controlled disease

controlled disease

A general term for any condition (e.g., hypertension) in which critical parameter (e.g., blood pressure) is maintained within a target range due to active therapeutic intervention while minimising complications.
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Patients with type 2 diabetes who accurately estimate their energy intake appear to have better controlled disease than do those who don't, said Yumi Matsushita of the Tokyo Medical and Dental University.
The ability of patients to monitor their own blood analyte levels is deemed to be a critical tool in reducing the pathological effects of poorly controlled disease factors.
Finally, analyses of different markers of atopy in an ENFUMOSA study showed that total serum IgE was lower in the severe asthmatics than in those with controlled disease.

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