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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This paper reports the results of a cross-sectional study of psychiatric problems in two primary care practices from Lahore and Faisalabad in Punjab, Pakistan.
These findings are consistent with a similar cross-sectional study done in Terrassa.9
[7] However, other studies showed different results such as the cross-sectional study done in urban Pune showed that majority of them utilized private facility followed by municipal corporation hospital and UHTC.
A cross-sectional study. JRSM open 2014; 5(2): 2042533313512480.
Registered nurse, healthcare support worker, medical staffing levels and mortality in English hospital trusts: A cross-sectional study. BMJ Open, 6, e008751.
Data source: A cross-sectional study of 100 patients with primary hyperparathyroidism.
Immunogenicity to three tumor necrosis factor-alpha-blocking agents seems to vary substantially among patients with psoriatic arthritis, and the use of methotrexate appears to attenuate the presence of antidrug antibodies, according to findings from a cross-sectional study.
A cross-sectional study was conducted in an urban government health clinic in Malaysia among main caregivers of infants aged 11 to 15 months.
The present cross-sectional study was conducted to assess the psychiatric disorders of the survivors in 10 shelters in Sichuan province, south-west China.
In a cross-sectional study of adults from the neuro-imagining sub-study of the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging with an average age of 76, the researchers examined the association between self-reported sleep variables and beta-Amyloid deposition.
The current cross-sectional study prospectively compared lipid levels in patients seen for health checkups in five primary care centers in Campinas from 2008 to 2010.
In the cross-sectional study of 20 patients, investigators conducted anatomic and functional magnetic resonance imaging in 10 patients with a low frequency of migraine attacks (mean age 40 years) and 1.0 with a high frequency of attacks (mean age 44 years).