historical cohort study

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historical cohort study

Historical Cohort Study

Historical Cohort Study

Cohort Study, Historical

Cohort Study, Historical

historical cohort study

historical cohort study

Historical cohort study of shift work and blood pressure

Long-term pulmonary complications in combatants exposed to mustard gas: a historical cohort study

Patient adherence to family practitioners' recommendations for breast cancer screening: a historical cohort study

Survival after resection of colorectal cancer with synchronous metastases – a Danish population based historical cohort study

Cohort Profile: The Boyd Orr cohort—an historical cohort study based on the 65 year follow-up of the Carnegie Survey of Diet and Health (1937–39)

The Hertfordshire Cohort Study: from historical to high-tech studies of musculoskeletal ageing in men and women entering their ninth decade

The Boyd Orr cohort: an historical cohort study based on the 65 year follow-up of the Carnegie Survey of Diet and Health (1937–39)

Value of Long-Term Administration of Acyclovir and Similar Agents for Protecting Against AIDS-Related Lymphoma: Case-Control and Historical Cohort Studies

Comparison of Treatment with Imipenem vs. Ceftazidime as a Predisposing Factor for Nosocomial Acquisition of Stenotrophomonas maltophilia: A Historical Cohort Study

Treatment with β-Lactams and Superinfection with Stenotrophomonas maltophilia: A Historical Cohort Study Could Show Us More

202 Risk Factors and Outcomes of Renal Injury in Patients with a Major Burn: An Historical Cohort Study

P407Six month outcomes after leadless pacemaker implantation and comparison with a historical cohort: a single center study


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A cohort study that makes use of pre-existing health-related facts about members of a defined population who can be classified into exposed and unexposed groups on the basis of information that may have been collected years or even decades earlier. Often such a study requires use of a record linkage system to ensure that the past and present sets of health data refer to the same person.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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