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*  Gemigliptin
Among 165 patients who consented to participate in the extension period of study LG-DPCL005, 158 patients (96%) completed their ... how diabetes is fast gaining the status of a potential epidemic in India and establishes the need for treatment compliance and ... Patients were randomized to receive gemigliptin, either a 50 mg qd (n=90) or a placebo (n=92) for 24 weeks (study identifier: ... All patients were switched to or continued their treatments only with gemigliptin 50 mg qd during the extension period. A ...
*  Prenatal vitamins
Koren, G; Pairaideau, N (2006). "Compliance with prenatal vitamins: Patients with morning sickness sometimes find it difficult ...
*  Clinical empathy
Practicing empathy in a clinical setting leads to greater patient satisfaction, better compliance, and fewer lawsuits. Clinical ... Detached concern, or clinical detachment, is the ability to distance oneself from the patient in order to serve the patient ... Empathetic physicians share understanding with patients, which serves to benefit the patient in their physical, mental and ... Olson, Joanne K. (1995-12-01). "Relationships Between Nurse-Expressed Empathy, Patient-Perceived Empathy and Patient Distress ...
*  Dual-control modes of ventilation
Adapts to the patient's resistance and compliance on a breath-by-breath basis Tidal volume varies less than with pressure- ... Peak airway pressure varies from breath to breath according to changes in the patient's airway resistance and lung compliance. ... patient according to the ventilator manufacturer's particular algorithm for determining the patient's resistance and compliance ... Varying mean airway pressure When patient demand is increased (when the patient is short of breath) the ventilator will reduce ...
*  Carl R. May
Most recently,May and colleagues have applied Normalization Process Theory to explaining patient non-compliance with treatment ... proposing that a proportion of non-compliance is structurally induced by healthcare systems themselves as patients are ... To counter this, they have proposed Minimally Disruptive Medicine, which seeks to take account of its effects on patients' ... "Nursing Work, Nurses' Knowledge, and the Subjectification of the Patient." Sociology of Health and Illness 14:472-487 , May, ...
*  Primary Care Behavioral health
... medication compliance, patient psycho-education, and patient input into treatment modality. In general the number of empirical ... Appointment times are short, with the goal of seeing a large number of patients in a day. Many patients present with mental ... Typically this makes it more difficult for patients to access services readily, if at all. For uninsured patients the United ... make services accessible and understandable to patients…". Because of the difference in how patients, particularly those from ...
*  Carisoprodol
... and effective for the patient in order to protect the patient and maximize program compliance Recreational users of ... overly rapid dose reduction greatly increases the risk of patient non-compliance such as the abuse of illicitly obtained ... In some patients, however, and/or early in therapy, carisoprodol can have the full spectrum of sedative side effects and can ... The effects, severity, and duration appear to be slightly dose-dependent but are mainly determined by the patients pattern of ...
*  Positive end-expiratory pressure
"Effects of positive end-expiratory pressure on intracranial pressure and compliance in brain-injured patients". J Neurosurg. 47 ... When auto-PEEP persists despite management of its underlying cause, applied PEEP may be helpful if the patient has an ... A small amount of applied PEEP (4 to 5 cmH2O) is used in most mechanically ventilated patients to mitigate end-expiratory ... March 2005). "Effects of PEEP on the intracranial system of patients with head injury and subarachnoid hemorrhage: The role of ...
*  Pendulum appliance
This appliance is a fixed type of distalizing appliance that does not depend on the compliance of each patient to work. Hilgers ... The patient then presents every 3 weeks for the re-adjustment of the springs. As the molar moves distally, forces of the spring ... In addition, the reported increase of Lower Anterior Facial Height for patient's who had pre-existing vertical growth. They ... looked at effects of pendulum appliance on 101 patients. These authors reported a slight higher distalization of maxillary ...
*  Locus of control
Compliance is known to be the degree in which a person's behavior, in this case the patient, has a relationship with the ... Research suggests that patients who suffered a spinal cord injury benefit from knowing that they have control over their health ... Aging shows to be a very important factor that can be related to the severity of the symptoms of PTSD experienced by patients ... After the study, they concluded that age does not make a difference on how spinal cord injury patients respond to the traumatic ...
*  Overmedication
"The interaction of patient perception of overmedication with drug compliance and side effects". Journal of General Internal ... and can be costly to the patient in overall health care costs.[medical citation needed] Often consumers/patients overmedicate ... This may happen because the prescriber is unaware of other medications the patient is already taking, because of drug ... For instance, if a patient is taking a prescription strength ibuprofen product and also uses a naprosyn product-whether ...
*  Anchorage (orthodontics)
In addition, in wearing orthodontic headgear, the compliance of patients is usually lower with adolescent patients, although ... The patient wears the appliance for less time, and thus less effects are seen. However, many studies have proved the headgear ... "The effectiveness of cortical anchorage in patients treated with Class II elastics: Gary Pulsipher Department of Orthodontics, ... good success is achieved with pre-teenage patients using headgear. ...
*  Structural inequality
Training programs to improve and broaden physicians' communication skills can increase patient satisfaction, patient compliance ... Hispanic patients specifically reported increased compliance to treatment plans when their physician spoke Spanish and also ... Recent studies on Medicare patients show that black patients receive poorer medical care than their white counterparts. ... specifically in eliminating financial assistance to treat patients that depended on patient income or the quantity of services ...
