Attack rate, Advanced Statistics

Attack rate: This term frequently used for the incidence of the disease or condition in the particular group, or during a limited interval of time, or under the special circumstances such as an epidemic. A speci?c example would be one including outbreaks of food poisoning, where the attack rates would be measured for those people who have eaten a particular item and for those who have not.

 

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