bleeding rate

bleeding rate

The rate at which water is released by bleeding, 4 from mortar or paste.
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The observed major bleeding rate among patients enrolled in the ORBIT-AF registry rose with an increasing risk score.
12-14) The bleeding rate of the CDT and SmartClamp boys in our study was 4% and 6%, respectively.
Bolger et al, Screening improved detection, (13) 1990 allowed for modifications of perioperative care, and reduced the bleeding rate.
10) These changes were responsible for the reduction in major bleeding rate from nearly 6% in the earlier trials to less than 1% in the more current trials.
In certain patient populations, the overall bleeding rate has been shown to rise as high as 20%.
7% GI bleeding rate in the moderate-dose group was nearly as great as that in patients on high-dose aspirin and significantly more than the 0.
The overall estimated median annual bleeding rate (ABR) achieved during the preventive regimen with NovoEight[sup.
Secondary outcome measures include the annualized bleeding rate (ABR), or projected number of yearly bleeding episodes, and assessments of response to treatment.
The overall estimated annual bleeding rate (ABR) achieved during preventative regimen with NovoEight[sup.
Changes in annualized bleeding rate over time and relationship with dosing of turoctocog alfa during the guardian(TM) programme.
The primary efficacy and safety measures were the annualized bleeding rate and the incidence of adverse events including inhibitor development in patients studied for up to approximately 52 weeks.