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USC-OPSF 2006-01: Terminal Digit Preference on Blood Pressure Measurements: Its Effect on the Association Between Body Mass Index and Hypertension Among AdultWomen

This paper examined the extent of terminal digit (zero) preference in BP measurement and its effect on the estimate of the BMI-hypertension association, along with the effect of attrition as regards to potential selection bias.

University of San Carlos - Office of Population Studies Foundation
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Lee, Nanette R.; health; women's health;
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