Table 1. Continued

PopulationAge, ySample SizeFollow-Up, yNo. of EventsPerson-YearsPrespecified AnalysisAdjustmentsQuality Score            Additional Information§
Australian Aborigines15–88514131184381Yes (primary)+++3Yes
Australian Aborigines15–88514131184381Yes (primary)
Women in Shanghai40–7070 6094.61969326 625Yes (primary)+++3Yes
Women in Shanghai40–7070 6094.61969326 625Yes (primary)
Eastern Finnish men42–6019313515586No++3Yes
People in Potsdam, Germany19–7025 0697844716 277Yes (primary)+++5Yes
People in Potsdam, Germany19–7025 0697844716 277Yes (primary)
Atomic bomb survivors34–10337 130161224498 651Yes (primary)++3Yes
Atomic bomb survivors34–10337 13016958473 404Yes (primary)
Patients in Bedfordshire, UK35–6410 52299493 464Yes (primary)+++3No
Patients in Bedfordshire, UK35–6410 52299193 429Yes (primary)
Male health professionals40–7544 9334386157 010No+++4Yes
Women in Iowa55–6935 988111890336 204Yes (secondary)++3Yes
Women in Iowa55–6935 988111890336 204Yes (secondary)
Male health professionals39–7842 504121320466 508Yes (primary)+++5Yes
Male health professionals39–7842 504121320466 508Yes (primary)
Male health professionals40–7543 73214125602 693Yes (secondary)+++5No
Male health professionals40–7543 73214455609 623Yes (secondary)
Female nurses30–5557 031181351752 353Yes (primary)+++5Yes
Female nurses30–5557 031181351752 353Yes (primary)
Female nurses26–4691 2468741716 276Yes (primary)+++5Yes
Female nurses26–4691 2468741716 276Yes (primary)
Female nurses38–6369 554142475856 539Yes (secondary)+++4Yes
Female nurses38–6369 554142475856 539Yes (secondary)
Female nurses38–6369 554142475856 539Yes (secondary)
(Continued)