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For the 38 states that had statistically reliable data for the 45-54 age group in both 2011 and 2015, the median change in the kidney disease prevalence rate was zero.
9 The relatively lower disease prevalence rate could be reflective of population cohort selection criterion in our study; over-weight/obese subjects experiencing hyperglycemia, dyslipidemia, or hypertension.
How much of a role will disease prevalence and new product approvals play in market growth?
GIS is not only used to mapping the geographical distributions of disease prevalence (communicable and noncommunicable diseases), but also been used to analyze the spatial trend of the disease transmission and the spatial modeling of environmental aspects of disease occurrences, above and beyond.
The study however provides some good evidence for observational associations between dietary and lifestyle factors on allergic disease prevalence and may provide useful guidance of strategies in managing allergy risk prevention.
While treatment options exist for the wet form of AMD, which represents about 10 percent of the disease prevalence, there is currently no FDA-approved therapy for the dry form that occurs in approximately 90 percent of those afflicted with AMD.
From 1986 to 2012, there has been a significant decline in dracunculiasis or Guinea worm disease prevalence worldwide.
It was reported yesterday that the project concentrates on non-valvular atrial fibrillation and will examine disease prevalence, treatment complications, such as hospital readmissions, and the use of evidence-based guidelines.
The zoning is mainly based on cropping pattern disease prevalence and climatological factors.
As a result, the main control-method for lowering disease prevalence in these regions is to eliminate the vector.
As disease prevalence decreases and screening intervals increase based on current guidelines, the positive predictive value of Pap cytology also will decline, resulting in more false-positive diagnoses and possibly unnecessary procedures and patient stress (Vaccine 2013;31:5495-9).