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53) PPAR = point prevalence abstinence rate; CAR = continuous abstinence rate; FTND = Fagerstrom test for nicotine dependence; NR = negative reinforcement (smoking to avoid a negative state); PR = positive reinforcement (smoking for pleasure); N/A = not applicable (never tried to quit).
The present study examined the point prevalence of NSSI among children with ASD and can be a source of awareness to the parents, teachers and other stakeholders.
The 1992 survey had no design weighting, so we determined unweighted point prevalence and 95% CIs.
A primary outcome of the study is the 7-day point prevalence abstinence (defined as no smoking at all in the previous 7 days).
Point prevalence of gastrointestinal helminthiasis in ruminants in southern Punjab (Pakistan).
The point prevalence of any psychiatric disorder was 39%, and that of any depressive disorder was 29% and any anxiety disorder being 24%.
The mCPR, which tends toward a measure of period prevalence rather than point prevalence, might fail to capture these gaps; long-term inconsistent use of short-term methods amplifies this issue.
2012) Canterbury District Health Board child health pressure injury point prevalence study report.
Point prevalence of gastrointestinal helminthiosis in ruminants in southern Punjab.
To organise 1 point prevalence survey of HAIs and antimicrobial use in LTCFs in all EU/EEA Member States, in a sample with good representativeness for each country and with national surveys (1 survey per country or region) and to perform on-site assessment of the infection prevention and control needs in LTCFs in participating countries and assess the validity of the data collected during the point prevalence survey of HAIs and antimicrobial use in LTCFs.