Uncertainty in individuals with CKD has two related mediator groups: confidence and control, and chronicity
Furthermore, physical therapy treatments after acute injury could potentially be adjusted to prevent chronicity
by scheduling intermittent follow-up sessions to ensure that post-discharge technique and musculoskeletal imbalances are being managed correctly via compliance with self-care recommendations, information for prevention of reinjury, and dancer-specific referrals.
Unlike previous studies, we also evaluated any possible association of age, parity, and chronicity
of the disease to the treatments.
However, indolent colitides caused by infectious agents, such as Entamoeba histolytica and intestinal tuberculosis (ITB), may resemble IBD by their well-developed chronicity
and granuloma (in ITB).
s view (6) that chronicity
and severity are two independent clinical dimensions of depression.
We measured the chronicity
of the presenting problem (Leibert, 2010) by asking respondents to estimate the amount of time they spent coping with the current problem (e.
We must not forget; if we set out to promote different strategies to improve the provision of professional care that it becomes necessary to speak of chronicity
and of the aging of the population, which translates into decreased functional capacity of the individual that, although it does not intrinsically imply disease, implies greater vulnerability to changes and unfavorable environments.
1,2 B, C with a serious treat for progression to chronicity
(chronic liver disease) and development of cirrhosis3 and hepatocellular carcinoma.
By analogy with the Mainz stage model (Schmitt & Gerbershagen, 1990) of pain chronicity
(Mainz Pain Staging System), the degree of chronicity
should be evaluated in relation to the individual type and characteristics of the symptoms.
Moreover, the addictive nature of stimulants, the chronicity
of this condition, and the existence of potentially comorbid conditions in adults have led many experts to recommend a trial of a nonstimulant agent first.
Jeste observed that, "Narrowing diagnostic criteria may be blamed for excluding some patients from insurance coverage and needed services, while expanded efforts to diagnose (and treat) patients in the early stages of illness to prevent its chronicity
are sometimes criticized for increasing its prevalence and potentially expanding the market for the pharmaceutical industry.
Elaborating on the collaboration with Lilly, Al Maharbi said: "Diabetes is one of the most frustrating diseases to have due to its chronicity