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DMARD

Acronym for disease modifying antirheumatic drugs , under drug.

DMARD

DMARD

Abbreviation for disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs.

DMARD

Abbreviation for disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs.
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Compared with [patients] without DMARDs, patients [taking DMARDs] had lower postvaccination antibody levels, [lower] mean fold increase in antibody concentration, and [a lower] percentage of patients reaching putative protective antibody levels for both serotypes," the authors wrote.
Independent t test was applied, which shows significant increase in both ESR and anti-CCP levels in RA patients on DMARD therapy as compared with control group, having p-value of less than 0.
Physicians must help patients make an informed decision about the use of perioperative DMARD therapy and fully disclose the risks and benefits of continuing therapy.
As a combination therapy with biological DMARD, the efficacy of Leflunomide is shown to be comparable to that of Methotrexate7.
However, patients with chronic inflammatory disorders presented late, received delayed or piecemeal DMARD treatment due to poverty, lack of awareness, as well as rudimentary healthcare facilities for chronic rheumatological disorders.
Reed MD, Moran H, McColl G, Time to institution of DMARD therapy in Victoria: an early RA Pilot Study.
For patients with early RA (disease duration <6 months) and low disease activity or moderate to high disease activity without poor prognostic features, synthetic DMARD monotherapy is recommended.
A wide choice of biologic DMARDs is now available in SA, with excellent efficacy in controlling RA in patients who have failed synthetic DMARD therapy.
4 cases per 1,000 person-years, an adjusted 36% lower risk than that in patients on a nonbiologic DMARD, ose rate was 6.
While there may be other mechanisms at play in these medications aside from their effect on inflammation, we observed a reduced risk for diabetes in patients with RA or psoriasis who were treated with tumor necrosis factor (TNF) inhibitors or hydroxycholoriquine when compared with patients who began treatment on other non-biologic DMARDs," said Daniel Solomon, lead author of the study.
Genc yaslarda baslayan ve ileri yaslarda baslayan (>60 yas) RA'lilari karsilastiran bir calismada; benzer hastalik su resi, benzer hastalik siddeti ve aktivitesine ragmen gec baslangic li olanlarda biyolojik tedavi ve kombinasyon DMARD kullaniminin genc yasta baslayan RA'lilara gore daha dusuk oranda oldugu gosterilmistir (14).