Example sentences for: age-adjusted

How can you use “age-adjusted” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • There were not any notable differences in magnitude of the age-adjusted ORs that used all 657 participants and the multivariate results based on 571 subjects with complete information.

  • Tables 1and 2present the results of age-adjusted analysis.

  • Annual, age-adjusted breast cancer incidence rates for Marin County averaged over the five most recent years for which we have data (1995-1999) exceeded, by at least 20%, those from any single other urban county in California, and they were 28% higher than rates for other SFBA counties and were 38% higher than rates for other urban counties combined (Table 2).

  • During the years 1995-1999, age-adjusted (to the 2000 US population) invasive cancer incidence rates in white men for the leading 10 sites, per 100,000 person-years, were 393.

  • After a review of results of the preliminary age-adjusted analyses, a subset of the many variables was selected for inclusion in a multivariate model; these included variables that are established or strongly suspected risk factors for breast cancer that might confound other results and those that were statistically significant in age-adjusted comparisons.


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