AHR

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AcronymDefinition
AHRAmerican Historical Review (Journal of the American History Association)
AHRAryl Hydrocarbon Receptor
AHRAnchor
AHRAddress High Register
AHRAustralian Health Review (Australian Healthcare & Hospitals Association)
AHRAdjusted Hazard Ratio
AHRAssisted Human Reproduction
AHRairway hyper-responsiveness
AHRAcademic Human Resources (various organizations)
AHRActive Head Restraint
AHRAdvancing Human Rights (New York, NY)
AHRAverage Hull Roughness (sailing)
AHRAir-Conditioning Heating Refrigeration
AHRAverage Heart Rate
AHRAlt.healing.reiki (Usenet newsgroup)
AHRAmpere-Hour
AHRAmerican Haflinger Registry (Akron, OH, USA)
AHRArtists for Human Rights (Calabasas, CA)
AHRAviemore Highland Resort, Ltd. (Scotland, UK)
AHRAqueous Homogeneous Reactor
AHRAcceptable Hazard Rate
AHRAbsorptive Heat Recovery
AHRAd Hoc Router
AHRAfter Heat Removal
AHRAttack Helicopter Regiment
AHRAssociation for Health Records
AHRAccumulated Hazard Rate
AHRArchives de l'Histoire Rurale (French: Archives of Rural History; Switzerland)
AHRApplied Horticultural Research
AHRAdvanced Hawkeye Radar
AHRAltantic Ham Radio Ltd.
AHRAvenir et Histoire des Recycleurs (French: Future and History of Recyclers)
AHRAtelier Hautes Résolutions (French: High Resolution Workshop)
AHRAfter Honeymoon Reception
AHRAcademy of Human Rights
AHRAsset Health Review
AHRAndrew Hayes Racing (kart racing team)
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However, among patients who did receive brachytherapy, black and nonblack patients had a similar risk of death (adjusted hazard ratio, 1.01; P = .83).
Table 2 shows the mutually adjusted hazard ratios and their 95% confidence intervals, with and without excluding patients who died of breast cancer within 3 years of diabetes onset.
Those results were similar to the intent-to-treat findings: the adjusted hazard ratio for death from prostate cancer in the [greater than or equal to]50 Gy radiotherapy group was 1.47 (95%CI 0.85-2.56) with an intermediate-risk group result of 1.66 (0.90, 3.08) and a low-risk group result of 0.80 (0.26, 2.49).
These rates translate to a circumcision effectiveness of 68% in the survival analysis, the adjusted hazard ratio of HTV acquisition during the posttrial period was 0.3, while the circumcision effectiveness was 67%.
The cumulative number of episodes of acute decompensated heart failure (ADHF) after 3 years were 12%, 15%, and 46% in the lower, middle, and upper tertiles of sodium intake, respectively (p = 0.001), and the upper tertile was associated with an adjusted hazard ratio of 2.55 (p < 0.001).
The adjusted hazard ratio for time to failure for the most physiologically challenging balance test was significantly higher among subjects with the highest vs.
HAART appears to protect against progression (adjusted hazard ratio 0.72, 95% CI 0.52-0.99).
Patterns were similar for full and for any breast-feeding In Cox regression analyses, the risk of not being exclusively breast-fed was reduced among infants born in hospitals with low compliance (adjusted hazard ratio, 0.9) and more so among infants born in hospitals with high compliance (0.8) relative to infants born in non-baby-friendly hospitals.
After the researchers controlled for possible confounders, individuals who met at least three of these criteria had about a 52% lower risk of new-onset CVD (adjusted hazard ratio, 0.48; 95% confidence interval, 0.40-0.59) and a 68% lower risk of CVD-related mortality (HR, 0.32; 95% CI, 0.22-0.47), said Gang Liu, PhD, of Harvard T.H.
The investigators found a significant association between ketorolac given during surgery and decreased incidence of distant metastasis (adjusted hazard ratio, 0.59, 95% confidence interval, 0.37-0.96, P = .03).
77.1%; adjusted hazard ratio 0.98, 95% confidence interval (CI) 0.85 - 1.13).
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