- n. Plural form of comorbidity.
“As a result, we need to be very clear with ourselves and our patients that currently, the best we can expect is indeed an improvement in comorbidities and perhaps in quality of life - there is, however, as yet no guarantee that weight loss will actually increase the likelihood of playing with your grandchildren.”
“A number of issues impact on the economic burden of the disease, such as comorbidities, suicide, early death, unemployment or underemployment.”
“The ADHD Center has a principal focus on developing and validating family-school interventions and addressing barriers to service utilization for families of diverse cultural backgrounds coping with ADHD and its comorbidities.”
“In one large cohort study the incidence of three out of six comorbidities assessed 10 years after surgery was significantly reduced compared with conventional therapy.”
“We have long known that obesity is by no means a homogeneous condition and that the clinical manifestation of obesity related comorbidities covers a wide and unpredictable spectrum of disorders.”
“This is exactly why we introduced the Edmonton Obesity Staging System, where we stage obesity based on the actual presence of risk factors or comorbidities rather than on BMI alone.”
“The dissemination of research findings will also “discuss findings and other considerations specific to certain subpopulations, risk factors, and comorbidities, as appropriate.””
“Moreover, the number of comorbidities at each age between 50 and 70 is well below levels that prevailed a century ago ....”
“This will most often requiresome lifestyle changes but in many cases will also call for optimal management of their comorbidities (e.g. sleep apnea, pain, depression, etc.).”
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