Background and Objective High-risk population of colorectal carcinoma (CRC) is the population that includes high-risk individuals with the occurrence of CRC pre-cancerous alterations and high probability of CRC exposed or exposing on the various risk factors.
Early diagnosis and prophylaxis of CMV high-risk group are the key points for preventing CMV infection after renal transplantation. To D+/R- or D±/R+ recipients using valaciclovir for 90 days is a safe and efficient method for preventing CMV infection.
Expression of the STAT1 gene belonging to the group of interferon-regulated genes was analyzed in cervical tumors and cell lines harboring the genome of human papilloma viruses (HPV) of so-called high risk group.
New data on the developmental features of the forming of reserve respiratory capacities were recorded in studies of a high risk group of physiologically retarded children and adolescents.
Fifty-six per cent of the high risk group repeated parasuicidal acts during the six months follow-up.
Women more commonly repeated than men in the high risk group.
The results show that it is possible to identify a "high risk" group likely to be frequent health center users.
Patients with nosocomial bleeding comprise a high-risk population.
Newborns who require mechanical ventilation represent a high-risk population who have significant morbidity and mortality.
Therefore it was of interest to evaluate the risk factors for falling in a high-risk population, i.e., patients during rehabilitation after recent proximal femur fracture.
Antibiotic-Resistant Bloodstream Infections in Hospitalized Patients: Specific Risk Factors in a High-Risk Population
Nevertheless, the ever-growing population of diabetic patients with coronary artery disease, prior myocardial infarction, and left ventricular systolic dysfunction continue to comprise a high-risk population.
The errors of discrimination between schizophrenics and control subjects (a low-risk group) and between the low-risk group and sibs (a high-risk group) ranged from 7 to 19%.
A closer connection of both sectors and a better co-ordination of the care offers seems to be a prerequisite for helping to reduce unmet mental health care needs in this specific high-risk group.
Conclusions This study has once more made it clear that children whose parents have psychiatric problems constitute an important high-risk group and that prevention and early intervention in these children constitute an important public health issue.
For clinical concerns, stroke patients with infratentorial infarction and impaired consciousness should be classified as a high-risk group and receive intensive prophylactic treatment.
???Of patients with successful intervention, 57% survived in an extremely high-risk group of patients with shock and acute coronary syndrome, when IABP was implanted prior to the coronary intervention.