Absolute risk of death by Ischemic Heart Disease in Women after Radiotherapy for Breast Cancer
This model calculates the absolute risk of death by radiation related ischaemic heart by age 80 years. The model uses age, mean radiation dose and risk factors for heart disease. The risk factors for heart disease used are: Laterality of breast cancer, history of ischemic heart disease, history of circulatory disease other than ischemic heart disease, history of diabetes, history of COPD, current smoker, BMI, analgesic medication & hormone replacement therapy.
Research authors: Sarah C. Darby, Ph.D., Marianne Ewertz, D.M.Sc., Paul McGale, Ph.D. , , Anna M. Bennet, Ph.D., Ulla Blom-Goldman, M.D., Dorthe Brønnum, R.N., Candace Correa, M.D., David Cutter, F.R.C.R., Giovanna Gagliardi, Ph.D., Bruna Gigante, Ph.D., Maj-Britt Jensen, M.Sc., Andrew Nisbet, Ph.D., Richard Peto, F.R.S., Kazem Rahimi, D.M., Carolyn Taylor, D.Phil., Per Hall, Ph.D.
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Model ID
1557
Version
1.30
Revision date
2018-11-02
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  • Breast Cancer
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    R-Script model (Calculation)
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    A total of 963 women with major coronary events and 1205 controls were included in the study.

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    Total population size: 2168
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