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In order to calculate population attributable risk, the incidence of exposure in the study population must be known or estimated, StatsDirect prompts you to enter this value or to default to an estimate made from your study data. 0000006496 00000 n Attributable risk (AR) is the portion of disease rate attributable to the exposure factor in the epidemiologic context, the portion of correct diagnosis rate attributable to a positive predictive result (e.g., lab test) in the clinical context, or the portion of beneficial outcome rate attributable to a treatment. is (0.01338, 0.10123). Geir Egil Eide, Ivar Heuch, Average Attributable Fractions: A Coherent Theory for Apportioning Excess Risk to Individual Risk Factors and Subpopulations, Biometrical Journal, 10.1002/bimj.200510228, 48, 5, (820-837), (2006). Attributable Proportion Among the Exposed (Also called the Attributable Fraction or the Attributable Risk %). Learn more about population standard deviation, or explore other statistical calculators, as well as hundreds of other calculators addressing math, finance, health, fitness, and more. supports HTML5 video, Calculator Academy© - All Rights Reserved 2020, how to calculate population attributable risk. 0000003045 00000 n This is a kind of risk which relates to a difference in the rate of a condition of an exposed population to an unexposed population. Given a group of people exposed to a risk, it’s the fraction who develop a disease or condition. is (11.12938%, 84.18254%). MedCalc's free online Relative risk statistical calculator calculates Relative risk and Number needed to treat (NNT) with 95% Confidence Intervals from a 2x2 table. Thus, attributable risk is sometimes called the Risk Difference, or Excess Risk. Put another way, AR is the cases that would be eliminated if the exposure were also eliminated. 0000064888 00000 n 0000003121 00000 n This can also be looked at as the proportion of disease in the exposed group that could be prevented by eliminating the risk factor. x�b```e``6``a`�� Ā B@1V ����4ub���Y @-"i���_{ 0000006817 00000 n xref The definition of the attributable risk is as follows: a measure of the prevalence of a disease within a group. 0000002778 00000 n The Population Attributable Risk is 0.00905, the Population Exposure is 15.8% and Population Attributable Risk Percent is 12.57588%. 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Attributable Risk. Attributable proportion = (0.57 − 0.07) ⁄ 0.57 × 100% = 87.7% Given the proven causal relationship between cigarette smoking and lung cancer, and assuming that the groups are comparable in all other ways, one could say that about 88% of the lung cancer among smokers of 1 14 cigarettes per day might be attributable to their smoking. 0000001056 00000 n Attributable Risk (AR) (sometimes called Attributable Proportion or Attributable Fraction) is a measure of the prevalence of a condition or disease. 0000159056 00000 n The same information allows you to calculate the proportion of disease in the exposed group that can be attributed to the exposure. Attributable Risk Calculator Enter the incidence risk among both the exposed and non-exposed group into the calculator to determine the attributable risk. endstream endobj 61 0 obj<> endobj 63 0 obj<>/Font<>>>/DA(/Helv 0 Tf 0 g )>> endobj 64 0 obj<>/XObject<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>>/StructParents 0>> endobj 65 0 obj<> endobj 66 0 obj<> endobj 67 0 obj<> endobj 68 0 obj<> endobj 69 0 obj<> endobj 70 0 obj<>stream ��y�O���x�2 Calculate the attributable proportion. s��o�'���K���E�˼ޡ2��BcK��qi�eTgi��=�'g��Cˌjf2��G�w5 So�-pEU��H��P9�qZ�R�� Iִ�&B�O{ �}�h08��P���~�vSr9��-C��P� VS'`�eu��>Ք���>���F�v}�cV��T���wȊfw0�i[JQ�/;��z�Q�c+�p��Z�����xpʍF�4:r��@����(��dm��,�k�R��8��=�O��3�p�-:�t��#�W���'�j�Ԣ��i~�g3 HF�Ab���]��j�����DWdJx (��5!��V~�_g@�+9�n�]R�h ��Ug4Q~.��P������/�?4�_L��U��xBq��^E=�|n J�\��ǧ�kWFj�1,~��{]醇�F��� trailer 0000157880 00000 n It is a decimal number although often expressed as percentage. 0000001542 00000 n 0000000716 00000 n Population attributable risk estimates the proportion of disease in the study population that is attributable to the exposure.