Subdistribution Regression for Recurrent Events Under Competing Risks: with Application to Shunt Thrombosis Study in Dialysis Patients
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KeywordsCumulative incidence function; Gap times; Hemodialysis; Inverse probability weighting; Recurrent event; Time-varying coefficient;
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