I have study population with 900 patient, of whom 200 have had an adverse outcome. This outcome can be divided into two distinct entities.

I would be interested to study whether risk factor for outcome A differ from those of outcome B.

I know that difference between odds ratio can be calculated (http://stats.stackexchange.com/ques...l-test-for-difference-between-two-odds-ratios).

If I establish risk factors for both outcomes using cox multiple regression analysis, can I use the same the same methods to calculate for difference between HRs as I can do with ORs.

If not, is there a way to to this comparison?

UPDATE

I clarify. Lets women have adjusted HR (aHR) of 2.0 for the outcome A, and aHR of 2.4 for outome B. Is it possible statistically define that sex is more prevalanet rsk factor for outcome B.

I would be interested to study whether risk factor for outcome A differ from those of outcome B.

I know that difference between odds ratio can be calculated (http://stats.stackexchange.com/ques...l-test-for-difference-between-two-odds-ratios).

If I establish risk factors for both outcomes using cox multiple regression analysis, can I use the same the same methods to calculate for difference between HRs as I can do with ORs.

If not, is there a way to to this comparison?

UPDATE

I clarify. Lets women have adjusted HR (aHR) of 2.0 for the outcome A, and aHR of 2.4 for outome B. Is it possible statistically define that sex is more prevalanet rsk factor for outcome B.

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