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Relationship of blood pressure, serum cholesterol, smoking habit, relative weight and ECG abnormalities to incidence of major coronary events: final report of the Pooling Project



Relationship of blood pressure, serum cholesterol, smoking habit, relative weight and ECG abnormalities to incidence of major coronary events: final report of the Pooling Project



Journal of Chronic Diseases 31(4): 201-306



Pooled results are given of 5 longitudinal studies on the incidence of coronary disease in middle-aged American white men (the Albany civil servant, Chicago Peoples Gas Co., Chicago Western Electric Co., Framingham community and Tecumseh community) and findings for 8 separate studies working together. Risk factors estimated were blood pressure, serum cholesterol, relative weight for height, smoking habits and electrocardiograms.

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DOI: 10.1016/0021-9681(78)90073-5


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