Appendices feature the committee's public hearings agendas, biographical sketches of committee members, the classification systems used in evidence reviews, a summary table of estimates of population attributable risk, glossary, and information available online about radiation exposure of the U.
What does AR stand for?
AR stands for Attributable Risk
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We have 156 other meanings of AR in our Acronym Attic
- Assistant Referee (sports)
- Assistant Registrar
- Associate Referee (various organizations)
- Association Rules
- Atlantic Records (record label)
- Atmospheric Research
- Atmospheric Revitalization
- Atrophic Rhinitis (pig respiratory disease)
- Attack Rating (Diablo II)
- Attack Release
Samples in periodicals archive:
The attributable risk of these feeding practices, defined as the additional risk of developing a condition after being exposed to a given factor when compared with non-exposed subjects [Fletcher and Fletcher, 2005], is presented in Table 1.
The population attributable risk (PAR) of stroke or systemic embolism associated with asymptomatic AF in the first 3 months was 13%.
Radiation dose associated with common computed tomography examinations and the associated lifetime attributable risk of cancer.
Compared with other major risk factors for CVD, type 2 diabetes carries a low attributable risk because it is not as highly prevalent; however, an explosive increase in the prevalence of adiposity, which promotes insulin resistance and the metabolic syndrome, has assigned "prediabetes" a major role in preventive cardiology.
Formula 1a PAF = Attributable risk (AR) * Risk factor exposure prevalence * 100%/Total asthma incidence Formula 1b PAF = (OR--1/OR) * Proportion exposed of those with incident asthma * 100% OR AR was calculated from the odds ratio (OR), an estimate of relative risk (RR) among studies with stable exposure distribution.
The attributable risk for medical conditions associated with hospitalization for pandemic (H1N1) 2009 virus infection was highest among patients 5-9 and 10-14 years of age (744.
Cost consequences of induced abortion as an attributable risk for preterm birth and informed consent.