Accumulation of factors influencing children's middle ear disease: risk factor modelling on a large population cohort.

@article{Bennett1998AccumulationOF,
  title={Accumulation of factors influencing children's middle ear disease: risk factor modelling on a large population cohort.},
  author={Kathleen E Bennett and Mark P. Haggard},
  journal={Journal of epidemiology and community health},
  year={1998},
  volume={52 12},
  pages={786-93}
}
STUDY OBJECTIVES Data were analysed from a large national birth cohort to examine cumulative and interactive prediction from various risk factors for childhood middle ear disease, and to resolve conflicting evidence arising from small and incompletely controlled studies. The large sample size permitted appropriate covariate adjustment to give generality, and permit demographic breakdown of the risk factors. SETTING A large multi-purpose longitudinal birth cohort study of all births in the UK… CONTINUE READING

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