Combining best evidence: A novel method to calculate the alcohol-attributable fraction and its variance for injury mortality
- Has mortality related to alcohol decreased in Sweden? Romelsjo, Anders; Agren, Gunnar // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);7/20/1985, Vol. 291 Issue 6489, p167
Presents a study on the mortality rate related to alcohol in Sweden. Effects of a decrease in the consumption of alcohol on deaths related to alcohol; Information on live cirrhosis and pancreatitis; Diagnosis of alcoholic psychosis, alcoholism and alcohol intoxication in persons with...
- Alcohol and the emergency service patient. Holt, S.; Stewart, I.C.; Dixon, J.M.; Elton, R.A.; Taylor, T.V.; Little, K. // British Medical Journal;9/6/1980, Vol. 281 Issue 6241, p638
Determines the prevalence of alcohol use in casualty patients breath-alcohol analysis. Role of alcohol abuse in mortality and morbidity from road traffic, industrial and recreational accidents; Unreliability of clinical diagnosis of alcohol intoxification; Effects of alcohol on...
- Patterns of drinking and estimates of alcohol-related mortality in New Zealand. Connor, Jennie; Broad, Joanna; Rehm, Jürgen; Hoorn, Stephen Vander; Jackson, Rod // Contemporary Drug Problems;Winter2005, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p527
The two main population groups in New Zealand have different average drinking patterns hut similar average alcohol consumption. This article compares three approaches to incorporating pattern of drinking into estimates of alcohol-attributable mortality and years of life lost for New Zealand. We...
- Can Ireland's Increased Rates of Alcoholic Liver Disease Morbidity and Mortality be Explained by Per Capita Alcohol Consumption? Mongan, Deirdre; McCormick, P. Aiden; O'Hara, Sinead; Smyth, Bobby; Long, Jean // Alcohol & Alcoholism;Jul/Aug2011, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p500
A letter to the editor is presented which discusses the impact of per capita alcoholic beverage consumption on morbidity and mortality rates related to alcohol liver disease among Irish people.
- Patterns of Alcohol Drinking and All-Cause Mortality: Results from a Large-Scale Population-based Cohort Study in Japan. Tomomi Marugame; Seiichiro Yamamoto; Itsuro Yoshimi; Tomotaka Sobue; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane // American Journal of Epidemiology;May2007, Vol. 165 Issue 9, p1039
To evaluate the hypothesis that, in terms of all-cause death, drinking alcohol 1â€“4 days per week is less harmful than daily (5â€“7 days/week) drinking of the same quantity of alcohol, a prospective cohort study using a self-administered questionnaire was conducted in Japan between...
- Chechen Population Set to Explode. Goble, Paul // Eurasia Daily Monitor;4/15/2014, Vol. 11 Issue 71, p5
The article focuses on the expected population growth in Chechnya, Russia. It states that there is an increase of 1.6 percent in the region according to the health ministry officials of the republic from 2013-2014. It also mentions the reasons for the increased in population which includes...
- Impact of a healthy lifestyle on all-cause and cardiovascular mortality after stroke in the USA. Towfighi, Amytis; Markovic, Daniela; Ovbiagele, Bruce // Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry;Feb2012, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p146
Background Little is known about the effects of a healthy lifestyle on mortality after stroke. This study assessed whether five healthy lifestyle factors had independent and dose dependent associations with all-cause and cardiovascular mortality after stroke. Methods In a nationally...
- Are there net health benefits from moderate drinking? All-cause mortality. Anderson, Peter // Contemporary Drug Problems;Spring94, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p143
Focuses on the relationship between alcohol consumption and all-cause mortality. Measure of individual alcohol consumption; Measure of individual risk of mortality related to alcohol consumption; Aggregate risk for the whole population.
- Alcohol-related deaths: Birmingham Coroner's records 1980. Whittington, R.M. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);4/17/1982, Vol. 284 Issue 6323, p1162
Investigates the statistics of alcohol-related deaths in Birmingham, England. Reference made on the Coroner's records in 1980; Relation of deaths to the consumption of alcohol; Variation on alcohol consumption of different ethnic groups.