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Can inclusion of erectile dysfunction (ED) improve prediction of incident cardiovascular disease (CVD)?

Recent epidemiological evidence shows ED is associated with CVD, suggesting ED may be a prodrome of CVD. We proposed to assess associations between ED preceding CVD to confirm this association in the large and diverse All of Us cohort. Additionally, ED will be added to the existing Framingham risk prediction equation to determine if inclusion of ED improves the model.

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Can inclusion of erectile dysfunction (ED) improve prediction of incident cardiovascular disease (CVD)?

Recent epidemiological evidence shows ED is associated with CVD, suggesting ED may be a prodrome of CVD. We proposed to assess associations between ED preceding CVD to confirm this association in the large and diverse All of Us cohort. Additionally, ED will be added to the existing Framingham risk prediction equation to determine if inclusion of ED improves the model.

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What characteristics are associated with urinary stone recurrence in persons with prior episode of urinary stone disease?

Urinary stone disease is burdensome and costly, and frequently recurs. Via the EHR and qualitative/quantitative methods, we will identify person and intervention characteristics associated with urinary stone recurrence. Factors associated with recurrence may provide potential treatment targets for preventing stone recurrence.

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What characteristics are associated with maintenance of increased water intake in persons with urinary stone disease?

Increased water intake reduces stone recurrence, but maintaining increased intake is challenging. Via the EHR and qualitative/quantitative methods, we will identify person and intervention characteristics associated with maintenance of increased intake to determine factors that facilitate intervention success and/or enable targeted interventions. Findings may provide insights into strategies for maintenance of behavior... more »

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What characteristics are associated with maintenance of increased water intake in persons with urinary stone disease?

Increased water intake reduces stone recurrence, but maintaining increased intake is challenging. Via the EHR and qualitative/quantitative methods, we will identify person and intervention characteristics associated with maintenance of increased intake to determine factors that facilitate intervention success and/or enable targeted interventions. Findings may provide insights into strategies for maintenance of behavior... more »

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