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It is unknown how predisposing factors affect disease outcome in patients with BPME.
Patients were divided into two groups according to whether they had predisposing factors (+) or not (-).
Therefore, the present study aimed to identify the supporting factors, grouped in predisposing, enabling and reinforcing factors that may increase obtaining of ANC services at public health facilities among pregnant women in Jhal Magsi District, Balochistan.
They had male preponderance of which smoking as predisposing factor was seen in 6 cases.
A history of cutaneous injury or a skin prick from a seafood part (e.g., fish fin, shrimp spine, or crab leg) was significantly more common among previously healthy patients than among patients with predisposing illnesses (70% vs.
3.3), and among women who did not have a predisposing medical condition than among those who did (7.8 vs.
If the six factors are confirmed as predisposing to pneumonia, they would point to potential ways to reduce a person's risk of pneumonia.
The rate of community-acquired MRSA (CA-MRSA) in children at the hospital rose from 10 per 100,000 admissions in 1988-1990 to 259 per 100,000 admissions from 1993-1995 among children with no predisposing risk factors (Pediatr.
Phase 4 consists of identifying predisposing, enabling, and reinforcing factors that contribute to the targeted behavior.
The 2004 NIEHS Division of Extramural Research and Training's annual scientific retreat was titled "Predisposing Factors in the Development of Complex Diseases." The retreat focused on factors related to aging, immunology, infection, and genetics in the context of understanding risk modulators of environmentally induced diseases.
(4-8,17) Few cases have been reported in patients who did not have a predisposing factor.
They are often correlated with a predisposing factor: immunodeficiency (e.g., diabetes mellitus, malignancies, extremes of age) or use of a central catheter.