The MROC was created to address the problem of frequent fractures among patients treated with glucocorticoids.
To meet this need, the MROC was developed by a nephrology nurse, a rheumatologist, and a clinical renal pharmacist.
One of the most important ideas in planning the MROC was to provide comprehensive patient education.
The laboratory assessment of the patients in the MROC may be partially completed prior to the clinic visit.
The MROC algorithm takes the largest submatrix from the top left corner and groups the machines and parts in the submatrix into a cell.
The MROC algorithm used in this study is listed in the Appendix.
ROC/ROC, SC/ROC, MSC/ROC, BEA and SC-Seed are not significantly differently from each other, but are significantly better than MROC, and
MROC is the second best algorithm, while SC/SC is the worst solution algorithm.