Adjusted for age, smoking, BMI, education, exercise METs, family CRC history, total energy, %saturated fat intake, fruit intake, vegetable intake, long-term multivitamin use, and gender

UI Author Year Outcome Exposure Categories(e.g., Tertiles)/Intervention Groups Mean Vit D level/dose Mean Ca level/dose No. of Cases (Event) * No. of Non- cases/Total N ** Mean Follow-up, mo Crude or Adjusted analysis? Outcome Metric (e.g. OR, RR, HR, %) Outcome effect size CI ** P between groups *** P for trend ****
12708719 McCullough 2003 CRC 1 st quintile of total calcium intake (mg/day) <561 156 nd nd adjusted RR 1.00 nd 0.02
2 nd quintile of total calcium intake (mg/day) 561–731 165 nd nd adjusted RR 1.05 0.84–1.31 nd
3 rd quintile of total calcium intake (mg/day) 732–925 137 nd nd adjusted RR 0.88 0.70–1.12 nd
4 th quintile of total calcium intake (mg/day) 926–1255 108 nd nd adjusted RR 0.72 0.56–0.93 nd
5 th quintile of total calcium intake (mg/day) >1255 117 nd nd adjusted RR 0.87 0.67–1.12 nd

Duplicate one row per exposure category or intervention group.

*

Number of subjects with outcome

**

Please choose one and delete the others

***

Specify the comparison. For example group 1 vs. 3 = −6; group 1 vs. 2 = −8

****

P value for testing the linear trend of the OR/RR across different categories or doses

From: Appendix C, Evidence Tables: L-Q

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Vitamin D and Calcium: A Systematic Review of Health Outcomes.
Evidence Reports/Technology Assessments, No. 183.
Chung M, Balk EM, Brendel M, et al.

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