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Erratum. The Relative and Combined Ability of High-Sensitivity Cardiac Troponin T and N-Terminal Pro-B-Type Natriuretic Peptide to Predict Cardiovascular Events and Death in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes. Diabetes Care 2014;37:295–303

0 Graham S. Hillis , Paul Welsh, John Chalmers, Vlado Perkovic, Clara K. Chow, Qiang Li, Min Jun, Bruce Neal, Sophia Zoungas, Neil Poulter, Giuseppe Mancia, Bryan Williams, Naveed Sattar, and Mark

Erratum. The Relationship Between Alcohol Consumption and Vascular Complications and Mortality in Individuals With Type 2 Diabetes. Diabetes Care 2014;37:1353–1359

0 Juuso I. Blomster, Sophia Zoungas, John Chalmers, Qiang Li, Clara K. Chow , Mark Woodward, Giuseppe Mancia, Neil Poulter, Bryan Williams, Stephen Harrap, Bruce Neal, Anushka Patel, and Graham S

A Novel Method to Evaluate the Community Built Environment Using Photographs – Environmental Profile of a Community Health (EPOCH) Photo Neighbourhood Evaluation Tool

Tool Clara K. Chow Daniel J. Corsi Karen Lock Manisha Madhavan Pam Mackie Wei Li Sun Yi Yang Wang Sumathi Swaminathan Patricio Lopez-Jaramillo Diego Gomez-Arbelaez A lvaro Avezum Scott A. Lear Gilles

Socioeconomic and Geographic Patterning of Smoking Behaviour in Canada: A Cross-Sectional Multilevel Analysis

Objective To describe the socioeconomic and geographic distribution of smoking behaviour in Canada among 19,383 individuals (51% women) aged 15–85 years. Methods Current smoking and quitting were modeled using standard and multilevel logistic regression. Markers of socioeconomic status (SES) were education and occupation. Geography was defined by Canadian Provinces. Results The ...

The Relationship Between Alcohol Consumption and Vascular Complications and Mortality in Individuals With Type 2 Diabetes

OBJECTIVE Moderate alcohol consumption has been associated with a reduced risk of mortality and coronary artery disease. The relationship between cardiovascular health and alcohol use in type 2 diabetes is less clear. The current study assesses the effects of alcohol use among participants in the Action in Diabetes and Vascular Disease: Preterax and Diamicron Modified-Release ...

The Relative and Combined Ability of High-Sensitivity Cardiac Troponin T and N-Terminal Pro-B-Type Natriuretic Peptide to Predict Cardiovascular Events and Death in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes

Graham S. Hillis Paul Welsh John Chalmers Vlado Perkovic Clara K. Chow Qiang Li Min Jun Bruce Neal Sophia Zoungas Neil Poulter Giuseppe Mancia Bryan Williams Naveed Sattar Mark Woodward Current

Screening families of patients with premature coronary heart disease to identify avoidable cardiovascular risk: a cross-sectional study of family members and a general population comparison group

Background Primary prevention should be targeted at individuals with high global cardiovascular risk, but research is lacking on how best to identify such individuals in the general population. Family history is a good proxy measure of global risk and may provide an efficient mechanism for identifying high risk individuals. The aim was to test the feasibility of using patients with ...

Environmental Profile of a Community’s Health (EPOCH): An Ecometric Assessment of Measures of the Community Environment Based on Individual Perception

. Subramanian Martin McKee Wei Li Sumathi Swaminathan Patricio Lopez- Jaramillo Alvaro Avezum Scott A. Lear Gilles Dagenais Sumathy Rangarajan Koon Teo Salim Yusuf Clara K. Chow C. Mary Schooling, University of

Environmental Profile of a Community's Health (EPOCH): An Instrument to Measure Environmental Determinants of Cardiovascular Health in Five Countries

Background The environment in which people live is known to be important in influencing diet, physical activity, smoking, psychosocial and other risk factors for cardiovascular (CV) disease. However no instrument exists that evaluates communities for these multiple environmental factors and is suitable for use across different communities, regions and countries. This report ...

The Prevalence and Management of Diabetes in Rural India

data from this study can be viewed at: http://thegeorgeinstitute. org/ CLARA K. CHOW, MBBS1,4 P. KRISHNAM RAJU, MBBS3 RAMA RAJU, MBBS2 K. SRINATH REDDY, MD5 MAGNOLIA CARDONA, MPH1 DAVID S. CELERMAJER