was defined by Feinstein as "any distinct clinical entity that has co-existed or that may occur during the clinical course of a patient who has the index disease under study".
with psychiatric and other neurodevelopmental disorders seems to be a distinct clinical characteristic, although the reasons and mechanisms for the same have not been fully elucidated.
He covers the contemporary diagnosis and treatment of ADHD, the causes of ADHD, the consequences of untreated ADHD, the co-morbidity
factors present with ADHD, and a wide variety of other related subjects over the course of the bookAEs nineteen chapters.
High APACHE II and Charlson co-morbidity
index scores, extended length of hospitalization and MV time, previous history of hospitalization and antibiotherapy, reintubation, enteral nutrition, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cerebrovascular disease, diabetes mellitus and organ failure were determined as significant risk factors for VAP.
15 HTN was the commonest co-morbidity
in our patients.
In the UAE, the prevalence of type 2 diabetes mellitus is among the highest in the world, ensuring that this co-morbidity
is a substantial risk factor for pneumococcal disease," she said.
Adjusting for maternal age, parity, ethnicity and co-morbidity
, mean total costs were 23% higher among overweight women and 37% higher among obese women compared with women with normal weight.
The rest of book details use of CBT for GAD in practice, from assessment through interventions and relapse prevention, in addition to co-morbidity
and complicating factors.
At the same time it is known that severe hypoglycaemia is a potential risk factor for cardiovascular disease in type 2 diabetics, although the association is controversial and the possible effects of co-morbidity
have not been fully investigated.
05 is significant Table 3: The association between the CAT score mean and CV co-morbidities Variables With CV Without CV Mean co-morbidity co-morbidity
difference (n = 56) (n=39) (96% CI) Mean (SD) Mean (SD) CAT score 15.
To quantify the potential impact, the CWCI research determined that paid losses on claims with the obesity co-morbidity
averaged $116,437, or 81.
In workers' compensation, obesity has historically been classified as a co-morbidity
-- a condition that occurs at the same time, but usually independent of, an injury or illness, the report said.