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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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4,5] described AKI following sjambok injuries and subsequently examined risk stratification in a cohort of 64 patients who presented to an acute care surgical unit, using serum venous bicarbonate (VB), serum electrolytes and urine pigment as biomarkers to predict severity of injury.
One such system developed by the Genitourinary Radiation Oncologists of Canada (GUROC), known as the Prostate Cancer Risk Stratification (ProCaRS) is based on an updated version of a risk-stratification system first published in 2001.
Keywords: QCancer, QDiabetes, QFracture, QKidney, QRISK, QThrombosis, Risk stratification, Pakistan, South Asia.
This contract is for the Provision of a Risk Stratification tool to Barnet Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and the London Borough of Barnet.
Risk stratification models also have varying degrees of performance.
Hospital readmissions was the metric most favorably impacted by health risk stratification, according to respondents; 65 percent reported a decrease in hospitalizations as a result of patient segmentation.
They cover pre-Ramadan counseling, the endocrinology of fasting, risk stratification of people with diabetes, and the beneficial effects of fasting on health; non-pharmacological management (monitoring of patients during Ramadan, nutrition recommendations, physical activity, and stress management); pharmacological management; special situations related to children, adolescents, women, and the elderly; and the management of complications like hypoglycemic and hyperglycemic emergencies, dyselectrolytemia, and co-morbid conditions.
Moreover, positivity for PS/PT can aid in risk stratification.
The task force called for efforts to determine the appropriateness of risk assessment and testing for BRCA mutations in primary care, including research "on access to testing, effectiveness of screening approaches including risk stratification, use of system supports, and patient acceptance and education.
Although the appropriate time interval between BMD screening tests remains unknown, the current clinical practice of repeating a BMD test every 2 years to improve fracture risk stratification may not be necessary in all adults 75 years or older untreated for osteoporosis," concluded the researchers, led by Dr.
MPI therefore plays a fundamental part in the diagnosis and risk stratification of these patients.
Screening of risk factors and risk stratification is the first step to identify patients at risk of cardiovascular events, but according to observational studies reflecting clinical practice in Latin America, screening and risk stratification strategies are not disseminated (11).
The Presage ST2 Assay has been CE Marked and cleared by the US FDA for use in risk stratification with chronic heart failure patients.