incidence proportion

incidence proportion

The cumulative incidence or rate of occurrence of a disease in a community.
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Then they calculated the incidence proportion, the ratio of brain metastases counts to the total number of cases, for each primary cancer.
The incidence proportion of cardiac arrest patients in Karachi was obtained by dividing the estimated number of cardiac arrest patients by the estimated population of Karachi (P^=n/N).
The researchers observed an increase in the incidence proportion of severe hypoglycemia from 0.12 percent in 2006 to 0.31 percent in 2015.
Epidemiologic incidence proportion (also referred to as clinical incidence) and related 95% confidence interval (95% CI) was calculated for each season as the proportion of the number of new players injured during a season relative to the total number of players without injury at the start of the season (10).
Although quite rare -- with an incidence proportion of approximately one per 1,500 of the population -- the disease can be disfiguring, extremely painful and difficult to treat.
Attributable risk was defined as the incidence proportion in the exposed group minus the incidence proportion in the UNX group, which was adjusted for differences in the distribution of covariates between groups.
Evaluated in cross-section, this is a cumulative incidence proportion among cohort members who have survived to the age of assessment --i.e.
To calculate coccidioidomycosis incidence proportion in the prisons, we derived coccidioidomycosis case counts from a surveillance system implemented in California prisons in 2007.
Three measures of disease incidence are commonly used in incidence studies (Pearce 1993): the person-time incidence rate, the incidence proportion, and the incidence odds.
Only a single case was reported in Mono County during 1988-1992, but the small population size resulted in a relatively large incidence proportion.
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The coauthors observed several challenges in comparing their study to previous analyses on recurrent risk, noting that the definition of provoked VTE "varies throughout the literature" and that the majority of VTE studies "provide cumulative incidence proportions and not the actual rates." They also stated that indefinite or extended therapy for all VTE patients comes with its own potential complications.