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In this study, we are evaluating "Total Lymphocyte Count, Haemoglobin level, Body Mass Index and serum Albumin as low cost surrogate markers for disease progression in HIV/AIDS.
But the surrogate marker responses did not translate into a clinical benefit.
Our metaprobe approaches provide validated surrogate markers to address some of the clinical issues affecting success in trials, including uneven animal model predictability and difficulties in dose and schedule definition.
The test measures cardiac T2* which is a highly sensitive surrogate marker for cardiac iron.
Traish found this treatment also reduced fasting blood glucose and hemoglobin A1c, a surrogate marker of hyperglycemia, suggesting that testosterone treatment may improve insulin sensitivity and hyperglycemic control.
The bad news is that Medicaid is a surrogate marker for poverty and it stands as a stark rebuke to the richest country in the world that, even before the current economic crisis, two in five of its children came from families living close enough to the poverty level to qualify for Medicaid.
The objective of this pilot study was to evaluate the chemopreventive effect of metformin on rectal aberrant crypt foci (ACF), which are an endoscopic surrogate marker of colorectal cancer.
The new analysis used the number of cardioversions that patients received during follow-up as a surrogate marker for recurrent AF, and the number of times they presented with AF during follow-up medical examinations as a surrogate measure for their overall AF burden.
If the study does not have a clear-cut, well-known endpoint, then a surrogate marker can be used.
Low levels of WNV antibodies in nestlings could serve as a surrogate marker of exposure in adult raptor populations.
Birth weight is a gross surrogate marker for shifts in a host of metabolic processes.