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Synonyms for compliance

Synonyms for compliance

an act of willingly carrying out the wishes of others

the quality or state of willingly carrying out the wishes of others

Synonyms for compliance

acting according to certain accepted standards

a disposition or tendency to yield to the will of others

the act of submitting

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Non adherence to treatment was found to be 164 (44.8%), 123 (33.6%) medium and 79 ( 21.6%) low adherence.
The MARS is used to determine the adherence to treatment among the study participants.
In discussing these two challenging themes, the study brings contributions to the health system, identifying possibilities for action to increase chronic patient adherence to treatment, and for generating reflections on the importance of empowering patients to re-signify social relationships and building more equitable relationships, leaving as a stimulus to online health communities the organization and engagement towards the third level of empowerment structural --for insertion into social and political projects (6).
Adherence to treatment in patients with Behcet's disease.
"Studies across the world have shown that gout is not well looked after; patient adherence to treatment is very poor," Dr.
Poor adherence to treatment and medical advice in chronic illnesses is a well-known fact for physicians.
The objectives were--(1) To assess the proportion of type 2 Diabetic patients' adherence to treatment; (2) To identify the associated socio-demographic factors for non-adherence to treatment.
(5,6) The importance of adherence to treatment is to the extent that if a patient does not adhere to the recommendations of healthcare providers, even the best treatment regimens could be valueless and endanger the patient's health and quality of life.
All studies had short 1-2 years durations, which is potentially an inadequate period to evaluate adherence to treatment or patient's satisfaction for this chronic disease, which requires extended treatment.
The present study intends to contribute to the knowledge of HRQoL of early-treated pediatric patients in Brazil, investigating differences in core dimensions of this outcome measure between them and a reference healthy schoolchildren population, and exploring possible relationships between adherence to treatment and HRQoL.
Prevett, "Adherence to treatment in patients with epilepsy: Associations with seizure control and illness beliefs," Seizure, vol.
Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) is considered the gold-standard treatment for OSA [6]; however, despite its effectiveness, acceptance of and adherence to treatment is poor [7-9].
I suspect we'd have higher rates of adherence to treatment plans for chronic illnesses if medical professionals placed more of an emphasis on incorporating families and spouses in patients' care."
The aims of this study were to determine the adherence rates to NA therapy in patients with CHB and the factors associated with adherence to treatment.
Ferring Pharmaceuticals said ZomaJet addresses the common problem of needle fear in children, lowering the burden for patients and care givers and leading to better adherence to treatment.