At the bivariate level, a number of background characteristics were significantly
associated with continued clinic attendance; four of these relationships persisted in multivariate analyses.
inhibited the growth of Staphylococcus aureus, a microbe associated with opportunistic infections leading to sepsis.
Half of births in each group were to white women; however, a significantly
larger proportion of babies born to detained women than of those in the comparison group had black mothers (34% vs.
Overall use of rescue medication over the entire eight-week evaluation period was significantly
lower for AVINZA than for oxycodone CR(1) (p less than 0.
In univariate analyses adjusted for age, a significantly
lower proportion of 25-29-year-olds than of 18-24-year-olds tested positive for the virus (20% vs.
The increased resistance to proteolysis leads to a significantly
improved pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics profile.
Participants who were aged 15-17, nonwhite and from the inner-city clinic also had a significantly
elevated risk of infection (2.
The (FirstLine Therapy) low-glycemic-index dietary plan and accompanying soy- and phytosterol-containing beverage, combined with a moderate exercise regimen, improved CVD disease risk factors to a significantly
greater extent than conventional lifestyle and diet recommendations," said Robert H.
Triglyceride, globulin, and calcium were significantly
higher and phosphorus was lower in the partridges.
Using weighted logistic regression, the analysts sought to identify indicators of health care access that are significantly
associated with the risk of chlamydia infection, controlling for age and race or ethnicity; they examined data on males and females separately.
01(2) defines material improvement as a major repair or improvement that improves the condition of the vehicle and significantly
increases its value; minor repairs and maintenance are not considered material improvements.
Results reveal that first-year college students who engaged in service-learning had significantly
higher levels of integration into university communities than those who did not.