baseline health status

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baseline health status

A person’s state of health when first seen by a physician, as determined by physical examination, assessment of vital signs, imaging studies, basic lab data, ECG/EKG, etc.
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Contract Notice: Baseline health assessment where an individual requires occupational health assessment before commencing employment
After a baseline health assessment, survivors in this study received a personalized survivorship care plan in the mail that included a summary of their cancer treatments, health risks and cardiomyopathy screening recommendations.
Height, weight, blood pressure, electrocardiograms and fasting blood samples were also part of the baseline health assessment.
Dr Au told the Newcastle Herald that before any new coal mine opens up, baseline health studies of local people should be done to determine their level of asthma, cardiovascular disease, cancer, premature births and psychiatric problems and that the findings form the basis of long-term studies.
These remarkable findings became even more astonishing when it became clear that the link between psychological well being and long term health and survival was independent of other factors such as age, gender, ethnicity, wealth, education and baseline health.
We didn't have any baseline health data for Metis in Saskatchewan.
Risk assessments generally apply a health impact function combining a) risk estimates from the epidemiology literature that relate air quality changes and health outcomes, b) modeled or observed air quality changes to characterize exposure, c) the population at risk, and d) baseline health status (prevalence and incidence of disease) of that population.
In addition, the time between the start of an exacerbation and recovery to baseline health status was a significant 18% shorter for sudden-onset vs.
A total of 55 completed the baseline health assessment but withdrew from the study, 223 never submitted a sample for genetic testing or never viewed their results, and 1,310 viewed their results but were lost to follow-up.
These data provide baseline health information needed for longitudinal monitoring and conservation efforts for American oystercatchers.
NIH funding has allowed her team of researchers to fill that information void with a longitudinal study that began with her team establishing baseline health information on a large sample of Puerto Ricans in the Boston area.
For the VHA, the Veterans RAND 36-Item Health Survey (VR-36) was used for baseline health status, and the Veterans RAND 12-Item Health Survey (VR-12) was used for follow-up (Kazis et al.

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