age-specific

age-specific

a description of data in which the age of the individual is significant for epidemiological or statistical purposes.

age-specific

(āj′spĕ-sif′ik)
Pert. to conditions that vary with different stages of development or years of life.
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For the US, GlobalData epidemiologists used data available from a study that provided a nationally representative number of diagnosed BPH cases in the US men, which was further segmented into the age-specific diagnosed BPH cases.
How does reproduction affect age-specific declines in health and current ageing markers?
In contrast, the 15 to 29 age group was the only group to have a decrease in the age-specific rate in 2013.
The highest age-specific suicide rate for males in 2012 was observed in the 85+ age group (37.
Early chapters also look at the role that age plays in the US legal system, offering big-picture context for discussion of issues such as old-age entitlement programs and age-specific legislation.
This imbalance is explained by differences in age-specific death rates of men and women.
We estimated age-specific influenza-attributable mortality rates stratified by the presence of chronic conditions and type of residence based on deaths of persons who were admitted to hospital with a respiratory complication captured in our national database.
To portray fatality risks more accurately, we calculated age-specific driver fatality rates per 10 000 registered drivers, and assessed whether stricter licensing conditions for novice and younger drivers are needed.
The site features 20 age-specific financial lessons and activities for children.
Body mass index (BMI) for children is classified using the International Obesity Task Force age-specific BMI thresholds for obesity and overweight.

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