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A multiple logistic regression analysis was used to adjust the subjective symptoms for confounding factors (age, gender, and smoking status); odds ratios (OR) and 95% confidence intervals (CI) then were calculated as adjusted values.
To evaluate the feeling of fatigue, subjects filled in the sheets of "Evaluation of Subjective Symptoms of Fatigue" (Yoshitake 1973).
6 percent, n = 16) were identified as causing subjective symptoms of feeling better almost as often as facility staff (33.
The study was carried out in 18 patients with chronic hepatitis C, and we examined subjective symptoms, body temperature and cytokines such as interleukin (IL)-1[beta], IL-1receptor antagonist (ra), IL-6 and TNF-[alpha].
But he stresses the "right" choice of delivery should be determined by both lab results and subjective symptoms.
In addition, vomiting frequency and severity were recorded daily, and a composite of the four subjective symptoms was also analyzed.
Secondary parameters included the course of ALT, aspartate aminotransferase (AST) levels, quantitative HCV RNA levels, subjective symptoms associated with CHC (such as fatigue, abdominal discomfort, depression, and dyspepsia), safety and compliance.
TNSr-Short Form: measures neuropathy via vibration sensibility and distal to proximal extension of subjective symptoms (tingling' numbness' and neuropathic pain)
The certification body KEMA Quality agreed that treatment with InSightec's system resulted in statistically significant improvement in subjective symptoms, and significant volume reduction of the treated mass.
Statement 1: Physiologic changes that occur as a result of the dying process may affect the skin and soft tissues and may manifest as observable (objective) changes in skin color, turgor, or integrity, or as subjective symptoms such as localized pain.
The findings indicate that a significant percentage of people with early subjective symptoms may experience further cognitive decline, whereas few persons without these symptoms decline.
While non-erosive GERD is defined as a set of subjective symptoms such as heartburn caused by the flow of stomach acid and other gastric contents back into the esophagus, it is a disorder in which erosion, ulcers or other mucosal injuries in the esophagus are not observed on endoscopy.

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