prevalence study

prevalence study

An epidemiological study that measures the prevalence of a disease at a particular time.
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Tenders are invited for Services for the collection and treatment of data and report for a prevalence study of childhood obesity in Spain.
The fifth installment of Botswana AIDS Impact Survey, which will for the first time be combined with a Tuberculosis prevalence study, was launched in Gaborone on April 2.
Prevalence study of oral mucosal lesions, mucosal variants, and treatment required for patients reporting to a dental school in North India: in accordance with WHO guidelines.
Parkinson's disease is the focus of another batch of studies by the Northumbria team, including "the only prevalence study in sub-Saharan Africa, which suggests that probably half of the world's cases are not diagnosed."
Parkinson's disease is the focus of another batch of studies by the Northumbria team, including 'the only prevalence study in sub-Saharan Africa, which suggests that probably half of the world's cases are not diagnosed'.
Transfusion transmitted hepatitis prevalence study among blood donors is a record based Descriptive study conducted in a blood bank associated with a Tertiary care centre which is also a Government Medical College in Kerala.
Patient weakness was mentioned as a barrier to mobilisation in this study as well as the Australia and New Zealand point prevalence study. [10] Two barriers to mobilisation reported in this study, that have not been reported by others, are gaping open of a surgical suture site and patient depression.
Our prevalence study, Making The Links, the first of its kind in Ireland, published in 1995, told us that one in five women were affected by domestic abuse.
In the U.S., preliminary results of an MS prevalence study by the National MS Society indicate that nearly 1 million people are living with MS.
In the U.S., preliminary results of an MS prevalence study by the National MS Society estimate that nearly 1M people are living with MS.