treatment burden

treatment burden

The deterioration in a patient's health that may be caused by exposure to medications, radiation therapy, surgery, or other forms of therapy.
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[4] Once diagnosed, haemophilia imposes a high disease and treatment burden on patients, caregivers, healthcare providers and the healthcare facilities involved in management.
As this is freshly grown blood, it could reduce the frequency of transfusion, reduce the treatment burden for patients and the unwanted side effects of frequent transfusions.
"ADVM-022 is administered utilizing a single, standard-of-care intravitreal injection, which we believe has the potential to significantly reduce treatment burden and improve real-world vision outcomes for patients with wet AMD.
Prof Popel feels AXT107 is a new treatment approach, and said: "In addition to potentially improving the response for patients, the longer duration of AXT107 may allow for less frequent dosing, thus reducing the treatment burden for patients."
"Our findings of reduced CF pathogens are relevant clinically given the morbidity associated with chronic infection by these species, and imply there may be potential to safely reduce the treatment burden in some patients," the authors write.
- ULTOMIRIS is the first approved, long-acting complement inhibitor for PNH, administered every other month, reducing the treatment burden for patients -
Hakan Yarali was the first speaker whose presentation was on 'Individualized approach for IVF to maximize efficacy and minimize risks and treatment burden.' He discussed in detail the ovarian stimulation, trigging final oocytes maturation and felt the laboratory tests were very important.
Stroke, multimorbidity and polypharmacy in a nationally representative sample of 1,424,378 patients in Scotland:implications for treatment burden. BMC Med 2014; 12: 151.
The new CSR format is more patient focused and identifies more directly the treatment burden: ovarian stimulation, egg retrieval, intracytoplasmic sperm injection, preimplantation genetic testing (PGT), cryopreservation, frozen embryo transfer, and multiple cycles.
Tribune News Network Doha QATAR University College of Pharmacy's (QU-CPH) MSc Pharmacy student Asmaa Jafour al Mansouri recently defended her thesis titled 'Assessment of treatment burden and its impact on quality of life in chronic kidney disease patients in Qatar: A mixed method study'.
The article identified 25 studies that examined the effects of hay fever and hay fever with eye allergies in adolescents (10-17 years of age) and analysed symptoms, impact on daily activities, emotional aspects, impact on sleep, educational burden, and treatment burden.
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