In contrast, the percent of African Americans identified as having ED was significantly positively correlated with the child poverty risk ratio
for African-American children ([rho] = .
The risk ratio
is an epidemiological statistic, commonly used in analysis of binary outcomes, and is a measure of effect size commonly employed in medical research.
c]) to select final models, and model averaging with re-scaled parameter estimates to derive risk ratios
in cases where >1 model had a [DELTA][AIC.
The largest absolute difference in risk ratio
was < 0.
The concepts of relative risk and attributable risk ratio
are indispensable for an attorney who accepts a client's risk factors as a beneficial aspect of a pharmaceutical case and actively pursues the issue at trial.
As one would expect, statistical power increases as the number of clinical failures increases, assuming that both the prevalence rate of the abnormal marker and the risk ratio
in question remain constant.
While cancer mortality is lower for Arabs than for Jews, age adjusted rates for cancer incid ence show that the Relative Risk Ratio
of Jews as compared to Arabs is much higher than the Relative Risk Ratio
for cancer mortality.
Major finding: The proportional reporting ratio, similar to the relative risk ratio
, was significant between pramipexole, ropinirole, cabergoline, bromocriptine, rotigotine, and apomorphine on one hand, and a variety of impulse control disorders on the other.
They calculated risk ratios
for HIV infection both for all disabled individuals and for those with specific categories of disabilities.
We saw a diminishing risk ratio
and at this point, close to 15 years after we started the UKPDS, there appears to be no evidence of harm.
Obesity increased the SSI risk among abdominal hysterectomy patients with a risk ratio
Patients without systolic activity or a pulse were least likely to survive to discharge, but they also benefited most from longer revival efforts (adjusted risk ratio
for longest versus shortest quarter 1.