competing risk

com·pet·ing risk

an event that removes a subject from being at risk for an outcome under investigation.
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6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- A large study with follow-up over 14 years offers a unique way of looking at the risk of cancer among HIV-positive individuals by accounting for the competing risk of death in the era of highly effective antiretroviral therapy (ART), as reported today in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
After taking into account alternative explanations and competing risk factors, we concluded unequivocally that the freer an economy, the fatter its people.
We also accounted for competing risk between mortality and readmission.
Research evaluating technical innovations to increase prosthesis longevity should recognize the competing risk of mortality.
The competing risk of noncardiovascular causes of mortality was factored into the equation.
A director with a competing risk management information systems vendor sums up the Marsh-STARS vs.
The company says the study examined competing risk factors to determine which are associated with malignancy following orthotopic heart transplantation (OHT), and was based on 3,895 patients in the International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation (ISHLT) Transplant Registry.
We focus on estimated competing risk models for employee-initiated turnover in the remainder of the paper.
Patients and their health care practitioners accustomed to obtaining screening tests at regular intervals continue to do so even when the benefits have been rendered futile in the face of competing risk from advanced cancer," Dr.
Recurrence-free and cancer-specific survival (CSS) was estimated with the cumulative incidence function with death from other causes as a competing risk and compared using a modified x [sup.