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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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 unit checks the participants eligibility for the scheme and undertakes a baseline health assessment of the participant.
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.
Approximately one week prior to assessing baseline health indicators, the primary investigator conducted an in-home meeting with each participant to provide personal instruction on operating the Centrios pedometer, initiating baseline measurements of daily step activity, and arranging travel to the testing laboratory.
count in establishing baseline health status and focusing treatment provision on patients at higher risk of death, the role of [CD4.
Based on baseline health status (largely driven by [HbA.
It is characterized by stereotypical episodes of severe nausea and vomiting lasting several hours or days, with return to baseline health between episodes.
Height, weight, blood pressure, electrocardiograms and fasting blood samples were also part of the baseline health assessment.
Aside from the technical rehabilitation, Petron has committed to provide long-term solutions including a baseline health study.
Dr Au told the Newcastle Herald that before any new coal mine opens up, baseline health studies of local people should be done to determine their level of asthma, cardiovascular disease, cancer, premature births and psychiatric problems and that the findings form the basis of long-term studies.

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