Cross-sectional analysis


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Cross-sectional analysis

Assessment of relationships among a cross-section of firms, countries, or some other variable at one particular time.
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Lee, from Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, and colleagues conducted a national cross-sectional analysis involving 79,108 patients undergoing surgical excision for melanoma from Jan.
The report provides cross-sectional analysis of the global telecom enterprise services market in terms of market estimates and forecasts for all the segments across different geographic regions.
The report provides cross-sectional analysis of the global wollastonite powder market, in terms of market estimates and forecasts, for all segments across different regions.
Using data from 2008 to 2016 in the Optum Clinformatics DataMart deidentified commercial claims database, the researchers performed a repeated cross-sectional analysis of oral antibiotic prescriptions associated with encounters for surgical procedures performed by dermatologists.
To determine where neuraxial analgesia use was highest and lowest across US states, investigators from Stanford University School of Medicine, the University of Iowa, and the Oregon Health & Science University-Portland State University collaborated to study US birth certificate data from 2015 in a retrospective, population-based, cross-sectional analysis. (a)
Cross-sectional analysis was used to study the participant population at a specific time point in the study and to examine more objective measures.
A cross-sectional analysis of data from a retrospective cohort analysis of 9818 patients in the Netherlands found that any PPI use during the previous year was associated with an increased risk of hypomagnesemia (serum magnesium <1.73 mg/dL) compared with no use (adjusted OR=2; 95% CI, 1.4-2.9).
presidential election, a cross-sectional analysis published in JAMA Network Open shows.
presidential election, according to a cross-sectional analysis published in JAMA Network Open.
Results: In cross-sectional analysis, each 1-SD increase in total overall flavonoid intake was associated with a reduced likelihood of any AMD (multivariable-adjusted OR: 0.76; 95% CI: 0.58, 0.99).
Batsis presented highlights of his published serial cross-sectional analysis of fee-for-service Medicare claims data for 2012 and 2013.
The study also found in the consistent participant analysis, as in EBRI/ICI's broader cross-sectional analysis, that about two-thirds of 401(k) participants' assets were invested in equities at year-end 2014-whether through equity funds, the equity portion of target-date and non-target-date balanced funds, or company stock.