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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
adjusted incidence rate ratio
(118 times)
Communicable Diseases
(15 times)
CI (43 times)
AOR (11 times)
ED (7 times)
2006 Risk factors for tobacco dependence in adolescent smokers.
adjusted IRR
(10 times)
Pharmacology
(2 times)
IRR (7 times)
CI (6 times)
aOR (1 time)
2010 Study of device use adjusted rates in health care-associated infections after implementation of "bundles" in a closed-model medical intensive care unit.
adjusted IR ratios
(2 times)
Drug Therapy
(1 time)
ARDs (1 time)
bDMARDs (1 time)
CI (1 time)
2015 The Risk of Opioid Intoxications or Related Events and the Effect of Alcohol-Related Disorders: A Retrospective Cohort Study in German Patients Treated with High-Potency Opioid Analgesics.
adjusted rate ratio
(2 times)
Medicine
(2 times)
HCV (1 time)
HTX (1 time)
IDU (1 time)
2012 Efficacy of a six-month versus a 36-month regimen for prevention of tuberculosis in HIV-infected persons in India: a randomized clinical trial.
adjusted estimates of IRR
(1 time)
Medicine
(1 time)
IRRs (1 time)
2013 Risk of childhood injuries after prenatal exposure to maternal bereavement: a Danish National Cohort Study.
annual incidence rate ratio
(1 time)
Communicable Diseases
(1 time)
co-amoxiclav (1 time)
IORD (1 time)
RR (1 time)
2018 Trends over time in Escherichia coli bloodstream infections, urinary tract infections, and antibiotic susceptibilities in Oxfordshire, UK, 1998-2016: a study of electronic health records.
arrival
(1 time)
Pediatrics
(1 time)
--- 2018 Incidence of psychiatric disorders among accompanied and unaccompanied asylum-seeking children in Denmark: a nation-wide register-based cohort study.