby et al.
However, the incidence and prevalence of CHD are highest in the population over 65, so that the attributable risk
is greater in the elderly than in younger populations.
Only a few studies have examined the population attributable risk
for childhood overweight.
The attributable risk
of the primary outcome due to elective delivery before 39 weeks of gestation was 48% at 37 weeks, a result implying that postponing elective delivery to 39 weeks might prevent 48% of cases of the primary outcome," Dr.
In our study, the foodborne risk factor with the highest attributable risk
was cooked chicken, with an estimated median of 21.
from intervention trial (Davenport, Iowa).
Since that time, studies assessing GBS risk after seasonal flu vaccinations "have shown either no risk or a very small attributable risk
of approximately one case per million doses," the investigators wrote (aim Infect.
Population attributable risk
(PAR) can be used to estimate the proportion of breast cancer incidence attributable to risk factors such as HRT.
Our recent study of pregnant women in Quindio, Colombia, found factors that explained attributable risk
percent for infection to be eating rare meat (0.
In a cohort of Colombian women, the population attributable risk
was 50% (Dennis et al.
6% for controls, "giving a potential attributable risk