20,21] Albertsen and colleagues observed a cause-specific survival decrement for radiotherapy with a hazard ratio
First, the rate of death is higher in the Medicare period among those who were previously uninsured than among those who were previously insured (even if the hazard ratio
declines with years on Medicare).
Consider the hazard ratio
for Black-owned businesses that are incorporated.
When background characteristics and sexual behavior were controlled for in the survival analysis, the adjusted hazard ratio
of HIV acquisition during the posttrial period was 0.
There was little change in the hazard ratio
when HDL-cholesterol (HDL) was added to the model, suggesting that very little of the lower risk of heart disease was due to an increase in HDL from alcohol consumption.
After adjustment for age, body mass index, race/ethnicity, education, sex, and diabetes duration, the hazard ratios
for dementia, compared with patients who had no severe hypoglycemic episodes were 1.
Among patients who were on oral anticoagulants at baseline, the adjusted hazard ratios
associated with AF were 2.
7%) in the placebo group (a 16% risk reduction in the tiotropium group, hazard ratio
The unadjusted hazard ratio
(95% CI) for cancer was 0.
All-cause mortality was 27% in the active-treatment group and 29% in the placebo group (adjusted hazard ratio
Interestingly, an early age of first drink (younger than 15 years) significantly predicted decreased rates of progression to heavy drinking, with a hazard ratio
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