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in·ter·cur·rent

 (ĭn′tər-kûr′ənt, -kŭr′-)
adj.
Occurring at the same time as and usually altering the course of another disease.

[Latin intercurrēns, intercurrent-, present participle of intercurrere, to mingle with; see intercourse.]

intercurrent

(ˌɪntəˈkʌrənt)
adj
1. occurring during or in between; intervening
2. (Pathology) pathol (of a disease) occurring during the course of another disease
ˌinterˈcurrence n
ˌinterˈcurrently adv

in•ter•cur•rent

(ˌɪn tərˈkɜr ənt, -ˈkʌr-)

adj.
(of a disease) occurring while another disease is in progress.
[1605–15; < Latin intercurrent-, s. of intercurrēns, present participle of intercurrere to run between]
Translations

in·ter·cur·rent

a. intercurrente, que aparece en el curso de una enfermedad y que la modifica.
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In particular, the following intercurrent events are important: patients die, they stop taking the study medication because they experience side effects or because they feel they are receiving no benefit from the treatment, or they take additional medication that will interfere with the efficacy endpoints.
The Exclusion Criteria included acute haemorrhoidal episodes with thrombosis prior to haemorrhoidectomy, intercurrent anal pathology (eg.
What happens with intercurrent infections, such as mononucleosis, not uncommon in the age group?
4 mg/dl (upper limit of normal), serious intercurrent disease and patients who refused to undergo coronary angiography during the hospitalization.
Adjustment of direct high-density lipoprotein cholesterol measurements according to intercurrent triglyceride corrects for interference by triglyceride-rich lipoproteins.
Variation in RBC indices is caused by a combination of cell age-dependent changes, which are always present, genetic changes such as thalassemias, which are quite common in some populations, nutritional deficiencies, changes in women of childbearing age owing to blood loss and pregnancy, and a range of intercurrent diseases.
Stress doses of glucocorticoids should be used during intercurrent physical illness, but not with episodes of emotional stress or exercise.
17 Other factors which can explain subnormal GFR in the current study are enrolled participants with history of low birth weight and prematurity (12%), presence of intercurrent infections (20-52%), dehydration (52%) and methods used for assessing serum creatinine and estimating GFR.
In this study, 49 women aged between 18-48 years, with menstrually triggered and intercurrent migraine attacks, were randomised to receive twice daily either a placebo tablet or a tablet containing 75 mg soy extract standardised to 40% isoflavones (60 mg soy isoflavones daily), 50 mg of dong quai extract standardised to 1% ligustilide, and 25 mg black cohosh extract standardized to 8% triterpenes, for 24 weeks.
Interventions for intercurrent diseases impacting HIV infected patients including tuberculosis will also be prioritized in this FOA, as well as strengthening the capacity of Mozambique to collect and use surveillance data and manage national HIV/AIDS programs.
Information collected telephonically included age, gender, place of residence, socio-economic status of the family, EPI vaccination including measles vaccine, symptoms of the disease, number of days child was ill before presenting to health facility, history of intercurrent illness, health status of the child, number of children under 5 in the family, history of measles in the family, neighbors or relatives and history of calamity in the area in recent past.
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