medical status

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medical status

Status of medical mycology education

The Current Status of Medical Genetics in India

Identifying Patient Smoking Status from Medical Discharge Records

The Reception of Expert Medical Evidence in Refugee Status Determination

Health Status Measurement and the Assessment of Medical Care

Self Portrait With Dr. Arrieta and the Medical Profession's Tenuous Status in the Public Eye

Using Implicit Information to Identify Smoking Status in Smoke-blind Medical Discharge Summaries

Extracting timing and status descriptors for colonoscopy testing from electronic medical records

Serological Response to Influenza Vaccine and Nutritional Status of Geriatric Medical Long-Term Care Patients

Influence of medical conditions on executive and memory functions in low socioeconomic status African Americans

The difficulty in diagnosing non-convulsive status epilepticus during routine medical practice

Do dialysis- and transplantation-related medical factors affect perceived health status?

The Impact of Health Status and Out‐of‐Pocket Medical Expenditures on Annuity Valuation

Clinical status, psychosocial impairments, medical treatment and health care costs for patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in Germany: An online IBD registry

Brief Report : Birth Status, Medical Complications, and Social Environment : Individual Differences in Development of Preterm, Very Low Birth Weight Infants

Current Status of Medical Oncology in Japan—Reality Gleaned from a Questionnaire Sent to Designated Cancer Care Hospitals

A System for Classifying Disease Comorbidity Status from Medical Discharge Summaries Using Automated Hotspot and Negated Concept Detection

Serological response to influenza vaccination and nutritional and functional status of patients in geriatric medical long-term care.


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An assessment of a patient's current medical condition including medication. It may be used in the assessment of a patient's suitability for treatment, such as using the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) medical status scale prior to sedation for dental treatment.

Subjects: Dentistry.

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