Q.O.L.

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Q.O.L.

Abbreviation for quality of life.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

Q.O.L.

Abbreviation for quality of life.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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BeyondSpring's latest abstract reports that the 20 mg/m2Plinabulin dose demonstrated a significant improvement in the QoL over four treatment cycles for global health status (p-value < 0.0001), symptom scale (p-value < 0.009) and summary score (p-value < 0.02).
Gender didn't significantly affect QOL of the asthmatic children.
However, this new study examined how partner status influences the relationships between sexual problems and self-efficacy for managing sexual problems and QOL domains for postmenopausal survivors of breast cancer taking AET.
This study was therefore done to document QoL in patients undergoing regular HD at our setup and to determine characteristics reflective of a poorer QoL.
(7) For this reason, QOL is more than just the overall health status of a patient.
The impact of AD on the QOL of affected children is well recognised in developed countries.
In our study, we recruited 30 stroke patients and collected data about their QOL and functional independence.
Research on the overall QOL of individuals with a disability and a history of homelessness, however, has been inconsistent.
All the cases were instructed to fill questionnaire (Table 1) that included ten questions covering six domains of QoL e.g.
Medical students had significantly more impairment in the social relationship domain of QoL than dental students (p =.008).
With this new situation, the importance of assessment of health-related QoL in all age groups as significant health data has increased further (3).