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Synonyms for stratification

the act or process or arranging persons into classes or social strata

the condition of being arranged in social strata or classes within a group

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forming or depositing in layers

a layered configuration

the placing of seeds in damp sand or sawdust or peat moss in order to preserve them or promote germination

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Risk stratification should be done early and allows prognostication, which allows prioritisation of the degree of monitoring required and the urgency of endoscopy.
Growth-differentiation factor-15 for risk stratification in patients with stable and unstable coronary heart disease: results from the AtheroGene study.
3] This consensus statement included details on a risk stratification scheme for a common definition of low- intermediate- and high-risk non-metastatic prostate cancer in the pre-therapy setting.
Risk stratification of patients, retrospectively, revealed 28.
The data that will be presented this week continue to add to the evidence supporting Lp-PLA2 as a cardiovascular-specific biomarker useful for risk stratification and implicated in the formation of vulnerable, rupture-prone plaque.
This suggests that simple cognitive testing might prove useful for risk stratification, the investigators said.
Sufficient data were available for 80 of the women with no history of coronary disease to allow risk stratification based on National Cholesterol Education Program guidelines.
This test is a noninvasive and easy-to-perform technique to access peripheral endothelial function that has the potential to become a valuable tool for cardiovascular risk stratification in daily clinical practice," said Dr.
OpiSafe gives them the tools to more effectively perform baseline assessments, do risk stratification, and monitor their patients' pain, function and risk after they return home.
Phytel had the highest score among all 29 vendors in the report, as well as the highest combined rate of customer utilization across all four pillars of population health identified by KLAS: data aggregation, risk stratification, care management and patient engagement
In addition to the requirement for clinical information, hospital discharge data (62 percent) and pharmacy data (49 percent) are also highly sought in the risk stratification process.
Data interoperability, risk stratification, analytics and care management combine to help health networks manage risk and improve population outcomes
Moreover, positivity for PS/PT can aid in risk stratification.
MPI therefore plays a fundamental part in the diagnosis and risk stratification of these patients.