clinical risk

clinical risk

aspects of the clinical episode creating a clinical or medical cause or effect
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Adding truly unique information to the treatment decision-making process, Decipher generates a risk result that is completely independent and distinct from PSA, Gleason score and other clinical risk factors.
At the Betsi Board 11 August Simon Dean admitted yet again that the 'significant clinical risk had intensified' over the last month for obstetric care at YGC.
Comprehensive approaches that integrate information on genetic susceptibility with clinical risk factors have been successfully applied to prediction modeling of many disorders and are needed in psychiatry.
Used in conjunction with other clinical risk factor red flags including family history, smoking and drusen you can determine when it is beneficial to start patients on AREDS2 supplements (although I also recommend Omega 3 and other Resveratrol antioxidant).
First, as part of the clinical risk assessment of violence in schizophrenia, as recommended by clinical guidelines in both the [United States] and [United Kingdom], a careful examination of history of suicidality should be included," they wrote.
1 The study, which analysed lifestyle, behavioural and clinical risk factors, showed stark variations in the health of Brits, with London rated as the healthiest place to live.
6) In addition, the combination of clinical risk factors and BMD provide higher specifity and sensitivity than either of these provides individually.
The South African Vascular Surgical Cardiac Risk Index (SAVS-CRI)[9] seeks to predict the clinical risk of perioperative major adverse cardiovascular events (MACEs) in vascular surgery patients.
One of the few studies to assess the cost-effectiveness of adding biomarkers to clinical risk scores examined patients with stable angina who were on the waiting list for coronary artery bypass grafting (28).
These time estimates were approximately the same or longer than the analogous estimates in the time-to-osteoporosis analysis, even after adjustment for clinical risk factors.
A group of psychiatrists and a few lawyers from North America, Europe, Egypt, Israel, and New Zealand address the conceptual and clinical aspects of coercive treatment, including the issue of the individual, the link between coercive treatment and the stigma of mental illness, mandated psychiatric treatment in the community, best practice standards, and how to de-escalate clinical risk.
The message remains clear and we strongly urge all frontline NHS health care staff and all members of the public in clinical at risk groups to get the annual seasonal flu vaccine to protect themselves and others "The vaccine for this year will be available from October and those people in the clinical risk groups should make sure they take up the offer of vaccination.

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