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What does PAR stand for?
PAR stands for Population Attributable Risk
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We have 454 other meanings of PAR in our Acronym Attic
- Planning Application Requirements (UK)
- Plant A Row
- Plasminogen Activator Receptor
- Police Accident Report (NYPD)
- Policy and Review Committee (Toastmasters)
- Policy, Access and Rational Use (WHO)
- Polished All Round (glass)
- PolyAggreRoad (paving material)
- Pomiary Automatyka Robotyka (Polish: Measurement Automation Robotics)
- Population At Risk
Samples in periodicals archive:
The population attributable risk (PAR) of stroke or systemic embolism associated with asymptomatic AF in the first 3 months was 13%.
This contrasts with earlier studies, where the population attributable risk of bladder cancer for tobacco smoking was estimated at 50 - 65% in men and 20 -30% in women.
Collectively, these nine risk factors accounted for 90 per cent of the population attributable risk (PAR) in men and 94 per cent in women.
In a cohort of Colombian women, the population attributable risk was 50% (Dennis et al.
According to their calculations of the population attributable risk associated with childhood experiences of abuse, violence and family strife, the researchers estimate that one-third of teenage pregnancies could be prevented by eliminating these exposures.
The population attributable risk of BV for HSV-2 seroconversion in this study was 21%.
While her study on population attributable risk was albeit theoretical, it still adds weight to the emerging theory that small changes can make a big difference to the health of people with type 2 diabetes.