baseline health status

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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Based on baseline health status (largely driven by [HbA.
Different socio-demographic characteristics and baseline health status between populations may be another reason for this difference.
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.
Moderator variables such as reason for weight loss (intentional, unintentional), baseline health status (healthy, unhealthy), baseline BMI (normal, overweight, obese), method used to estimate weight loss (measured weight loss, reported weight loss) and whether models adjusted for physical activity (adjusted data, unadjusted data) were used to classify subgroups for separate analysis.
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.
The association between waist circumference and mortality persisted after further adjustment for smoking, baseline health status, and BMI but not after additional adjustment for fitness.
A total of 59% were men, 95% were white, and they had a generally good baseline health status.
Baseline health status was assessed by recall at the 12-month interview.
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Health information collected in refugee emergency settings should include 1) baseline health status of the refugee population; 2) refugee camp health provision and surveillance; 3) immigrant/refugee health clearance; 4) identification and design for preventive interventions; and 5) postsettlement follow-up care.
ii) Team Up 4 Health data for adjusted means in weight calculated using generalized estimation equations and statistical modeling, adjusting for age, gender, and baseline health status.
In addition to baseline health status and insurance coverage, the model for exit health includes dichotomous measures for the presence of any of six major chronic conditions at baseline: hypertension, diabetes, cancer, pulmonary disease, heart disease, stroke, or arthritis.

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