I'm reading a study about a certain drug and how it might cause some kidney issues as a longterm side effect. To be more precise the study is about PPIs (proton pump inhibitors).
I don't know why but the guys working on it did not present the intersection (which is really important I believe) of data sets.
Here is the picture:
I know that this is quite impossible what I would like, but is there at least some kind of approximation formula on how I could get:
How many people have diabetes and chronic lung disease
or as another example:
diabetes and lung disease and hyperlipidemia.
Unfortunately no other relevant parameters are present.
N is the number of people in the study, the number in the parenthesis is the percentage based on the big N for every disease separately calculated .
Explaining intersection: By intersection I mean, for example, How would I get the number of people based on this data set who have diabetes, chronic lung disease and peripheral artery disease OR maybe: Dementia and Hep C. etc. Something like a VENN diagram intersection circle between two or multiple data sets
Here is the entire study in PDF 12 pages. https://www.filedog.io/StarTurtle