*  Arterial stiffness
John R. Cockcroft, notable researcher on the subject Pulse wave velocity Compliance (physiology) Mozos I, Malainer C, ... 2001). "Aortic Stiffness Is an Independent Predictor of All-Cause and Cardiovascular Mortality in Hypertensive Patients". ... compliance. The relationship between arterial stiffness and pulse wave velocity was first predicted by Thomas Young in his ... "Role of Pulse Pressure on Cardiovascular Risk in Chronic Kidney Disease Patients". Journal of the American Society of ...
*  List of MeSH codes (N05)
... patient acceptance of health care MeSH N05.300.150.600.600 --- patient compliance MeSH N05.300.150.600.620 --- patient ... dentist-patient relations MeSH N05.300.660.560 --- nurse-patient relations MeSH N05.300.660.625 --- physician-patient relations ... patient satisfaction MeSH N05.715.360.650 --- program evaluation MeSH N05.715.360.650.150 --- benchmarking MeSH N05.715.360.750 ... participation MeSH N05.300.150.600.630 --- patient satisfaction MeSH N05.300.150.600.800 --- treatment refusal MeSH N05.300.262 ...
*  List of MeSH codes (F01)
... patient compliance MeSH F01.145.488.700 --- self-examination MeSH F01.145.488.700.100 --- breast self-examination MeSH F01.145. ... dentist-patient relations MeSH F01.829.401.650.600 --- nurse-patient relations MeSH F01.829.401.650.675 --- physician-patient ...
*  Brimonidine/timolol
... improving patient compliance, and decreasing ocular exposure to preservatives in ophthalmic solutions. The most common adverse ... For patients who need more than one medication to lower IOP, the fixed combination product offers the advantages of reducing ... When assessed over a 3-month period, pooled results from a total of 1159 patients showed significantly greater mean IOP ... Combigan (brimonidine tartrate/timolol maleate) 0.2%/0.5% is used to reduce IOP in patients with glaucoma or ocular ...
*  Connected health
... chronic disease management and patient compliance of the US and global healthcare systems.[citation needed] Connected health ... involve patients in their care through regular feedback, or improve upon a health outcome measure in a defined patient ... Home care via remote monitoring of chronically ill patients including surveillance connected devices or patient controlled ... A signal is then sent that lights up an ambient orb device in the patient's home to remind them to take their medication. It ...
*  Nitroglycerin (drug)
... the painful nature of which can have a marked negative effect on patient compliance. GTN also can cause severe hypotension, ... Murrell began treating patients with small doses of GTN in 1878, and the substance was widely adopted after he published his ... After long-term use for chronic conditions, nitrate tolerance-tolerance to agents such as GTN- may develop in a patient, ... The medical establishment used the name "glyceryl trinitrate" or "trinitrin" to avoid alarming patients, because of a general ...
*  Cetacaine
... easier use for the doctors or dentists needing to apply an anesthetic and better patient compliance (less anxiety). Cetacaine ... One of the only studies that are current with Cetacaine is the one that the FDA is conducting surrounding the issue of patients ... The spray form of Cetacaine is also used to help prevent gagging in the patient. The anesthetic effect of Cetacaine can be ... The dosage should be modified according to the patient and there has not been a dosage specified for children. Spray: Cetacaine ...
*  Dental hygienist
All emergency treatment should be addressed first, this includes emergency periodontal treatment; The patients compliance ... RDHAPs can provide patient care for up to 18 months and longer if the patient obtains a prescription for additional oral ... They assess a patient's condition in order to offer patient-specific preventative and educational services to promote and ... treat the patient in absence of a dentist, and also maintain a provider-patient relationship. The Dental Hygienist Course in ...
*  Concordance
... involvement of patients in decision-making to improve patient compliance with medical advice Concordance of evidence, the ...
*  Clinical governance
... compliance with statutory regulations can help to minimise risks to patients. In addition, patient risks can be minimised by ... Medical ethical standards are also a key factor in maintaining patient and public safety and well-being. Risks to practitioners ... In addition to reducing risks to patients and practitioners, organisations need to reduce their own risks by ensuring high ... Clinical governance is a systematic approach to maintaining and improving the quality of patient care within the National ...
*  Adherence management coaching
In 2012, Grace Lomax completed a study in the United Kingdom regarding patient non-compliance/adherence/concordance/etc. "What ... Millions of man hours, patient and provider, have been spent training and documenting the fact that the patient was made aware ... The MAP is a list of self-management actions necessary to achieve the patient's specific health goals. The patient and ... Discharge plans and the various patient care plans are carefully considered by providers and are designed to provide patients ...
*  Thrombosis prevention
Patient education and compliance reduces the risk of developing blood clots. These excerises and use of equipment and follow up ... Most hospitalized medical patients have at least 1 risk factor for thrombosis that progresses to thromboembolism and this risk ... Pre-operatively some patients receive low-molecular-weight heparin once a day. Additional risk factors such as obesity, disease ... These devices are also placed on a surgical patient in the operating room (the intra-surgical period) and remain on the person ...
*  Elastics (orthodontics)
Elastic wear depends on the compliance of the patient. A non-compliant patient should never be instructed to continue wearing ... It is important to evaluate soft tissue and hard tissue esthetics of a patient before attempting to use Class 3 elastics. ...
