Luis G. Escobedo

Luis G. Escobedo

From The Cardiovascular Health Studies Branch, Division Of Chronic Disease Control And Community Intervention, National Center For Chronic Disease Prevention And Health ...

Direct Impact

Concepts for which Luis G Escobedo has direct influence:

cigarette smoking
peptic ulcer
sudden coronary
cocaine overdose
safety belt
invasive cardiac procedures
strength training

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Luis G Escobedo has influence:

drinking age
safety belt
police accident
time comparison
motor vehicle
18 months
bicycle collisions

Prominent publications by Luis G. Escobedo

KOL-Index: 63 AIMS: Data from the Teenage Attitudes and Practices Survey were analyzed to assess the relationship between depressive symptoms and cigarette smoking. DESIGNS, SETTING, PARTICIPANTS: Nationally representative sample of adolescents interviewed in 1989 and again in 1993. MEASUREMENTS: Prevalence rate and adjusted odds ratio for smoking at follow-up by depressive symptoms status at baseline. ...
Known for
Relationship Depressive | Symptoms Cigarette
KOL-Index: 27 We assessed rates and trends in safety belt use by presence and type of safety belt law using data from states participating in the 1984-1989 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. State(s) with a safety belt law allowing law enforcement officers to stop vehicles for occupants' failure to use safety belts (primary enforcement law) had greater and more rapid increases in safety belt use ...
Known for
Self- Reported | Initial Increases | Secondary Enforcement Law | 1984-1989 Behavioral Factor Surveillance
KOL-Index: 16 Background: Lower rates of invasive cardiac procedures have been reported for blacks and women than for white men. However, few studies have adjusted for differences in the type of hospital of admission, insurance status, and disease severity.Setting, Design, and Participants: Data from the National Hospital Discharge Survey were used to investigate race and sex differences in rates of ...
Known for
Differences Rates | Sex Differentials | Women Black | Intern
KOL-Index: 13 In 1988, 36 states (including the District of Columbia) participated in the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS). This report provides state-specific estimates of the prevalence of certain health-risk behaviors and of the delivery of clinical preventive services as measured by the BRFSS during 1988. Because estimates vary considerably from state to state, national estimates are ...
Known for
Year 2000 | Health-Risk Behaviors | Brfss 1988 | Behavioral Factor
KOL-Index: 9 With the increasing use of cocaine in the United States, cocaine overdose deaths are being reported with increasing frequency. To describe patterns of cocaine use involved in cocaine overdose deaths, we reviewed the postmortem records from the Metropolitan Dade County Medical Examiner Department, Miami, Fla. We identified 239 cocaine overdose deaths from 1971 through 1987. During this ...
Known for
Lower Blood Cocaine | Increasingly Role | Epidemic Preparations | Deaths Increased
KOL-Index: 8 To investigate historical trends of cigarette smoking among Mexican-Americans, Cuban-Americans, and Puerto Rican-Americans, we conducted a birth cohort analysis of smoking prevalence by using smoking histories of 8286 adults and adolescents from the 1982-1983 Hispanic Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. We constructed smoking prevalence curves for men and women among successive ten-year ...
Known for
Puerto Rican-American Women | Rican American | Cohorts Hispanic | Birth Cohort-Specific Rates
KOL-Index: 8 BACKGROUND: Lower rates of invasive cardiac procedures have been reported for blacks and women than for white men. However, few studies have adjusted for differences in the type of hospital of admission, insurance status, and disease severity. SETTING, DESIGN, AND PARTICIPANTS: Data from the National Hospital Discharge Survey were used to investigate race and sex differences in rates of ...
Known for
Women Black | White Differences | Sex Procedures | Highest Procedure Rates

From the Cardiovascular Health Studies Branch, Division of Chronic Disease Control and Community Intervention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Atlanta, Georgia The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlan

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