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Not all of the relative risk ratios are statistically significant; it is actually interesting to find that probability ratios of region 4 and region 5 are partly significant.
SF-36 Scales, Significantly Related to Need for Assessment, with Largest Relative Risk Ratios Significant Scales Relative Risk Ratio SF-36 Physical functioning [less than] 50 (*) SF-36 Bodily pain [less than] 50 (*) SF-36 Mental health [less than] 50 (*) SF-36 Vitality [less than] 50 132 SF-36 Social functioning [less than] 50 35 SF-36 General health [less than] 50 39 NOTE: * = Relative risk ratio was not computed, because all patients scoring below 50 were assessed.
If we extend the consideration to higher age groups, we find that the Relative Risk Ratio of Arab to Jewish mortality is even greater for the 1-4 year age group, 2.5 for boys and 3 for girls in 1990-93.
The bivariate and multivariate analyses used multinomial logistic regression modeling to assess the unadjusted and adjusted relative risk ratios of the association of age difference between partners with current contraceptive use (couple method vs.
The investigators calculated the proportional reporting ratio, "a ratio similar in concept to the relative risk ratio," between these cases and each individual dopamine receptor agonist.
(1) Women who opted for labor induction without any medical indication were more likely than those who delivered spontaneously to require drugs to manage postpartum hemorrhage (relative risk ratio, 1.5), be admitted to the intensive care unit (2.9), need anesthesia or pain-relieving medications and procedures during labor (1.6-3.7) and delay the initiation of breast-feeding (1.1-3.1).
The overall relative risk ratio for developing an adverse reaction was 4.8 in the treatment arm, compared with controls.
The researchers found that when adjusting for age, sex, and educational attainment, all three measures of frailty were associated with lower levels of lutein (relative risk ratios [RRRs], 0.43 to 0.63), zeaxanthin (RRRs, 0.49 to 0.63), and vitamin D (RRRs, 0.51 to 0.75).