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modify

[′mäd·ə‚fī]
(computer science)
To alter a portion of an instruction so its interpretation and execution will be other than normal; the modification may permanently change the instruction or leave it unchanged and affect only the current execution; the most frequent modification is that of the effective address through the use of index registers.
To alter a subroutine according to a defined parameter.
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But the suggestion from these data is that control of the conventional modifiable risk factors is the logical next step in reducing CRP once a high-risk patient is on 80 mg/day of atorvastatin or its equivalent, Dr.
Objective: To determine the frequency of modifiable cardiovascular risk factors in Rheumatoid Arthritis patients at tertiary care hospital.
A recent survey of more than 47,000 adults in Canada found that about one in five people who have at least five modifiable risk factors for heart disease don't think they need to make any lifestyle changes to improve their risk factors.
7m adults have at least one modifiable risk factor for cardiovascular disease, yet clinical screening for key risk factors such as blood pressure and waist circumference are not routinely monitored in clinical settings.
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Modifiable environmental factors such as street lighting and illuminated pedestrian crossing signs may help deter homicide among young people, according to a study published in March in JAMA Pediatrics.
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Cardiovascular risk assessment questionnaire included modifiable, non-modifiable and contextual risk factors.