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A surrogate marker (or surrogate end
point ) is term used in medical research for a ... to be necessary to an eventual outcome or end
point . 
Surrogate markers are used when it is unethical to look for the end
point (e.g., death) in the experiment, or when ...
... F1 and F2. Students register with the UK General Medical Council at the end
of F1. At the end
of F2, they may pursue further years of study.
Legal restrictions ...
Ambulatory blood pressure
... during sleep, and is useful to determine whether the patient is a dipper or non-dipper. In addition, nocturnal hypertension is associated with end
organ damage 1 and is a much better indicator than the daytime blood pressure reading.
Target Organ Damage
It's has being shown that ...
... in a solution of 75 percent bovine collagen. The microspheres are 32–40 micrometers in diameter (500 micrometers could fit in the period at the end
of this sentence).
Potential risks and side effects
Some researchers have found that large lumps under the skin known as granulomas ...
... of large artery stiffening. Increased aortic PWV has been shown to predict cardiovascular and in some cases all cause mortality in individuals with end
stage renal failure (Blacher et al.,Circulation. 1999; 99: 2434–2439), hypertension (Laurent et al., Hypertension. 2001; 37: 1236–1241), diabetes ...
... through bariatric surgery, during the 18 months required for weight loss, then the body contouring procedures and recovery. Often, beginning to end
takes three years .  A single body lifting operation can require seven to 10 hours under general anesthesia , blood transfusions and ...
... that would otherwise contribute noise to the image. This allows noise caused by Compton scattering to be gated out.
result of the nuclear medicine imaging process is a "dataset" comprising one or more images. In multi-image datasets the array of images may ...
... unique, therapeutics have emerged over the past decade.
Many established branded blockbuster drugs are coming, or have already, come to the end
of their patent-protected lives. These products can typically lose up to 40% market share in the year following patent expiry as generic alternatives ...
... of Christfried Jakob , yet Moyano felt himself unable to serve society from such a role and preferred remaining as a neurobiologist. Who to this end
left science and moved from the today hospital Borda was, instead, Santiago Carrillo, a disciple of Moyano and brother of the new minister. Perón's ...
If a patient is apneic, he or she will usually have repeated events throughout the night which are disruptive to the sleep cycle. At the end
of an apnea or hypopnea is often an arousal, which is a change in EEG frequency often accompanied by increased EMG frequency for between 3-15 ....