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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a) Coprimary endpoint in EU and Japan; key secondary endpoint In other regions.
The cumulative risk of the coprimary end-point, peptic ulcer disease, was 3% in both groups (risk ratio, 0.
a) Coprimary endpoint in European Union and Japan; key secondary endpoint in other regions.
A critical assessment of composite and coprimary endpoints: A complex problem.
All 4 coprimary objectives measured improved with treatment compared with mean baseline levels: percentage of parabasal cells in treated participants decreased by 27.
One area of vigorous discussion remaining unresolved at the end of the morning's talks was whether a functional assessment, in addition to neuropsychological testing, should be a required coprimary endpoint.
However, during the course of the study, "entrainment"--which involves urine tests that measure biochemical correlates of circadian rhythm--was added as a coprimary end point.
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.
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.
A coprimary case was defined as a varicella case in a student with onset of rash [less than or equal to] 10 days after occurrence of a primary case in the same classroom.
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.