coprimary

coprimary

(kō'prī-mār-ē),
Designation of two or more cases of infectious disease within a group of close contacts occurring in less than 24 hours.
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The coprimary endpoint of rate of change in intima-media thickness, which was measured every 6 months, differed by just 0.
Coprimary endpoints included change from baseline in urinary incontinence episodes per day at week 12 and the proportion of patients reporting improvement or great improvement in their urinary incontinence (UI) at 12 weeks.
In the most recent study, the mean change from baseline to week 24 in the desire domain of the Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI-Desire) over a period of 28 days was a coprimary endpoint (it was a secondary endpoint in the first two studies).
Improvements in global function were also evaluated as a coprimary study endpoint and were not found to achieve statistical significance, as evaluated by changes from baseline in the Clinician's Interview-Based Impression of Change Plus Caregiver Input scores (4.
The studies are evaluating as coprimary endpoints the effect of Ostarine[TM] versus placebo on total lean body mass (muscle) assessed by dual x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) and on physical function assessed by the Stair Climb Test at three months.
In the most recent study, the mean change from baseline to week 24 in the desire domain of the Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI-Desire) over 28 days was a coprimary endpoint (it was a secondary endpoint in the first two studies).
Coprimary end points included change from baseline in the average number of micturitions in 24 hours and the change from baseline in the average number of incontinence episodes in 24 hours.
Swick described the RECOVER study as the first large-scale, double-blind, randomized trial to investigate sleep outcomes and motor function in the early morning as coprimary outcome measures in this patient population.
While most cases of IMD appear in a sporadic fashion in industrialized countries, coprimary (i.
The coprimary endpoints were changes from baseline through 12 weeks in serum phosphate and transferrin saturation.
Reduction of estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer was a coprimary end point in PEARL, together with nonvertebral fractures, which were decreased by a highly significant 24% in women randomized to lasofoxifene at 0.
These clinical data represent 171,312 admissions with a primary, coprimary, or coincidental diagnosis of complicated malaria over a total of 54 admission years.