posttreatment

posttreatment

(ˌpəʊstˈtriːtmənt)
n
(Medicine) any treatment given after an injury, incident, etc
adj
(Medicine) existing or occurring after treatment
adv
(Medicine) after treatment
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Posttreatment site monitoring indicates that PCE concentrations were reduced by two orders of magnitude from pretreatment levels at many locations within the treated zone and, in contrast to the Sages site, did not rebound after 450 days (Ramsburg et al.
In tests ending in fall migration the posttreatment period differed (P <0.
also specified non-responsiveness in terms of posttreatment status.
At the most recent follow-up, 23 serious adverse events had been reported, including neutropenia, diarrhea and dehydration, mouth ulcer, and an episode of posttreatment hypoglycemia, which occurred in a patient with nonfunctioning islets.
Because patients receiving potentially curative colorectal cancer surgery are at risk of recurrence and increased risk of developing second primary tumors, posttreatment bowel surveillance is recommended to detect these tumors at earlier and more curable stages.
Results: There were no significant differences between pre- and posttreatment serum PSA, Gleason score, serum testosterone or biochemical factors in the treated patients.
It does not require posttreatment rehabilitation, therapy, or additional medications.
The conference will focus on a number of technologies and markets including: nonwovens formation and dyeing fundamentals, end use markets for nonwovens, methods of coloration, dyeing, methods of finishing, posttreatment and future research and product development.
Ex post facto research was used to compare data from the comparison years to the treatment and posttreatment years.
Posttreatment results after 2 years of services in the Vanderbilt School-Based Counseling project.
Statistical analysis revealed no difference in any pre- or posttreatment parameters.