evaluable


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evaluable

(ɪˈvæljʊəbəl)
adj
able to be evaluated
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The study will include a total of six evaluable patients for a safety assessment of prexigebersen and decitabine.
Results showed that approximately 81% of evaluable patients had serum uric acid control below 6 mg/dl at week 12.
RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS: Trial 1 was a randomized, prospective, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel group trial in atopic subjects with mild-to-moderate asthma (n = 35 evaluable) consuming a low dose (0.75 g GLA + 0.5 g EPA), high dose (1.13 g GLA + 0.75 g EPA) or placebo emulsion daily.
Of these, 200 were eligible for modified intent-to-treat analysis and 173 patients were microbiologically evaluable.
Overall cure rates in the clinically evaluable population were 93.3% and 93.5% for ceftobiprole and vancomycin, respectively.
During follow-up, LVEF increased by an average of 3% over baseline in 92 evaluable control patients and by an average of 5.5% in 95 evaluable patients who received bone marrow cells, a statistically significant effect for the study's primary end point, Dr.
The ITT group was defined as patients who received at least one dose of study medication and completed at least one study evaluation, while the evaluable population was the subset of 75 patients (n=50 chromium picolinate and 25 placebo), who took at least 80% of the study product with no significant protocol deviations.
A total of 122 ertapenem patients and 107 piperacillin/tazobactam patients were microbiologically evaluable at 2 weeks, and favorable clinical responses were shown in 82.1% and 81.7%, respectively.
Efficacy -- Data on the debridement of wound eschar (removal of burned tissue) were analyzed from seven evaluable patients and data on the time to 90 percent epithelialization (the point at which wounds appear to be healing normally) were analyzed from 12 evaluable patients:
The study included 90 evaluable patients who either had known polyps or were considered to be of average risk.