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A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Alcohol Consumption and Injury Risk as a Function of Study Design and Recall Period

Background It is well established that alcohol consumption is associated with an increased risk of injury. This systematic review and meta-analysis addresses important methodological issues commonly encountered in the alcohol and injury field by delineating the effect of study design and alcohol con... Full description

Journal Title: Alcoholism Jan 2013, Vol.37(S1), pp.E1-8
Main Author: Zeisser, Cornelia
Other Authors: Stockwell, Tim R. , Chikritzhs, Tanya , Cherpitel, Cheryl , Ye, Yu , Gardner, Christian
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  • Stockwell, Tim R.
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  • Gardner, Christian
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  • Alcohol Drinking–Epidemiology
  • Alcohol Drinking–Psychology
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  • Cross-Over Studies–Diagnosis
  • Humans–Epidemiology
  • Mental Recall–Psychology
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  • Wounds & Injuries–Psychology
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  • Studies
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description: Background It is well established that alcohol consumption is associated with an increased risk of injury. This systematic review and meta-analysis addresses important methodological issues commonly encountered in the alcohol and injury field by delineating the effect of study design and alcohol consumption recall period on effect size magnitude and by conducting gender-specific analyses. Methods We performed meta-analyses using random-effect models. Data sources were peer-reviewed studies on alcohol and injury from 1970 to 2009 from MEDLINE,PsychInfo, and on-line journals. Case-control or case-crossover emergency department (ED) studies reporting injury risk from alcohol consumption 6 hours before injury were included. Results The overall odds of injury were 2.799 (2.214 to 3.538, p < 0.001). For case-crossover studies, the odds were 3.815 (2.646 to 5.499, p < 0.001); for ED case-control studies, the odds were 1.977 (1.385 to 2.821, p < 0.001); and for population case-control designs,...
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abstractBackground It is well established that alcohol consumption is associated with an increased risk of injury. This systematic review and meta-analysis addresses important methodological issues commonly encountered in the alcohol and injury field by delineating the effect of study design and alcohol consumption recall period on effect size magnitude and by conducting gender-specific analyses. Methods We performed meta-analyses using random-effect models. Data sources were peer-reviewed studies on alcohol and injury from 1970 to 2009 from MEDLINE,PsychInfo, and on-line journals. Case-control or case-crossover emergency department (ED) studies reporting injury risk from alcohol consumption 6 hours before injury were included. Results The overall odds of injury were 2.799 (2.214 to 3.538, p < 0.001). For case-crossover studies, the odds were 3.815 (2.646 to 5.499, p < 0.001); for ED case-control studies, the odds were 1.977 (1.385 to 2.821, p < 0.001); and for population case-control designs,...
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