- Author:Andrew F. Long,David L. Scott
- Publisher:Royal College of Physicians of London (August 1, 1996)
- Pages:111 pages
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Statistics from Altmetric. London: Royal College of Physicians of London, 1996. The book itself is the outcome of a one day conference in Leeds in 1993. The chapter ‘Exploring outcomes’ clarifies in an interesting manner the wide range of issues on the outcome agenda.
Book Description Royal College of Physicians of London, 1996. 8. Andrew F Long and David L Scott (Eds). Published by Royal College of Physicians (1997)
Book Description Royal College of Physicians of London, 1996. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has soft covers. Published by Royal College of Physicians (1997). ISBN 10: 1860160328 ISBN 13: 9781860160325.
The clinical course of rheumatoid arthritis; rheumatoid arthritis in South East Europe; long-term complications; measuring outcome in rheumatoid . of rheumatoid arthritis; an epidemiological overview of outcome.
The clinical course of rheumatoid arthritis; rheumatoid arthritis in South East Europe; long-term complications; measuring outcome in rheumatoid arthritis; radiological measures of outcome; laboratory measures of outcome; rheumatology monitoring clinics; the short-term effect of anti-rheumatic drugs; the long-term effects of treating rheumatoid arthritis; quantitative approaches to morbidity and mortality in rheumatoid arthritis; the menopause, sex hormones and the case.
Outcome measures can be broadly classified as clinical and patient-reported outcomes (PROs). Clinical outcomes include those outcomes which assess all aspects of the disease course whether in response to treatment or not. These include ACR (ACR20, 50, 70 and 90), EULAR criteria (EULAR response and DAS28) and radiological scores. PROs include those measures which are assessed by the patient. The majority of PROs are quality of life measures and include both generic and disease-specific.
The Rheumatoid Arthritis Quality of Life Questionnaire (RAQoL) is a disease specific patient-reported outcome measure which determines the effect rheumatoid arthritis has on a patient’s quality of life. The RAQoL has 30 items with a yes and no response format and takes about six minutes to complete. Scores on the RAQoL are a sum of all the individual item scores with a range from 0-30, with a lower score indicating better quality of life.
Rheumatoid arthritis – pathogenesis, clinical features, laboratory . Considering the clear and concise style of writing, the book would also be of benefit to medical student. .
Rheumatoid arthritis – pathogenesis, clinical features, laboratory investigations, imaging, predicting outcomes and health economics. s – pathogenesis, clinical features, laboratory investigations and imaging followed by individual sections on each spondyloarthropathy. David L Scott is Professor of Clinical Rheumatology at King’s College School of Medicine, London, UK. He also leads the clinical service at King’s College Hospital, London.For practicing rheumatologists, it is a good refreshe.
Rheumatoid arthritis – management, Chris Deighton. Section 11 s 113. Ankylosing spondylitis, Joachim Sieper 114.
Potential Outcomes for Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients. Potential outcomes that can develop in the course of rheumatoid arthritis include frequent flare-ups, decreased life expectancy, and numerous prognostic possibilities. Ultimately, patients with rheumatoid arthritis need constant medical care, hence seeing a primary care physician, as well as a rheumatologist on a regular basis, will help to alleviate symptoms and make monitoring for signs of progression easier and timely. Factors that Determine Rheumatoid Arthritis Prognosis.