clinical path

clinical path

a map that outlines the entire track or path a patient is expected to follow throughout the course of treatment and beyond.

clin·i·cal path

(klin'i-kăl path)
A map that outlines the entire track or path a patient is expected to follow throughout the course of treatment and beyond.
See also: clinical pathway
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This changes the clinical path of the patient and is capable of guarantee a better quality.
These newly created companies bear the hallmarks of the type of projects we are looking for: novel targets with an established mechanism of action, a clear clinical path in a defined patient population and potential to expand into other indications.
The Company is now advancing the technology platform on an initial clinical path as a treatment modality for breast cancers.
Whether we are talking about stress, depression, or recovery from stroke, a supportive group life plays a critical role in a person's clinical path," she said.
Adoptive cell transfer: a clinical path to effective cancer immunotherapy.
Improving this unacceptable performance requires that we hit the reset button and - develop a clear clinical path for new therapies.
But at least some of these new findings tend to complicate, if not obscure, the most thoughtful clinical path as patients Struggle to understand frequently conflicting data in the literature about SSRls, which are frequently prescribed during pregnancy.
These payments are directly related to the quality of the medical assistance provided according to the clinical path.
DME companies can elect to be strictly equipment (DME) oriented and not follow a clinical path.
Fourteen (27%) had followed a clinical path, maintaining roles within hospital or private practice settings.
Leadership development for clinical path and for administration
Completed Phase 1 single and multiple ascending dose clinical studies with Z944 and are consulting with regulatory authorities on the clinical path forward.
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