medically attended

medically attended

Cared for by a health care professional.
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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.
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Center for Healthcare Statistics, informs the public that the "number of medically attended injury and poisoning episodes in the non-institutionalized population is: 37.
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.
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).
The consequences of the procedure varied across countries, depending on rates of fertility and medically attended deliveries.
Fludase(R) represents a "First-In-Class" approach to fight influenza, a highly infectious respiratory disease that is the most common cause of medically attended acute respiratory illness.
The fumes were so bad that a seven-year-old boy living next door had to be medically attended and removed to another house
During the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 seasons, the midpoint VE estimates against medically attended illness were 60 percent and 47 percent respectively.
The researchers examined seven categories of adverse events: Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS); brachial neuritis; paralytic syndromes; medically attended inflammatory or allergic events; cranial nerve disorders (including Bell's palsy); "anaphylaxis and generalized reaction"; and meningitis, encephalitis, and encephalopathy.
If the number of medically attended, vaccination-related adverse events were lower, the cost-effectiveness ratios would also be slightly lower, but cost-effectiveness results are not very sensitive to this parameter.