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:

  • Incidence rates between 23 and 31 per 100,000 (age-adjusted to the World Standard population) have been reported in Japan [ 2] for the same period.

  • 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.

  • E Jones-Lee (1989) provides an estimate of age-adjusted VSL based on a finding that older people place a much lower value on mortality risk reductions than middle-age people.

  • On the other hand, in age-adjusted logistic regression models among postmenopausal women (Tables 4and 5), increasing age was associated with a reduced breast cancer risk, while increasing height, waist circumference and obesity (BMI ≥ 30) were positively associated with breast cancer risk.

  • In an earlier report by Merrill and Feuer [ 2 ] , based on 1990-92 national data, the hysterectomy prevalence correction based on an historical, rather than a cross-sectional, approach increased the age-adjusted rates of corpus uterine rates from 22.


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