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A population-based study of the long-term risks associated with atrial fibrillation: 20-year follow-up of the Renfrew/Paisley study.
PURPOSE To describe the effect of atrial fibrillation on long-term morbidity and mortality. SUBJECTS AND METHODS The Renfrew/Paisley Study surveyed 7052 men and 8354 women aged 45-64 years betweenExpand
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Education and occupational social class: which is the more important indicator of mortality risk?
STUDY OBJECTIVES: In the UK, studies of socioeconomic differentials in mortality have generally relied upon occupational social class as the index of socioeconomic position, while in the US, measuresExpand
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Population prevalence, incidence, and predictors of atrial fibrillation in the Renfrew/Paisley study
OBJECTIVES Though atrial fibrillation (AF) is an important cause of cardiovascular morbidity, there are few large epidemiological studies of its prevalence, incidence, and risk factors. TheExpand
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Lifetime socioeconomic position and mortality: prospective observational study
Abstract Objectives: To assess the influence of socioeconomic position over a lifetime on risk factors for cardiovascular disease, on morbidity, and on mortality from various causes. Design:Expand
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Impaired lung function and mortality risk in men and women: findings from the Renfrew and Paisley prospective population study
Abstract Objective: To assess the relation between forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1) and subsequent mortality. Design: Prospective general population study. Setting: Renfrew and Paisley,Expand
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Adverse socioeconomic conditions in childhood and cause specific adult mortality: prospective observational study
Abstract Objective: To investigate the association between social circumstances in childhood and mortality from various causes of death in adulthood. Design: Prospective observational study. Setting:Expand
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Association of cardiovascular disease risk factors with socioeconomic position during childhood and during adulthood
Abstract Objective: To investigate strength of associations between risk factors for cardiovascular disease and socioeconomic position during childhood and adulthood. Design: Cross sectional analysisExpand
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Height and risk of death among men and women: aetiological implications of associations with cardiorespiratory disease and cancer mortality
OBJECTIVES Height is inversely associated with cardiovascular disease mortality risk and has shown variable associations with cancer incidence and mortality. The interpretation of findings fromExpand
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Effect of body mass index and alcohol consumption on liver disease: analysis of data from two prospective cohort studies
Objective To investigate whether alcohol consumption and raised body mass index (BMI) act together to increase risk of liver disease. Design Analysis of data from prospective cohort studies. SettingExpand
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Individual social class, area-based deprivation, cardiovascular disease risk factors, and mortality: the Renfrew and Paisley Study.
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the associations of individual and area-based socioeconomic indicators with cardiovascular disease risk factors and mortality. DESIGN: Prospective study. SETTING: The townsExpand
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