sequella


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Noun1.sequella - a secondary consequence
aftermath, consequence - the outcome of an event especially as relative to an individual
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Uniquely comprehensive information on psychosomatic medicine, including chapters on obesity, chronic pain, and psychiatric sequella of critical illness.
SQ109 is a new small molecule drug discovered by scientists at Sequella Inc (USA) and the US National Institutes of Health.
Product Pipeline Review - 2014', provides an overview of the Sequella, Inc.
It usually occurs after ischemic insult in patients with end-stage renal disease on hemodialysis and as a sequella of shock liver.
These sequella manifest 10, 20, and 25 years respectively after the initial infection.
Finally, we thank funders and sponsors, especially the Sequella Foundation and the Aeras Foundation, whose support enabled establishment of most of our infrastructure, the NIH, the Gates Foundation, EDCTP, the EU, the Wellcome Trust, the Elizabeth Glaser Paediatric AIDS Foundation, and the FDA.
15) By understanding the negative sequella of ICU-induced bed rest, investigators are attempting to correct these derangements by reducing the dosage and frequency of sedative medication and mobilizing critically ill patients once hemodynamic stability has been achieved.
charges dismissed or may be acquitted, but the sequella of an
Future research needs to look at the ideal management of both congenital and transient hypothyroidism that minimizes long-term cognitive and fine motor sequella.
A less well-known but not uncommon sequella of undiagnosed diabetes mellitus is hyperosmolar hyperglycemic syndrome (HHS).
The observation of LIP in association with Sjogren syndrome, EBV infection, and HIV infection likely reflects sequella of longstanding chronic antigen stimulation.
In the most recent edition of medical opinions set forth by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (Compendium of Selected Publications, 2005, Practice Bulletin #26), ACOG states: 'Long-term risks sometimes attributed to surgical abortion include potential effects on reproductive functions, cancer incidence, and psychological sequella.