Overview and Disclaimer:
Access to the tool is provided to facilitate model use in the risk-risk analysis presented. The “Input Model Parameter” section (left) includes all the inputs to the model that a user can change to explore potential changes in outputs and risk estimates. The “Main” tab includes the estimated number of illnesses per year and DALYs for the total US population as well as the model output as a shift in consumption. Additional graphs for both inputs and outputs are provided in the corresponding tabs “Additional graphs for inputs” and “Additional graphs for outputs”, respectively. The last tab “Risk as a function of iAs concentration in Rice” includes a visualization of the estimated risk as a function of the concentration of inorganic arsenic in rice where the user can select different output statistics. Please refer to the manuscript “Implementing a risk-risk analysis framework to evaluate the impact of food intake shifts on risk of illness: a case study with infant cereal” for a full description of the methods, results, limitations and conclusions of the analysis.
Responsibility for the interpretation and use of the model and of the accompanying documentation lies solely with the user. Third parties' use of or acknowledgment of the system and its accompanying documentation, including through the suggested citation, does not in any way represent that FDA, USDA, or JIFSAN endorses such third parties or expresses any opinion with respect to their statements.
Sofia M. Santillana Farakos, Régis Pouillot, Judith Spungen, Brenna Flannery, Jane M. Van Doren, and Sherri Dennis. 2021. Implementing a risk-risk analysis framework to evaluate the impact of food intake
shifts on risk of illness: a case study with infant cereal. Food Additives & Contaminants: Part A, https://doi.org/10.1080/19440049.2021.1885752 . To facilitate model use this
is available at https://fda-riskmodels.foodrisk.org/DRDADemoApp/. The R code is available upon
request to FDAFoodSafetyRiskModel@fda.hhs.gov.
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