*  Health literacy
Physicians and nurses are a source of patient comprehension and compliance studies. Adult Basic Education / English for ... A study of 2,600 patients conducted in 1995 by two US hospitals found that between 26% and 60% of patients could not understand ... This in turn can help in effective communication between healthcare providers and their patients. Identifying a patient as ... the patient's current state of health, language barriers of the patient, cultural appropriateness of the materials, format and ...
*  Electronic prescribing
... reducing obstacles that may result in less patient compliance. Availability of information on when patient's prescriptions are ... Patient Access Lost - In the event of a development beyond the control of the patient, such as a software malfunction in the ... The advantage of ePrescribing radiology is that oftentimes when a patient is handed a paper script, the patient will lose the ... When an imaging center receives the prescription, the imaging center will then contact the patient and schedule the patient for ...
*  Pharmacy
... and patient compliance issues (in the hospital and at home) many pharmacists practicing in hospitals gain more education and ... The result is a reconciliation of medication and patient education resulting in increased patient health outcomes and decreased ... combined with the potential impact of medications and pharmacy services on patient-care outcomes and patient safety, make it ... Patients who have difficulty swallowing the tablet may prefer to suck the medicated lollipop instead. Another form of ...
*  Oat
"Biomarkers to Monitor Gluten-Free Diet Compliance in Celiac Patients". Nutrients (Review). 9 (1): 46. doi:10.3390/nu9010046. ... "Safety of Adding Oats to a Gluten-free Diet for Patients with Celiac Disease: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Clinical ... how to reconcile nutritional and technological properties of wheat proteins with safety for celiac disease patients". Nutrients ...
*  Annalena Tonelli
This approach guaranteed patients' compliance in taking the therapy over the needed six-month treatment, and it was adopted by ... The most plausible is that she was killed by a group who protested her bringing HIV/AIDS patients into Borama. In November, ... Tonelli invited nomadic tuberculotic patients to camp in front of the Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled she was running with ...
*  Mechanical ventilation
Expiratory flow is determined by patient factors such as compliance and resistance. Mechanical dead space is defined as the ... In such patients, some experts recommend limiting PEEP to low levels (~10cmH2O). In patients who have diffused loss of aeration ... One of the main reasons why a patient is admitted to an ICU is for delivery of mechanical ventilation. Monitoring a patient in ... or in any patient expected to be difficult to wean from mechanical ventilation, i.e., patients with little muscular reserve. ...
*  Vanga, Bandundu
Fina Lubaki, Jean-Pierre (25 August 2009). "Reasons for non-compliance among patients with hypertension at Vanga Hospital, ... It welcomes 13,000 patients a year, has more than 400 beds, and employs 13 doctors and hundreds of nurses. The location has ...
*  Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare infection
... and the possibility that the addition of another drug to the medical regimen may adversely affect patients' compliance with ... Since the six patients in their retrospective case series were older females, Reich and Johnson and Baker proposed that ... MAC in patients with HIV disease is theorized to represent recent acquisition rather than latent infection reactivating (which ... Before prophylaxis is administered, patients should be assessed to ensure that they do not have active disease due to MAC, M. ...
*  Diabetes mellitus type 1
Nevertheless, dietary management of both these diseases is challenging and these patients have poor compliance of the diet. ... Continuous glucose monitors can alert patients to the presence of dangerously high or low blood sugar levels, but technical ... diarrhoea and weight loss can be present in patients with T1DM, but are often attributed to poor control of diabetes, ... in newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes patients. A probable mechanism of this effect was believed to be preservation of regulatory ...
*  Arkansas Children's Hospital
The organization highlighted ACH for its work to increase hand hygiene compliance rates among patient care staff. In 2011, ... One patient featured in the profile was a 12-year-old girl who was born in Shanghai with what is believed to be the largest ... This recognition demonstrates Arkansas Children's nursing professionalism, teamwork and superior patient care. Arkansas ... examined how three physicians in the Arkansas Children's Hospital Vascular Anomalies Center of Excellence handled patients' ...
*  Health network surveillance
... privacy and regulatory compliance with patient health information (PHI). Health network surveillance addresses the rapidly ... do not impede the day-to-day health care operations that make up healthcare systems and deliver essential services to patients ...
*  Arrow of Brahma
He will take the sacrificial chicken and stomp around the patient. The yakeduras will use the "arrow" to force his compliance ... The ritual brings the patients into the protective manifold of the Buddha. The ritual is performed by Theravada Buddhists. ... Yakeduras means "ones who know the art of offering". They are specialists who take control over patient diagnosis and ... The yaktovil is a lengthy, complex ritual that prevents malevolent, supernatural beings from overpowering patients. ...
*  Exercise intolerance
Exercise is key for many heart and back patients, and a variety of specific exercise techniques are available for both groups. ... LV diastolic compliance and skeletal muscle function, aerobic exercise has the potential to improve exercise tolerance. A ... Some exercise specialists are trained in modifications specific to these patients[who?]. In individuals with heart failure and ... passive range-of-motion exercise is sometimes used to prevent skin breakdown and prevent contractures in patients unable to ...
*  Homework in psychotherapy
Bryant, M. J., Simons, A. D., & Thase, M. E. (1999). Therapist skill and patient variables in homework compliance: Controlling ... homework compliance was not positively related to treatment outcomes. Another group of researchers looked at patients with ... the patient may agree with the experiment and start breathing into a plastic bag while the therapist watches. Since the patient ... For example, a patient with panic disorder may avoid exercising because he believes that breathing heavily will make him have a ...