T. R. Cortes
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The effect of ambient temperature on cardiovascular mortality in 27 Brazilian cities.
- I. Silveira, Beatriz Fátima Alves de Oliveira, T. R. Cortes, W. Junger
- Medicine, Chemistry
- The Science of the total environment
- 5 July 2019
BACKGROUND There is limited evidence on the relationship between temperature and cardiovascular mortality in middle and low-income countries, particularly in Latin America. In this study, we… Expand
Television viewing and abdominal obesity in women according to smoking status: results from a large cross-sectional population-based study in Brazil.
- T. R. Cortes, M. Schlussel, A. B. Franco-Sena, F. Rebelo, G. Kac
- Revista brasileira de epidemiologia = Brazilian…
- 1 March 2013
OBJECTIVE To investigate the associations between television viewing and abdominal obesity (AO) in Brazilian women, according to smoking status. METHODS Data of 13,262 adult women (18-49 years)… Expand
[Use of causal diagrams in Epidemiology: application to a situation with confounding].
Epidemiological research still rarely uses causal diagrams, despite growing recognition of their explanatory potential. One possible reason is that many research programs involve themes in which… Expand
Utilização de diagramas causais em epidemiologia: um exemplo de aplicação em situação de confusão
Apesar do crescente reconhecimento de seu potencial, os diagramas causais ainda sao pouco utilizados na investigacao epidemiologica. Uma das possiveis razoes e que muitos programas de investigacao… Expand
Temperature and cardiovascular mortality in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: effect modification by individual-level and neighbourhood-level factors.
- I. Silveira, T. R. Cortes, B. F. A. Oliveira, W. Junger
- Journal of epidemiology and community health
- 30 August 2020
BACKGROUND Many factors related to susceptibility or vulnerability to temperature effects on mortality have been proposed in the literature. However, there is limited evidence of effect modification… Expand