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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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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.
Poor adherence to treatment was found more commonly among patients who were prescribed two or more antihypertensive medications per day, 60 (83.
Promoting adherence to treatment for tuberculosis: the importance of direct observation.
To enhance member engagement and ultimately improve health outcomes, we must teach members about specialty and personalized medicine options, as well as generic alternatives and the importance of adherence to treatment protocols.
In the management of psychotic disorders, the maximum benefit that a patient derives from these medications is highly dependent on their adherence to treatment.
Adherence to treatment was measured in four domains: Three items for BGR (items 1, 2, 6); three items for IFG (items 5, 7, 8); two items for Exercise (items 13, 14); and two items for EP (items 10, 12).
Not only is it less expensive than current regimens, but it is also expected to improve outcomes and potentially decrease deaths due to better adherence to treatment and reduced loss to follow-up.
Several of the difficulties faced by oncological patients could be the focus of psychologists' interventions, such as physiological responses of anxiety, interpersonal skills deficit, and poor adherence to treatment (2).
It is very possible, however, to live a full lifespan with the disease with extended adherence to treatment.
The compliance inventory is formed by 10 items with possible valuables ranged between 1 to 5, the high scores showing good adherence to treatment.
Currently, there is not much attention paid to measuring, monitoring and improving adherence to treatment plans, despite the recognition that poor adherence hurts patient outcomes and wastes money.
Nevertheless, adherence to treatment recommendations generally is poor.
In addition to health related behaviors, adherence to treatment holds a pivotal significance in the prognosis of hepatitis C, a condition that requires using rigorous treatment depending on the severity and condition of the patient.
It has been found that adherence to treatment guidelines in treating acute diarrhea is low in India while medicines like antibiotics, probiotics and antispasmodics are being prescribed.
Despite their efficacy, common side effects including creatine phosphokinase (CPK) elevations, fatigue, weakness, myalgia, liver transaminases increase and rhabdomyolysis contribute to low adherence to treatment.