and###patient with stroke###patient without###n(%)
Age, sex and race are known as nonmodifiable risk factors
. They can't be changed.
* To estimate the preponderance of risk factors
both occupational and extra-occupational in a case, it is necessary to evaluate both.
Before other risk factors
were considered, the analysis revealed that more than six per cent of the men with erectile dysfunction experienced these heart problems, whereas these forms of heart disease affected only 2.6 per cent of the men who did not have sexual dysfunctions.
(1) This link between HIV and stroke risk held true regardless of whatever stroke risk factors
a woman had.
Conclusion: Our findings highlighted prevalence of CAD risk factors
in younger age group.
Subsequently, it is critical to analyze the risk factors
of DVT in patients after neurosurgery.
CONCLUSION: The present study shows that coronary risk factors
play a major role in the CHD.
The awareness of risk factors
amongst the general public is low.
of AD include smoking habits, depression, pesticide exposure and low social engagement.
Alternatively, do I shift my entire portfolio allocation to risk factors
, knowing I face significant human resource issues, behavioral biases, governance challenges, trustee capacity, and educational problems?
In fact, they concluded that it is the presence or absence of traditional risk factors
, rather than race or birth cohort, that appears to be the most consistent determinant of long-term cardiovascular disease risk--a conclusion based in part on a finding that despite an overall higher prevalence of risk factors
in blacks than in whites, the lifetime risks of end points related to cardiovascular disease were similar in blacks and whites when risk factor
profiles were similar.