A Novel Socioeconomic Measure Using Individual Housing Data in Cardiovascular Outcome Research

@inproceedings{Bang2014ANS,
  title={A Novel Socioeconomic Measure Using Individual Housing Data in Cardiovascular Outcome Research},
  author={Duk Won Bang and Sheila M. Manemann and Yariv Gerber and V{\'e}ronique L. Roger and C M Lohse and Jennifer L Rand-Weaver and Elizabeth Krusemark and Barbara P. Yawn and Young J. Juhn},
  booktitle={International journal of environmental research and public health},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND To assess whether the individual housing-based socioeconomic status (SES) measure termed HOUSES was associated with post-myocardial infarction (MI) mortality. METHODS The study was designed as a population-based cohort study, which compared post-MI mortality among Olmsted County, Minnesota, USA, residents with different SES as measured by HOUSES using Cox proportional hazards models. Subjects' addresses at index date of MI were geocoded to real property data to formulate HOUSES (a… CONTINUE READING

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