Researchers looked at whether organ damage in teens develops below the 95th percentile, which is the clinical definition
of high blood pressure in youth, Medical Xpress reported.
The continuation of the article will include the current clinical definitions
of sepsis 3, including recent considerations for revision and diagnostic criteria for sepsis and septic shock with the application of the new definition in clinical practice.
Patients of both genders (age: 30 - 80 years) who fulfilled the World Health Organization clinical definition
of stroke8 and reported within one year of stroke development were included in the study.
HNRCA and international scientists have now arrived at a consensus on sarcopenia's clinical definition
According to the clinical definition
, a hallucination is an apparent perception of an external object when no such object is present.
An increasing number of teens were hospitalized for restrictive eating despite not meeting the clinical definition
for anorexia nervosa, according to a recent study.
For instance, in the above example, the introduction can start by a brief introduction of disease "D" including the clinical definition
and epidemiology e.
Just over 8% of the girls meet the clinical definition
of obesity, having a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 30 or above.
The pediatric clinical definition
of bronchiolitis is
The premise of the series is to look at psychological and psychiatric conditions of people who don't quite meet the clinical definition
of the condition.
Yet Atkins at least relied on a widely accepted clinical definition
The mothers were surveyed about their babies' crying patterns and their own history of migraine, and those responses were analyzed to make sure the reported crying did indeed fit the clinical definition
Entries on specific diagnoses include a detailed decision-making algorithm and notes on clinical definition
, diagnosis, nutritional implications, and detailed clinical pearls.
Despite its completely clinical definition
, some tests may help to diagnose the condition.
Pelvic Organ Support Study (POSST): the distribution, clinical definition
, and epidemiologic condition of pelvic organ support defects.