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#1calculate the prevalence of overweight in all adults, men and women. Prevalence= no. disease cases at a specified time/No. in the population at that time #2 Calculate the cumulative incidence of obesity in women in this 8-year study. Women 12178*0.138=167.946 prevalent cases 1217-167.946=1049.054 at risk 41/1049.1=0.0391*1000=39.1 incident cases of obesity per 1000 women at risk #3calculate the mortality belonging in the boxes with the “?”s Measure of mortality= incidence proportion (deaths/total population, specified time) Incidence rate (deaths/person-year time) Ratio (observed deaths/expected deaths)
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