patient-year

patient-year

A patient experience of 1 year's duration, e.g., on a waiting list, in a treatment program, under observation, or suffering an illness. One patient-year is equal to, for example, the experience of two patients for 6 months, or 12 patients for 1 month each.
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1 SBI per patient-year, which were presented at the 2015 American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology Annual Meeting.
Comparison of the estimates by individual guideline shows that the practices resulting in the largest patient-year gains were increasing patient albumin above 40 g/L and reducing facility catheter use to below 10%.
The annualized relapse rate (ARR), the rate of clinical attacks or flare-ups per patient-year, was less than 0.
5 dosing, the net incremental cost per patient-year amounts to USD 18,598 - 21,958.
6 per patient-year in both AVONEX plus TYSABRI-treated patients and AVONEX plus placebo-treated patients.
The rate of infection was approximately one per patient-year in both TYSABRI-treated patients and placebo-treated patients.
The rate of infection in both studies was approximately one per patient-year in both TYSABRI-treated patients and placebo-treated patients.
In subgroup analyses, the risk of cardiovascular death appeared to be increased in patients on azithromycin who'd had cardiovascular disease, compared with patients on the drug with no history of cardiovascular disease (rates of 10 and 1 cardiovascular death per 1,000 patient-years, respectively), but the difference did not reach statistical significance.
7 percent of the men died during the three years, this represented a death rate of 137 deaths per 1000 patient-years in men and 135 per 100 patient-years in women.
He estimated that the incidence of acute silent infarction during acute anemic events is 633 per 100 patient-years in children with sickle cell disease, and 243 per 100 patient-years in children without sickle cell disease, based on the study's findings.

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