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Definition
 
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Expected definition: Considered likely or probable; anticipated.
Expected Adverse Event definition: Any adverse event associated with a medical product or procedure, whose nature and severity have been previously observed, identified in nature, severity, or frequency, and documented in the investigator brochure, investigational plan, protocol, current consent form, scientific publication, or in other relevant and reliable document. The old term Side Effect is retired and should not be used.
The patient demonstrates knowledge of the expected responses to the operative or invasive procedure. definition: The patient/family members communicate an understanding of the operative or other invasive procedure and effects they can expect. This is evidenced by their consent for the procedure and description of the perioperative sequence of events and outcomes.
expected future definition: An occurrence that is scheduled to occur in the future. An Act whose effective time is greater than 'now', where 'now' is the time the instance is authored.
expected next definition: Restricted to the nearest recent known occurrence scheduled to occur in the future. The Act with the lowest effective time, still greater than 'now'. ('now' is the time the instance is authored.)
expected last definition: Restricted to the latest known occurrence that is scheduled to occur. The Act with the highest known effective time.
Device operates differently than expected definition: Issue associated with any deviations from expected performance while operating and using the device.
 
itItalian
aspettato definition: [1] erwartet, vorhergesehen
atteso definition: [1] erwartet, vorhergesehen
 
Publications
 

Sites of cleavage by restriction enzymes in viral DNAs: comparison of observed and expected frequencies

R.A. Elton

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Oct 1974

Process monitoring in intensive care with the use of cumulative expected minus observed mortality and risk-adjusted p charts

Jerome GL Cockings et al.

Critical Care , 2006

E-CAI: a novel server to estimate an expected value of Codon Adaptation Index (eCAI)

Pere Puigbò et al.

BMC Bioinformatics , 29 Jan 2008

Bereavement help-seeking following an 'expected' death: a cross-sectional randomised face-to-face population survey

David C Currow et al.

BMC Palliative Care , 14 Dec 2008

General practitioners apply the usual care for shoulder complaints better than expected – analysis of videotaped consultations

Camiel De Bruijn et al.

BMC Family Practice , 29 Mar 2007

Smoking cigarettes of low nicotine yield does not reduce nicotine intake as expected: a study of nicotine dependency in Japanese males

Atsuko Nakazawa et al.

BMC Public Health , 20 Jul 2004

Calculating expected years of life lost for assessing local ethnic disparities in causes of premature death

Tomás J Aragón et al.

BMC Public Health , 10 Apr 2008

Calculating the expected frequencies of potential secondary structure in nucleic acids as a function of stem length, loop size, base composition and nearest-neighbor frequencies.

W M Fitch

Nucleic Acids Research , 11 Jul 1983

Dioxin: dangerous as expected.

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Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Aug 1994

Expected Anomalies in the Fossil Record

Mareike Fischer et al.

Evolutionary Bioinformatics Online , 18 Mar 2008

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