Somewhat higher secondary attack rates
occurred among contacts who were family or household members of their source case-patient and among contacts of probable case-patients.
In both HIV-positive people and the general population of Denmark, current smokers had the highest heart attack rate
(left two bars), previous smokers had a lower rate (middle two bars), and never smokers had the lowest rate (right two bars).
The use of face masks could possibly reduce attack rates
, as well as a general reduction of non-essential travel.
The large variety of foods offered at each meal and the apparent lack of accurate recall by the students complicated the calculation of food-specific attack rates
Then the research team used accepted statistical methods to determine differences in heart attack rates
between HIV-positive people and HIV-negative people.
As shown, the available data indicated that persons <18 years of age had a high incidence of infection during the pandemic (an overall symptomatic attack rate
of 26% , 5 on the transmissibility scale), but relatively few in that age group who became ill died (a CFR of 0.
Researchers found 7 active cases and 81 retrospectively identified cases, for an attack rate
of 22 per 1,000 persons, but the range was considerable between villages.
It is that the French heart attack rate
plummets during tense football matches.
Seven of 28 patients became infected -- an attack rate
of 25 percent.
cases/100,000 population) were stratified by demographics, and a 2-tailed t test was used to detect differences between the overall attack rate
for the state and each demographic variable.
Using standard statistical methods, the DAD researchers found no associations between the heart attack rate
and total or recent use of Retrovir (zidovudine), Zerit (siavudine), or Epivir (lamivudine).
52 percent annualized heart attack rate
among healthy people receiving placebos in trials testing aspirin's heart benefits, Topol says.