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Chlorthalidone reduces cardiovascular events compared with hydrochlorothiazide: a retrospective cohort analysis. Hypertension.
A cohort analysis based on the same data set, however, in which patterns of condom use and infection status were compared across individuals, showed no reduction in risk associated with consistency of use.
Cohort analysis of Parkinson's syndrome: evidence for a single etiology related to subclinical infection about 1920.
Glynn and Miller (2003), for example, suggested using cohort analysis to forecast enrollments.
Jim Deegan, Jim Deegan & Associates, for his paper, "Age Cohort Analysis and the S&P 500 Dividend Yield- the Pig in the Python and a Bear Market."
Edison's cohort analysis found fourth and fifth graders did better than they had the year before.
In a paper presented to the Labour Employment and Work Conference, Ball and Wilson (2000) extended this cohort analysis to cover the effects of more recent DPB reforms, including the introduction of full-time work testing for some groups in March 1999.
This study employs cohort analysis method as well as age standardization and decomposition to examine the life insurance purchase pattern in the U.S.
In the present study, to approach this goal, cohort analysis for trend studies and correspondence analysis for cross-national studies (and their combinations), as well as link analysis (which stems from both cohort and correspondence analysis) are suggested for future survey research.
Genda, using cohort analysis, a job creation and destruction framework, and labor flow functions, shows that decreasing the chance for youths to acquire skills and restricting dismissals severely by law results in the displacement of youths in Japan's labor market.
Results of cohort analysis indicate that the exploitable biomass declined sharply from an estimated 1.2 million t in 1960 to <500,000 t in 1963.