Tools and Techniques - Statistical. Estimating cumulative incidences in the presence of right-censoring and competing risks: an introduction with illustrations from the COACH studyPostmus, D., Demissei, B. G. & Hillege, H. L., 12-Feb-2016, In : Eurointervention. 11, 11, p. e1322-e1324 3 p.
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In cardiovascular studies, it is common to assess the association between the risk of experiencing an event, such as death or hospitalisation, and one or more exposure variables, such as different treatment regimens when the study under consideration is an intervention study. A frequently applied measure of risk in such studies is the cumulative incidence, which is defined as the probability of experiencing the event of interest over some specified time period, such as one year.
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|Publication status||Published - 12-Feb-2016|