survival time

sur·viv·al time

1. the period elapsing between the completion or institution of any procedure and death;
2. the lifespan of biologically or physically marked erythrocytes or other cells.

sur·viv·al time

(sŭr-vīvăl tīm)
Period elapsing between completion or institution of any procedure and death.
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HRS-1 has a very poor prognosis, with a median survival time of less than two weeks and greater than 80% mortality within three months.
The study reports how a particular antibody, used in combination with leading pancreatic cancer drug, gemcitabine, successfully reduced tumour growth in the mice and delivered up to a six-fold increase in survival time, compared to the control.
Among those who had a hurricane disaster during treatment, there were 1,408 deaths, average survival time was 29 months and five-year survival was 14.5%.
The average survival time of patients with glioblastoma is 12 to 15 months; a permanent cure cannot yet be achieved despite surgery, radiation and chemotherapy and the average survival time can only be extended by a few months and symptoms alleviated.
The researchers found that participants who took palbociclib and fulvestrant had a median overall survival time of 34.9 months, compared to 28 months in the group that took the placebo.
Although the patient with recurrent glioblastoma has multiple choices of therapy, the 5-year survival rate is still less than 5%, and the average survival time is less than 12 months.[1] Currently, there is no single second-line drug can have survival benefits.
Larvae fed the 1,500 ppm ethyl acetate-extract treatment had the shortest mean survival time (Log-Rank Test = 42.61; df = 4; P < 0.001; Table 1; Fig.
The median survival time was 49 months, indicating 50% of the analysed patients died within that time period.
Median survival time from initial evaluation for birds receiving complete excision was 628 days (95% CI, 210 to 1,008 days), compared with 171 days (95% CI, 89 to 286 days) for birds receiving monitoring with or without conservative treatment.
Without treatment, average survival time after infection with HIV is estimated to be 9 to 11 years, depending on the HIV subtype.
Despite a multimodal therapy including surgical removal of the tumor and a radio-chemotherapy, the overall survival time is still only 12 to 15 months [1, 2].