Conventional therapy

Conventional therapy

Treatments that are widely accepted and practiced by the mainstream medical community.
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Data presented during the UEGW meeting will highlight findings from an analysis of the cost-effectiveness of vedolizumab as a treatment for UC compared with conventional therapy in the United Kingdom, as well as results from a multinational study investigating indicators of suboptimal therapy among UC and CD patients treated with tumor necrosis factor antagonists (TNF-?
Findings Show Positive Association Between Adherence and Anti-TNF Therapy Compared to Conventional Therapy
The researchers compared the progress of patients with arm paresis in two different forms of therapy: firstly conventional therapy in which patients underwent classical training with a physiotherapist or occupational therapist, and secondly therapy in which a robot aided arm movements during training.
5% on two consecutive visits 3 months apart, occurred in 17% of the triple-therapy group and 42% on conventional therapy.
One hundred-forty patients with chronic urticaria that had not responded to conventional therapy consumed a pseudoallergen-free diet for three weeks.
To our knowledge, [this] study is the largest and most rigorous trial to investigate the efficacy of verum acupuncture for chronic low-back pain compared with sham acupuncture and guideline-based conventional therapy.
Methods: In a multicenter, epidemiological, observational cohort study in Germany and Switzerland, ISC was given in addition to conventional adjuvant chemo- and radiotherapy (conventional therapy), and the control patients were treated with conventional therapy only.
We compared robot-assisted therapy with conventional therapy and present trial results for shoulder and elbow neurorehabilitation in subacute stroke patients.
This book is not meant to replace conventional therapy, or provide a quick fix to life's problems.
Of these wounds, 49 were treated with conventional means alone and 43 were treated with maggots either alone or with conventional therapy.
The patients were randomly separated into two groups to receive conventional therapy (group A; n = 20) or a combination of conventional therapy plus 10 mg/day atorvastatin (group B; n = 20) for 4 weeks.
The device, known as an orthopedic lithotriptor, is used for cases that have failed after six months of conventional therapy.

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