immune status

immune status

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as natural and acquired appropriately targeted resistance to internal and external antigens. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.

im·mune sta·tus

(i-myūn statŭs)
The ability of the body to demonstrate an immune response or to defend itself against disease or foreign substances.
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According to the data from the Clinic for Infectious Diseases at the University Clinical Hospital Mostar, there are also hospitalized persons, but they are elderly and people with poor immune status," Dr Alajbegovic concluded.
The duration of treatment varies from 3 months to several years depending on patient's immune status and response to therapy.
Savita "It depends on the type of infection, the immune status of the individual patient and what their other general health co-morbidities are.
The extensive nature of ostrich farming production systems bears the continual risk of point introductions of avian influenza virus (AIV) from wild birds, but immune status, management, population density, and other causes of stress in ostriches are the ultimate determinants of the severity of the disease in this species.
Therefore, determining the immune status of sepsis patients is crucial to guide immunotherapy.
low immune status of the population, climatic changes, poor socioeconomic conditions, declining health infrastructure, resource constraints,
Objective: We aimed to evaluate the immune status of children with obstructive sleep apnea/hypopnea syndrome (OSAHS).
ABSTRACT: Immunonutritions are effective in improving outcomes in wide range of individuals, particularly malnourished, and reported to improve the immune status of perioperative patients, thereby reducing complications and length of hospital stay.
5 Oral lesion can be used to predict the efficacy of ART as these lesions are the mirrors of immune status due to their strong association with low CD4+ count.
However, Hemagglutination inhibition test was not sensitive enough to assess immune status against measles long after infection or vaccination (Neumann et.
KLH is both an active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) in many new immunotherapies (targeting cancer, immune disorders, Alzheimer's and inflammatory diseases) as well as a finished product for measuring immune status.