clinical attachment

clinical attachment

An informal and unpaid 2–4 month work placement carried out at a hospital, in which a person (junior doctor, medical student or other) shadows a doctor, usually a consultant, with the intent of getting a reference from the supervisor that may provide a portal for a more substantive post in the future.
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More frequently than the non-drinkers in the study, drinkers who did not have periodontitis presented clinical attachment levels of four millimeters or greater.
The panel is impressed by the steps you have taken during the period of your suspension, including your study in the form of an MSC programme and the clinical attachment you are due to commence imminently with the Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
He said, "Luck was again on my side when I was allocated to neurology for my first clinical attachment.
Furthermore, volunteer services and clinical attachment in public hospitals have been suspended under the Serious Response Level.
Their sexual function was assessed using the International Index of Erectile Function and their gum health using the plaque index, bleeding on probing, probing depth and clinical attachment level.
When leptin, IL-6 and CRP are increased in an overweight individual, the systemic inflammatory response is higher, and more clinical attachment loss and periodontal disease result due to the systemic inflammatory response.
All participants received a dental examination that noted clinical attachment (CA) loss, periodontal pocket assessment at two or three sites per tooth, and presence of gingival bleeding.
reuteri Prodentis acts synergistically with standard treatment (scaling and root plaining, SRP) to significantly reduce probing pocket depth (PPD) and clinical attachment level (CAL) which are the two most important parameters to assess the severity of periodontitis.
The letters enabled Saman to apply for clinical attachment or senior house officer posts, and without them it would have been impossible for him to apply.
Twenty six subjects (M=14, F=12 in age group 30-65 years) having at least a minimum of seven sites exhibiting, 6 mm loss of clinical attachment who had been referred to a Deptt of Periodontology, Govt.
Pre-operative (baseline) and post-operative (24 weeks) clinical recordings like plaque Index (PI), gingival index (GI) recession depth (RD), probing depth (PD), Percentage of recession coverage (RC) and clinical attachment level (CAL) were assessed in both groups.
Dr Gbinigie had to notify any prospective employers of the sanctions, keep the GMC informed of his personal development, attend a mentor approved by the RCOG, and "complete satisfactorily a clinical attachment, appropriate to your speciality" to update his clinical skills.

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