nonresponse


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nonresponse

(ˌnɒnrɪˈspɒns)
n
a failure or refusal to respond
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For patients with primary nonresponse to the first TNFi, either secukinumab or ixekizumab is recommended over a second TNFi.
Survey data were then weighted to account for nonresponse, unequal selection, and double counting of adults who had access to both landlines and cellphones.
The Bureau projects that the nonresponse follow-up operation will require hiring almost 500,000 part-time enumerators and other field operations staff, who will need to complete their work within a short time span.
Other sections cover the treatment process, including psychoeducation, cognitive work, hierarchy development, and trial exposure instructions; the protocol and instructions and exposure and response prevention; and special issues, such as partial response, nonresponse, and school issues.
In the question, whether the MERNAs were provided with information in their language at the center, 37.1% answered positively, with the aid of the translator; the rest of them answered 'I do not know / nonresponse'.
One answer is that each additional question, regardless of content, increases the nonresponse rate.
Patients were divided into good treatment response group and nonresponse group.
Survey weights were employed to account for nonresponse and the oversampling of specific groups.
* Treatment of Giardiasis after Nonresponse to Nitroimidazole
Nonpharmacological factors found to predict nonresponse on treatment day 3 were cardiovascular disease (odds ratio, 2.83), female gender (OR, 2.09), and a higher body mass index (OR, 1.03).