nonresponder


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nonresponder

 [non-re-spon´der]
an individual who after vaccination against a given virus does not show any immune response when challenged with the virus.

nonresponder

/non·re·spond·er/ (non-re-spon´der) a person or animal that after vaccination against a given virus does not show any immune response when challenged with the virus.

nonresponder

(nŏn″rĕ-spŏn′dĕr)
1. An individual who does not achieve an immunological response to a vaccine.
2. A person who does not respond in the expected way to therapy, particularly medication.
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There were no significant differences between responders and nonresponders at baseline, with the exception of higher SAP/MAP values in nonresponders of the low-GEF group and higher CO/SV and lower PP in nonresponders of the near-normal-GEF group.
7% using the prespecified nonresponder imputation analysis crept up to 96.
However, this study does provide evidence that a progestin withdrawal bleed is not mandatory in the nonresponder.
The only cytology specimen in the nonresponder group was a fine-needle aspiration of the lung where the tumor was considered to be an acinar adenocarcinoma.
Partial responders and nonresponders were defined, respectively, as those reporting VAS scores from 3 to 6 and more than 6.
Conversely, a clopidogrel user with a 6-min impedance >5 [ohm] was considered a nonresponder.
In addition, one session conducted with each nonresponder was audiotaped and reviewed by a staff member.
5 percent (if none of the nonresponders are aware) and as high as 62.
Nonresponders were also more likely to be women, of older age, and have a longer diabetes duration (2 vs.
For the nonresponder analysis, a sample of 1,241 physicians (14.
I wish it were a nonresponder imputation analysis, but in long-term studies, it's very difficult to show that analysis because the vast majority of the trials that have been presented in the past have been 'as observed.
The present study did not show significant differences in perfusion-related IVIM parameters (DFNx01 and f) between the nonresponder and responder groups.