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Experimental models provide insight into the molecular basis of ARDS and have suggested several biomarkers that may be prognostically useful in ARDS.
The known causes are diverse, including facial mononeuritis in neuroborreliosis as a condition prognostically more severe than IFP, primarily because it is part of the complex clinical picture of borreliosis, thus being more difficult to control and treat as a disease sequel, in particular if persisting in post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome.
hs-cTnI concentrations increased with age and it may be that the single last measure of hs-cTnI was sufficient for optimal prediction because this represented a time when hs-cTnI could become prognostically more relevant as the population aged.
There was no effect of vitamin D supplementation on the primary endpoint of 6 MWT distance but there were statistically significant, and prognostically and clinically relevant improvements in the secondary outcomes of left ventricular ejection fraction, dimensions, and volumes, suggesting that vitamin D is leading to beneficial reverse remodeling," the investigators wrote in their analysis.
2] may provide prognostically useful information, including for prediction of AKI after CPB surgery.
2) Early diagnosis may have prognostically better outcome.
Jose Rizal had already written almost prophetically and prognostically - not only was Dr.
Tumor size of 5 cm or less and mitotic activity of five mitoses or fewer per 50 HPFs were prognostically favorable factors in univariate analysis.
The studies used different definitions of histologic regression and all were observational, counted among the limitations of the studies; however, the authors concluded that regression was prognostically favorable.
It's associated with pancreatic insufficiency, liver dysfunction, requirement for corticosteroids, and prognostically with under nutrition, worse pulmonary function, and early death, noted Dr.
In addition to the aforementioned sources of bias, a concealed randomization sequence will be needed to prevent any recruiting practitioner(s) from selectively enrolling participants in a manner that would favour the preponderance of prognostically better (i.
The detection of petechial intraparenchymal hemorrhages is a diagnostically and prognostically useful marker, since the identification of microvascular pathology in an asymptomatic or minimally symptomatic stage of the disease enables a window of therapeutic opportunity to be created [52].