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Food Allergy and Adverse Reactions to Foods: a Classification System by Neil Kao Medical Doctor Posted Sun 24 Jul 2011 12:00am The Allergy Dude sees so many patients with adverse reactions to foods, he thought it would be a good idea to list his classification of the types of adverse reactions to foods.  I want to give credit to both the Guidelines on the Diagnosis and Management of Food Allergies in the U.S. and World Allergy Organization , whose classification systems ... Read on »
Chlamydia declines straight below the curable classification by winter1101 Posted Wed 13 Nov 2013 5:10pm Diagnose Chlamydia. Periodic Chlamydia trachomatis carries on for a few days or weeks, nevertheless in the period they may be rather responsive to medicines, chemotherapy, ultra violet uv rays, and also temps. Chlamydial infection is certainly in the bedroom transported. Immediately after casual making love chlamydia discovered within 50% of ... Read on »
People with pain are not all alike: MPI classifications & outcome by Bronwyn T. Occupational Therapist Posted Sun 10 Jan 2010 10:21pm As an individual with chronic pain, I know that each person with chronic pain is different from the next, and as a clinician I know that there are few ways to predict who will benefit from what treatment – but it’s like a Holy Grail to find a way to group together people who will benefit from one type of intervention compared with ... Read on »
Classification of Patellofemoral Pain by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted Mon 18 May 2009 11:10pm In 1998, one of the most influential publications of the last 2 decades was published on treatment of the patellofemoral joint.  Four of the leaders and pioneers of sports medicine and orthopedic rehabilitation – Kevin Wilk, George Davies, Bob Mangine, and Terry Malone - teamed up to develop a classification system for the differential diagnosis ... Read on »
British Drug Classification by Jason Schwartz, LMSW Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 03 Nov 2009 10:01pm Andrew Sullivan offers a clear and concise summary of the an initiative to reclassify drugs (the classifications are used to determine criminal penalties). Take the question of alcohol and tobacco out of the discussion and it seems quite sensible. Add alcohol and tobacco back and you have a firestorm. Is this about being too soft on drugs, o ... Read on »
Etiologic Classification of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder by Cheryl Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Jul 2009 11:53pm J. Gordon Millichap, MD, FRCP Division of Neurology, Children's Memorial Hospital, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, Illinois ABSTRACT Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a neurobiological syndrome with an estimated prevalence among children and adolescents of 5%. It is a highly heritable disorder, but acquired f ... Read on »
Taming Chaotic Project Management - Develop a project classification scheme by Anticlue Posted Tue 01 Dec 2009 10:04pm As one begins to rollout the practice of project management, it is wise to develop a project classification scheme. To be frank, your non-supporters will look at the level of communication through formal documentation and explain to the hillside that this is just too much documentation. The argument of the empower to discern what is needed to h ... Read on »
MCQ (question) on clinical coding and classification by h2cm Posted Fri 26 Mar 2010 8:21am Q. The development of clinical coding and classification systems, such as International Classification of Diseases (ICD) is … a manifestation, since the 1960s, of health care specialisation and technology in medicine? a product of the National Programme for Information Technology and the International Health Terminology Standards Develop ... Read on »
Statistics - Classification Tests - True Positive Rate by Jeremiah D. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Tue 24 Aug 2010 12:00am Classification tests are tests used to separate people into separate groups.  In other words, they categorize.  This is different than, say, an IQ test, which is primarily designed to provide information regarding one's various cognities abilities.  yes, IQ tests can be used to classify, but that is not their primary purpose, nor is ... Read on »
Haas System of Classification for IgA Nephropathy by Matt S. Posted Sun 28 Dec 2008 12:00am We are all relatively familiar with the WHO classification system for lupus nephritis, which gives nephrologists a relatively good idea of renal prognosis based on the histologic findings of renal biopsy. A similar type of system has been developed for IgA Nephropathy known as the Haas system of classification for IgA Nephropathy. ... Read on »