Cardiovascular risk factors in a cohort of 30?000 high-risk men and women in the UK: cross-sectional, retrospective and prospective studies of screenees for the Anglo-Scandinavian Cardiac Outcomes Trial (ASCOT)

Chapman, J N; Kirby, P; Caulfield, M C; Poulter, N R
August 2001
Journal of Human Hypertension;Aug2001 Supplement, Vol. 15 Issue 8, pS23
Academic Journal
Focuses on the identification of risk factors for the development of cardiovascular diseases. Requirement of epidemiological studies for the identification of risk factors; Reasons for the need for studies including patients from different ethnic and social backgrounds; Limitations of the conclusion of studies conducted to find risk factors for cardiovascular diseases.


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