*  Health information management
... patient admissions, compliance auditor, physician accreditation, utilization review, physician offices and risk management. Non ... The primary patient record is the record that is used by health care professionals while providing patient care services to ... AHIMA members affect the quality of patient information and patient care at every touch point in the healthcare delivery cycle ... evaluating and advancing patient care. Patient care support refers to administration, regulation, and payment functions. The ...
*  Clinical trial management system
Available software includes budgeting, patient management, compliance with government regulations project management, ... financials, patient management and recruitment, investigator management, regulatory compliance and compatibility with other ... In the early phases of clinical trials, when the number of patients and tests are small, in-house or home-grown program are ... electronic patient diaries and other applications. More recently, the term evolved to encompass the entire "business process" ...
*  Primary central nervous system lymphoma
Of course, highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) is critical for prolonged survival in any AIDS patient, so compliance ... In immunocompromised patients, prognosis is usually poor. In immunocompetent patients (that is, patients who do not have AIDS ... of patients. Median survival is 10 to 18 months in immunocompetent patients, and less in those with AIDS. The addition of IV ... is a primary intracranial tumor appearing mostly in patients with severe immunodeficiency (typically patients with AIDS). ...
*  CVS Health
... clinical and compliance monitoring and individual patient counseling and education. Coram cares for 140,000 patients annually ... 75 per patient for referring those patients to its services. Some doctors earned as much as $80,000 a year from the kickbacks, ... by informing physicians that patients or health plans could save money if patients were switched to certain brand-name ... 1983: Hemophilia patient home health care is launched. 1988: CVS Pharmacy celebrated its 25th anniversary, finishing the year ...
*  Medicines for Malaria Venture
Also, some of the side effects may lead to a low level of compliance by the patient, i.e. not completing the full course of ... This creates conditions within the patient that enable drug resistance to arise or even to become prevalent. In view of such ... MMV's access team focuses on assuring acceptance of new medicines, expanding reach to vulnerable patients and measuring and ... life-saving antimalarials emerging from its research-and-development pipeline do not suffer undue delays in reaching patients ...
*  Sedative
They increase tractability and compliance of children or troublesome or demanding patients. Some sedatives can cause ... Doctors often administer sedatives to patients in order to dull the patient's anxiety related to painful or anxiety-provoking ... Intensive care unit patients who receive higher doses over longer periods, typically via IV drip, are more likely to experience ... Although sedatives do not relieve pain in themselves, they can be a useful adjunct to analgesics in preparing patients for ...
*  Nurse attorney
... patient safety, and regulatory compliance. "TAANA Executive Office - Career Paths". ...
*  Constraint-induced movement therapy
... and both patients and treating clinicians have reported poor compliance and concerns with patient safety. In the United States ... given concerns with compliance (both among patients and clinicians), reimbursement, and patient safety, studies have varied on ... Most notably, concerns have been cited over the reimbursement, intensity, and both patient and clinician compliance with the ... Concurrently, patients wear a mitt on the less affected limb for 5 hours/weekday during the same 10-week period. In addition to ...
*  Patient education
Increased Compliance - Effective communication and patient education increases patient motivation to comply. Patient Outcomes ... Compliance (medicine) Green prescription Managed care Medical writing Orem model of nursing "iv. Patient Education and ... For example, in patients with amputations, patient education has been shown to be effective when approached from all angles by ... Important elements of patient education are skill building and responsibility: patients need to know when, how, and why they ...
*  Shared decision-making in medicine
Earlier research demonstrated that increased patient-centered behavior by physicians led to greater compliance of patients' at- ... However, when a patient sees a physician of the same race, the patient perceives that physician as involving the patient more ... Physicians who encourage patient participation can help the patient make a decision that is aligned with the patients' values ... Patient empowerment enables patients to take an active role in the decisions made about their own healthcare. Patient ...
*  Patient diary
A patient diary as a tool to improve medicine compliance, Pharm World Sci. 1999 Feb;21(1):21-4. van Gerven JM, Schoemaker RC, ... A patient diary is a tool used during a clinical trial or a disease treatment to assess the patient's condition (e.g. symptom ... Patient diaries are also way to find out if a patient takes the medication according to the treatment schedule, which is an ... Case report form Electronic patient reported outcomes (ePRO) Patient-reported outcome Stone AA, Broderick JE, Shiffman SS, ...
*  Healthdirect Australia
... a survey of patient satisfaction with the service and compliance with advice" (PDF). Studies in health technology and ... Sprivulis, P; Carey, M; Rouse, I (February 2004). "Compliance with advice and appropriateness of emergency presentation ...
*  Qedani Mahlangu
... as the department was paying R320 per day per patient to Life Esidimeni. The bulk of state-subsidised patients would be moved ... HEALTH OMBUD - The Office of Health Standards Compliance (OHSC). Retrieved 16 February 2017. "How The Hell Did 94 Psychiatric ... "36 transferred psychiatric patients have died in Gauteng". Times LIVE. Retrieved 2017-04-24. Wire, News24. "Health minister ... Some of the medical negligence cases include, Security guards turning away patients from the clinics, leading to at least two ...
*  Qui tam
Bell later determined, however, that a significant percentage of patient files were not in compliance because they lacked the ... They informed Bell that they knew that they were significantly out of compliance. Bell told them that she "was not going to ... Traditional event monitoring requires the patient to press a button when he or she notices a cardiac event to record the ... Bell also discovered that there was improper testing of oxygen patients. Bell instructed her billing department to "shut down ...