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Drawing from cumulative disadvantage theory, examines the study if obesity, especially chronic obesity increases hospitalization admission and length of stay. Analyses use medical records abstracted for over 20 years of a national survey of adults 41 to 77 years at baseline . Several measures of body weight can be used to calculate adult obesity duration. The results show that obesity increases analyzed hospital admissions and length of stay in the 20 years. Among those overweight at any time during the study year of obesity has also led to longer stays. The results underscore the usefulness of measures of the duration of the risks to both life-course study of health and tests of cumulative disadvantage theory..

The studies ‘ findings suggest that obesity at younger ages must be addressed, because the longer a person lives with the disease, the greater the consequences. More than 60 % of the U.S. Population may be overweight or obese on the Body Mass Index, a formula of size and weight is determined. Obesity to chronic disease such as heart disease, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes that will also influence the quality of life or morbidity.Tod 2008 – Prostate cancer – specific mortality following radical prostatectomy the prostate – antigen specific era.

UroToday.com – defined It long-term risk of of CaP specific mortality after FP bad. The diagnostic of lead times a PSA screening interval out of 4 years is 11 years. The study designed an alignment chart on 6398 patients MSKCC and Baylor 1987 to 2005. An validation cohort out of 4 103 patients from the Cleveland Clinic, been also applied. To modeling and validation of cohorts had very similar characteristics the patients.

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