Neutrophil Count Is Associated With Risks of Cardiovascular Diseases.


former smokers who had stopped smoking for reasons other than illness for $6 months, 596 (4.6%) participants who had stopped smoking at <1 year were included in the current smoker category. The results were not materially changed. The food frequency questionnaire used in the CKB study set only a few frequency options for each food item, including daily, 4… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jacc.2017.04.070


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@article{Li2017NeutrophilCI, title={Neutrophil Count Is Associated With Risks of Cardiovascular Diseases.}, author={Dongze Li and Jing Yu and Rui Zeng and Lizhi Zhao and Zhi Long Wan and Zhi Zeng and Yu Uny Cao}, journal={Journal of the American College of Cardiology}, year={2017}, volume={70 7}, pages={911-912} }