baseline health status

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baseline health status

A person’s state of health when first seen by a physician, as determined by physical examination, assessment of vital signs, imaging studies, basic lab data, ECG/EKG, etc.
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It first established baseline health and socio-economic information for more than 2,000 subjects in the city of Brno, Czech Republic, between January 2013 and December 2014.
'The VitalWellness Platform enables users a mirror into their well-being by trending their data over time and monitoring changes in their baseline health,' said Mark Khachaturian, PhD, CTO, Vital USA.
In Forth Valley patients already receive an anaesthetic review prior to surgery to assess and look at ways to enhance their baseline health. We realise the importance of increased activity and exercise to improve lung and heart function and welcome the cycling scheme as an opportunity for patients to improve their fitness with the benefits of trained instructors."
the occupational health service at durham university currently offer oh services to staff and students, these services fall into one of the following broad areas: - recruitment - ensuring candidates are fit for role before a job offer is made and also carrying out baseline health surveillance for roles in scope - health surveillance - carrying out baseline and continual health surveillance for staff and students in defined roles or who are exposed to certain pre-determined risks e.G.
Within the context of certain limitations, the authors did a commendable job addressing the potential for bias from differences in beneficiaries' baseline health status.
This was consistent with the patient's baseline health history and deemed unrelated to the study drug.
The scientists are currently collecting several days' worth of baseline health data from the study subjects before they spend 30 days lying down.
* Conduct a baseline health assessment of employees to understand the level of health care risks in the employee pool;
This research therefore builds on two previous pieces of work (one looking at the appropriateness of clozapine information given to patients and addressing this by developing information leaflets with a higher readability score [9] and another that demonstrated the benefits of pharmacist counselling in improving knowledge about warfarin irrespective of baseline health literacy [6]) in order to identify potential methods of improving patient knowledge and to assess their impact.
The training regimen combines various forms of physical exercise training to improve cardiorespiratory fitness, individual health risk indicators, and musculoskeletal health based on relevant baseline health check.
With the current EEOC rules in place, how are employers supposed to gauge progress if they're don't have access to employees' baseline health information?
The initiative includes 1) TB infection control training of health care workers, 2) baseline health facility assessments and development of intervention plans, 3) implementation, and 4) monitoring and evaluation through engagement of local health officials and health care workers to encourage commitment to the initiative.

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