prevalence study

prevalence study

An epidemiological study that measures the prevalence of a disease at a particular time.
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McKinnell, MD, of the University of California, Los Angeles, and his associates conducted a baseline point prevalence study of multidrug-resistant organism (MDRO) colonization in residents of 28 Southern California facilities that were participating in a decolonization trial.
Prevalence study of signs and symptoms of temporomandibular disorders in university students.
Waris Qidwai said that his was just a prevalence study and they did not look for any intervention strategies.
In the "Gastroenterology Elsewhere" section, you will come across two summaries of original articles published in different journals: one of them is from Pediatric Gastroenterology and the other is a report of the Turkey Fieldwork Hepatitis Prevalence Study (TURHEP) that was performed by the Turkish Association for Study of Liver Disease.
An example of a prevalence study conducted in Portugal in the active ageing frame is Prevalence Study of Violence and Abuse against Older Women: Results of the Portugal Study (21).
To the best of our knowledge, no other prevalence study has yet used HbA1c as a diagnostic criterion in Pakistan.
In the present hospital-based prevalence study, 52 children were diagnosed as having haemolytic anaemia.
Work Package 1: The planning, execution and evaluation of the prevalence study in men who are to be carried out in Ennepe-Ruhr-Kreis in clinics and in offender programs, and the planning, implementation and evaluation to capture the need for auxiliary services and structures (in Ennepe-Ruhr -Circle)
Thus, hearing loss prevalence study among Jordanian children is needed to set and implement appropriate national hearing loss screening and intervention program and monitor it.