baseline examination

baseline examination

A physical examination which is part of an initial patient-physician contact, and designed to assess a patient’s eligibility for enrolment in a clinical trial and produce the requisite baseline data.

baseline examination

Clinical practice A physical exam which is part of an initial Pt-physician contact, and designed to assess a Pt's eligibility for enrollment in a clinical trial and produce requisite baseline data.
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(%) Standardized 0.07 (0.98) baseline examination score, mean (SD) Years in practice, 10.1 (0.9) mean (SD) Female physicians, 504 (48) no.
Neighborhood unemployment rates (as percentages) were obtained from local census authorities for each administrative neighborhood (median size: 11,263 inhabitants) for the years of the baseline examination (2000-2003; Dragano et al.
A 90-day follow-up after the baseline examination is more in line with the normal RBC lifecycle and early enough to detect a significant drop in Hgb, a change in LFTs related to chemical exposure, or subclinical signs of health changes before a worker becomes symptomatic.
Results from the baseline examination reveal that individuals with Kyphosis do not vary on physical fitness or BMI, but do exhibit higher levels of psychological tension and anxiety, and lower levels of self-efficacy.
Study subjects underwent a baseline examination and followed up examinations at month 1, month 3, and month 6.
Primary outcome included the reduction or elimination of macular oedema on stereoscopibio microscopy and optical coherence tomography compared with baseline examination at 2 weeks 3 months, 6 months, and 12 months after photocoagulation and the proportion of eyes that experienced a visual gain or loss of one line or more on the Snellen's VA chart.
All surviving SAHS participants aged 65 years and older at the time of baseline examination (between 1992-1996) were invited to participate.
This study will be the first baseline examination of New Zealand nurses' understandings and perceptions of spirituality, patients' spiritual needs, how spiritual care is provided, spiritual care policy and education.
Among key findings of the study's 2008-2011 baseline examination, about 35% of participants had metabolic syndrome, 36% had prediabetes, and 17% had diabetes, lead investigator Dr.
For the patients in the intervention group, there was a significant decrease in the HbA1c level and body weight in the follow-up examination when compared with the baseline examination (P < 0.05, Table 2).

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