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On the separation of the intervention effects of diet and antismoking advice on the incidence of major coronary events in coronary high risk men. The Oslo Study

Holme, I.

Journal of the Oslo City Hospitals 32(3-4): 31-54

1982


ISSN/ISBN: 0030-6207
PMID: 7062163
Accession: 000942403

In the Oslo Study, a 5-year trial, 1232 men were allocated at random to intervention and control groups. Only diet and hygiene advice was used as intervention to show if that could decrease the incidence of first acute myocardial infarction including sudden death (AMI); 19 cases occurred in the intervention group and 36 among controls during 6 to 7.5 years of follow-up.

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