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clinically klinisch
clinically klinischer
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clinically dead klinisch tot
clinically proven klinisch erprobt
 
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Definition
 
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Professional Degree (Clinically Equivalent) definition: Individual usually trained for clinical work. Includes M.D., D.D.S., D.M.D., DVM, D.O., D,C., N.D., Pharm. D, R.N. with Doctorate, (contrast to an academic degree).
Grade 2 Abdomen NOS infection (documented clinically or microbiologically) with Grade 3 or 4 neutrophils (ANC <1.0 x 10e9/L) definition: Localized, local intervention indicated
Grade 2 Anal/perianal infection (documented clinically or microbiologically) with Grade 3 or 4 neutrophils (ANC <1.0 x 10e9/L) definition: Localized, local intervention indicated
Grade 2 Appendix infection (documented clinically or microbiologically) with Grade 3 or 4 neutrophils (ANC <1.0 x 10e9/L) definition: Localized, local intervention indicated
Grade 2 Artery infection (documented clinically or microbiologically) with Grade 3 or 4 neutrophils (ANC <1.0 x 10e9/L) definition: Localized, local intervention indicated
Grade 2 Biliary tree infection (documented clinically or microbiologically) with Grade 3 or 4 neutrophils (ANC <1.0 x 10e9/L) definition: Localized, local intervention indicated
Grade 2 Bladder (urinary) infection (documented clinically or microbiologically) with Grade 3 or 4 neutrophils (ANC <1.0 x 10e9/L) definition: Localized, local intervention indicated
Grade 2 Blood infection (documented clinically or microbiologically) with Grade 3 or 4 neutrophils (ANC <1.0 x 10e9/L) definition: Localized, local intervention indicated
Grade 2 Bone (osteomyelitis) infection (documented clinically or microbiologically) with Grade 3 or 4 neutrophils (ANC <1.0 x 10e9/L) definition: Localized, local intervention indicated
Grade 2 Brain (encephalitis, infectious) (documented clinically or microbiologically) with Grade 3 or 4 neutrophils (ANC <1.0 x 10e9/L) definition: Localized, local intervention indicated
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Examples
 

Ideally, a clinical trial should be able to demonstrate not only a statistically significant improvement in the primary efficacy endpoint, but also that the magnitude of the effect is clinically relevant.

Steven M Snapinn et al.

Trials 8 (7), 25 Oct 2007

One potential approach to assess clinical relevance is to define a clinically relevant effect, and test the null hypothesis that the true effect is of this size or less versus the hypothesis that the true effect is greater than the clinically relevant effect.

Steven M Snapinn et al.

Trials 8 (7), 25 Oct 2007

However, if one were to define a minimum clinically important difference, μ 0 , then one could test the null hypothesis μ ≤ μ 0 versus the alternative hypothesis μ > μ 0 .

Steven M Snapinn et al.

Trials 8 (7), 25 Oct 2007

In other cases, the FDA may request an a priori definition of a treatment responder that can be applied to individual patient changes over time." In addition, a recent guidance from the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use [ 6 ] concerning non-inferiority trials included the following: Page 6, Demonstrating Efficacy: "Establishing a clinically relevant benefit over placebo is accomplished by considering the point estimate of the difference between the test product and placebo and assessing its clinical relevance, either using the original scale or by considering responder rates....

Steven M Snapinn et al.

Trials 8 (7), 25 Oct 2007

A judgement must be made regarding whether the difference seen is clinically useful."

Steven M Snapinn et al.

Trials 8 (7), 25 Oct 2007

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Publications
 

Responder analyses and the assessment of a clinically relevant treatment effect

Steven M Snapinn et al.

Trials , 25 Oct 2007

Autoantigenic nuclear proteins of a clinically atypical renal vasculitis

Julio Avila et al.

Journal of Autoimmune Diseases , 14 Jul 2008

Societal Burden of Clinically Anxious Youth Referred for Treatment: A Cost-of-illness Study

Denise H.M. Bodden et al.

Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology , 01 May 2008

Clinically important deep vein thrombosis in the intensive care unit: a survey of intensivists

Deborah Cook et al.

Critical Care , 2004

Metastatic prostate cancer masquerading clinically and radiologically as a primary caecal carcinoma

Muhammad A Kabeer et al.

World Journal of Surgical Oncology , 07 Jan 2007

Clinically relevant safety issues associated with St. John's wort product labels

Kevin A Clauson et al.

BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine , 17 Jul 2008

Validating the effectiveness of Clinically Oriented Physiology Teaching (COPT) in undergraduate physiology curriculum

Reem Abraham et al.

BMC Medical Education , 24 Jul 2008

Patterns of Clinically Significant Symptoms of Depression Among Heavy Users of Alcohol and Cigarettes

Joan Faith Epstein et al.

Preventing Chronic Disease , 15 Dec 2008

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – A clinically empirical approach to its definition and study

William C Reeves et al.

BMC Medicine , 15 Dec 2005

Clinically uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum malaria with high schizontaemia: A case report

Khin Maung Lwin et al.

Malaria Journal , 11 Apr 2008

1633 further publications >>