prognostic equation

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prognostic equation

[präg′näs·tik i′kwā·zhən]
(meteorology)
Any equation governing a system which contains a time derivative of a quantity and therefore can be used to determine the value of that quantity at a later time when the other terms in the equation are known (for example, the vorticity equation).
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Although newer versions of the APACHE II prognostic model have been developed', it is still commonly used in many ICUs worldwide for audit and research purposes.
The following clinical data will be presented in poster sessions: Analysis of Survival, AML Transformation, and Transfusion Independence in Patients with High-Risk MDS Receiving Azacitidine Determined Using a Prognostic Model Abstract ID: 2523 Lewis R.
The presentation, entitled, "Two ONCONASE(R) Clinical Trials in MM Patients Evaluated Using the EORTC Prognostic Model," will analyze whether there is a difference in survival between ONCONASE study patients categorized as 'Good' or 'Poor' risk for survival, using European Organization for the Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC) prognostic scores.
In the data-driven method the prognostic model is based on data, collected from the system.
2010, 2012) developed a prognostic model of postsurgery outcomes for those with early-stage kidney cancer.
There are several mathematical models such as Hunault's prognostic model to estimate the rate of spontaneous pregnancy.
Peripheral T-cell lymphoma unspecified (PTCLU): a new prognostic model from a retrospective multicentric clinical study.
Predicting outcome in severe traumatic brain injury using a simple prognostic model.
There is also no prognostic model at ICU discharge to assist clinicians in predicting ICU readmission or post-ICU mortality.
Their study suggested a new combined molecular and clinicopathologic prognostic model (CAIX, vimentin, p53, pTNM, and Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group performance status) to be superior to prior models of clinicopathologic parameters alone, including the commonly used University of California at Los Angeles Integrated Staging System model.