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Table 2 Two Risk factor priority indicator scores &,! for the combined 27 cities total

From: A priority health index identifies the top six priority risk and related factors for non-communicable diseases in Brazilian cities

  Cost1 Effectiveness2 Severity3 Magnitude4 Urgency5 Disparity6
Risk factor Score1 Score2 Score1 Score2 Score1 Score2 Score1 Score2 Score1 Score2 Score1 Score2
Current smoking 4.167 3 2.384 8 4.232 3 2.479 9 2.202 11 3.211 5
Physical inactivity 4.522 2 4.175 2 3.854 4 2.479 9 2.875 3 1.890 11
Overweight-obesity 1.925 10 2.223 9 2.351 7 4.338 2 5.895 1 2.121 9
Eating < 5 servings of fruit and vegetables per week 2.871 4 1.740 12 2.196 9 5.578 1 2.875 3 2.729 8
Abusive alcohol intake (binge drinking) 4.739 1 2.108 10 4.395 2 2.704 6 2.875 3 1.722 12
Had no papanicolaou in last three years 2.718 9 2.874 7 2.113 12 2.704 6 2.875 3 4.344 2
Had no mammography in last two years 1.649 12 2.889 6 2.114 11 3.155 3 1.659 12 5.078 1
Had no BP screening in last one year 2.871 4 3.923 3 3.086 5 2.817 5 2.875 3 3.379 4
Had no Glucose Screening in last two years 1.925 10 2.077 11 2.147 10 2.253 11 2.875 3 3.107 6
Has been diagnosed with high cholesterol 2.871 4 5.094 1 2.657 6 2.591 8 2.875 3 2.121 9
Has been diagnosed with hypertension 2.871 4 3.218 5 4.642 1 2.930 4 2.875 3 2.876 7
Has been diagnosed with diabetes 2.871 4 3.295 4 2.213 8 1.972 12 3.244 2 3.421 3
  1. &Score1 is created by re-scaling and standardizing the risk factor indicator.
  2. !Score2 is the ranking value of the risk factor indicator.
  3. 1Intervention Cost (US$) per Person Covered.
  4. 2Transformation of Intervention Cost per Person Covered (i.e., 1000/intervention cost).
  5. 3Percent reduction in the prevalence of Risk Factor due to Intervention.
  6. 4Mortality Attributable to Risk Factor.
  7. 5Prevalence of Risk Factor.
  8. 6Unit of change in Risk Factor prevalence per year (Slope).
  9. 7Low (<12 years) to High (= > 12 years) Education Ratio of the Risk Factor Prevalence.