medically attended

medically attended

Cared for by a health care professional.
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Among the studies examining medically attended adverse events, no association was seen between vaccination and such events or reactions, including neurologic events, gestational diabetes, preeclampsia or eclampsia, and cardiac events.
Flu VE Network) during November 28, 2016-February 4, 2017, to estimate an interim adjusted effectiveness of seasonal influenza vaccine for preventing laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infection associated with medically attended ARI.
Medically attended adverse events that were considered to have been "possibly or probably related to the study vaccine" occurred in five subjects (as six events) in the 2- to 5-year-old age cohort and three subjects (as three events) in the 6- to 10-year-age cohort.
Saad Omer of the Emory Vaccine Center at Emory University in Atlanta and his colleagues analyzed the impact of statins on influenza vaccine efficacy against medically attended acute respiratory illness (MAARI).
The victim was rushed to a hospital where he was medically attended, and was in a better condition.
It is a sorry state that many of our sick but indigent countrymen who are medically attended to in public hospitals and diagnosed as suffering from certain ailments and prescribed the needed medicines, are nonetheless helpless in having their illness cured because of lack of means to buy medicines as prescribed, they added.
Among 2- to 8-year-olds, LAIV also was associated with a decreased risk of otitis media, but there was no difference between vaccines with regard to hospitalization, medically attended acute respiratory illness, or influenzalike illness.
During this period, overall vaccine effectiveness (VE) (adjusted for age, site, race/ethnicity, self-rated health, and days from illness onset to enrollment) against influenza A and B virus infections associated with medically attended acute respiratory illness was 56%, similar to the earlier interim estimate (62%).
To the Editor: After the substantial decrease in acute gastroenteritis (AGE) in children caused by rotavirus after introduction of 2 rotavirus vaccines (1), norovirus has become the leading cause of medically attended AGE in US children <5 years of age (2).
While the battle rages it has been discovered that the child was medically attended to with tetanus and anti-rabies injections.
The consequences of the procedure varied across countries, depending on rates of fertility and medically attended deliveries.
Students were asked to report any medically attended injury, defined as injuries in the past 12 months that required attention from a doctor or nurse.