Pairment

Pair´ment

    (pâr´ment)
n.1.Impairment.
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(1998) Vitamin E administration improves im pairment of endothelium-dependent vasodilation in patients with coronary spastic angina.
Its loan im- pairment charges were 110% higher in 2016 than 2015, while its total assets fell 13% to $20.5 billion.
Main observation index and evaluation criteria: Neurological impairment score: neurological im- pairment was scored before treatment and in the 5th, 10th and 15th day after treatment according to clinical neurological impairment scoring criteria of stroke patients formulated by the 4th Cerebrovascular Dis- ease Conference.10 If neurological impairment score lowered for 91% ~ 100% and disability was level 0, then patient could be determined as cured.
Caused significant reduction in masticatory function or resulted in significant speech im- pairment. .
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Meta-analysis on the Primary outcomes: impact of cognitive im- Falls per person pairment on interven- year; fractures per tion effectiveness 1,000 person year; percentage of people falling Effect measures: Log rate ratio for falls and fractures; log relative risk of falling Author (date) Results/outcomes Gillespie et al.
Thus, a similar amount of gross brain damage and im pairment in cognitive function occurred if the fetuses were exposed to alcohol only during the early part of gestation, rather than throughout gestation.
Diabetes mellitus and its complications constitute an important health problem in developing coun- tries.15,16 Cataract is a common cause of visual im- pairment in diabetic patients, at younger age due to accumulation of sorbitol within lens this changes its hydration and alters its metabolism.16 Among our patients 26% had diabetes had the highest age as compared to other risk factors.