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Despite the older age cohort and focus on a period prevalence, the prevalence estimates obtained from the Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Surveillance Network II are similar to previously reported birth prevalence estimates using records-based methodology and much lower than those estimated by in-person, expert assessment of children (3).
A generalized linear model with negative binomial distribution was used to assess annual rate changes, and a simple model binomial approach was used to compare 5-year period prevalence rates by using SAS 9.
The objective of the study was to assess period prevalence and patterns of BDZ use in out-patients of Internal Medicine practice at a tertiary care centre in Karachi, Pakistan.
Descriptive statistics and logistic regression models were used to obtain unadjusted and adjusted period prevalence estimates for Black and White survey participants, and to determine the magnitude of health inequalities between racial groups.
10,11) We report on paediatric HIV period prevalence, disease profile and outcome of children admitted to CHBH in the last quarter of 2007, several years after introduction of national PMTCT and paediatric HIV management programmes.
The model was also used for simulating the measurment weekly period prevalence (i.
Here, thanks to the high number of blood tests performed since 2001, period prevalence estimates of blood doping were obtained for subgroups of samples stratified according to the athletes' sex, type of sport (endurance vs nonendurance), and nationality.
In a study in rural southern India, the overall period prevalence of intestinal parasites was 97.