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wonen November 6, ; Accepted: August 1, ; Published: October 2, Copyright: This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, rotterdma the original author and source are credited. No additional external funding was received for this study. The funders Older women in rotterdam no role in study design, data collection OOlder analysis, decision Rotterdwm publish, or preparation of the manuscript. The authors have declared that no competing interests exist. Introduction Homeless people generally have substantial health disadvantages as compared to the general population [1] — [15].

Also, studies on the homeless have reported a high proportion of psychiatric disorders [16] and substance use [2][10]as well as excess mortality related to different types of substance abuse [2][10]. Moreover, homeless Okder have a higher prevalence of morbidity, and homelessness itself appeared to be an independent risk factor for mortality from specific causes, including drug-related conditions, circulatory diseases and respiratory diseases [9]. Studies have also documented variations in mortality within the homeless population, indicating higher mortality of whites as compared to other racial groups, which differs from that in the general population [15]. Also, among women, only older women retained the usual female survival advantage over their homeless male counterparts, whereas younger homeless women did not [3].

Only a few countries have investigated excess mortality of homeless people and most have been limited by small sample sizes, loss-to-follow-up and uncertain linkage of data [10]. Excluding studies which deal with a specific group of homeless people, e. Of these, only 4 described mortality of homeless cohorts in the 21st century [2][9][10][15]. Another limitation of earlier studies is that they often exclude the most vulnerable groups, such as those sleeping rough. This study aims to describe mortality patterns by age, sex, and type of service use within a cohort of homeless people and to assess excess mortality as compared to the general population of Rotterdam between and The goal was to investigate a comprehensive selection of the homeless by including homeless people in contact with very diverse types of services, ranging from only meal services to night-care facilities and convalescence care, and by including services provided by local authorities and by charitable organizations.

Based on almost 10 years follow-up, we describe mortality differentials within the homeless cohort, and between the homeless and the general population. Life table decomposition analysis is used to assess to what extent different age groups contributed to the disparity in life expectancy between the homeless and the general population. Methods Ethics statement The Medical Ethical Review Committee of the Erasmus MC declared that this study was not subject to the Law on Medical Research with human beings and that it had no objections to the performance of this study.

Study population Cohort of homeless people. Institutions providing care to homeless people in Rotterdam were approached to provide full name, date of birth and sex of persons who visited their facility in This information was largely available because in homeless people were counted during research on the homeless in Rotterdam [23]. Institutions subsidized by the local government and services provided by the church were included, covering services at different locations in Rotterdam. These care facilities provide many services to homeless people including those sleeping roughranging from the provision of meals, to night-care facilities and convalescence care for ill homeless.

Pooling the lists from the Older women in rotterdam facilities yielded records: The study on Rotterdam homeless conducted in counted homeless people [23]. The difference between this higher number compared with our cohort of persons may Older women in rotterdam because non-Dutch EU citizens and illegals not in the Dutch municipal population registers may have used care services inand the total of persons may have included duplicates. In the present study, the deletion of duplicates may have been more efficient due to the availability of several computerized registries. We used a restrictive matching procedure to ensure that for all matched persons we could determine in the municipal population registers whether and if so when that person had died.

Of the persons in our cohort, provided a match with the municipal population registers which include information on vital status and date of death. A total of 7 persons had died before the start of the follow-up. In addition, we excluded persons aged under 20 years to allow comparison with administrative data in 5-year age groups e. Finally, our study population consisted of persons. Day care is a walk-in facility for social support, medical care, activities, etc. Risk time was calculated from the number of days between study entry in and date of death, or 1 Decemberor date of loss-to-follow up, whichever came first.

Study entry was assumed to be on July 1 i. Only for people who died in the first six months of was follow-up time assumed to have started halfway between January 1 and the date of death. Of these, 90 could be traced in other registers i. The remaining persons were assumed to have been at risk until halfway the follow-up period. General population of Rotterdam. The researchers wanted to find out if subclinical hypothyroidism also puts people at risk for heart disease. All of the women in the study had been through menopause. How was the study done? Between andthe researchers evaluated women in the study to see if they had blockages in their aorta a large blood vessel leading from the heart to the body or any evidence of a past heart attack.

At the same time, the researchers collected blood tests of thyroid function. What did the researchers find? Women with subclinical hypothyroidism were almost twice as likely as women without this condition to have blockages in the aorta. They were also twice as likely to have had heart attacks. What were the limitations of the study? Both information on thyroid function and information on heart and aorta disease were collected at the same time. Therefore, we cannot be sure that the subclinical hypothyroidism caused the disease.

What are the implications of the study? In older women, low thyroid function even in the absence of symptoms subclinical hypothyroidism appears to increase the risk for heart and blood vessel disease.


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