"onset" en español
Finding vaccines appropriate to them before the onset of sexual activity is fundamental.
Formoterol has a fast onset of action and can therefore be used to relieve symptoms of asthma.
Akathisia is recognised as one of the most common and distressing of the early-onset adverse effects of neuroleptic drugs.
At Copenhagen, we had the irony of not just 'Climategate II', but also the onset of one of the harshest winters in decades.
Randomized controlled trials in children or adults with partial onset seizures or generalized onset tonic-clonic seizures.
Hyaluronic acid increases markedly after the onset of labour.
Neuroleptic-induced akathisia is a common, distressing early-onset adverse effect of neuroleptic drugs.
There was no evidence that antioxidant vitamin supplementation prevented or delayed the onset of AMD.
In general, the onset of effect was similar with IA corticosteroids, but was less durable than with HA products.
Trials were included if treatment was started within one week of stroke onset.
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A new kind of refugee is set to emerge with the onset of extreme climate conditions.
Meningococcal disease can lead to death or disability within hours after onset.
The aim of this review was to assess the effectiveness of programmes designed to prevent its onset.
This must take the form of a healthy diet and measures to delay the onset of the disease.
Early onset bacterial infection is an important cause of morbidity and mortality in newborn infants.
Third Expert Workshop of WESTPAC on Monsoon Onset Monitoring and its Social & Ecosystem Impacts 25 - 27 November 2009.
These requirements will increase with the onset of winter, which is particularly harsh in this part of the world.
CSE had a faster onset of effective analgesia from time of injection but was associated with more pruritus.
Every year, at the onset of summer, the Commission draws up, on the basis of the 1976 directive, the survey of bathing waters.
Many patients however may die from associated coronary artery disease or other cardiovascular causes before the onset of ESKD.
Late onset neonatal sepsis (systemic infection after 48 hours of age) continues to be a significant cause of morbidity and mortality.
Intravenous magnesium started early after the onset of AMI is thought to be a promising adjuvant treatment.
The majority of studies were excluded as they did not separate data for early and late onset infection.
These problems are made worse by the onset of winter and, therefore, it is imperative to get the right type of aid to those who need it.
The use of epidural blood patch after the onset of the headache, however, showed benefit over conservative treatment.
Further studies are required to determine the long term benefits or harms of closing a PDA prior to the onset of symptoms.
Early-onset group B streptococcal disease (EOGBSD) is the most frequent cause of serious infection in the newborn period.
In its most severe form a sudden onset of acute watery diarrhoea can lead to death by severe dehydration and kidney failure.
Although many politicians worry about the onset of health tourism, especially from the East, their fears are unsubstantiated.
Kidney disease develops in 25% to 40% of diabetic patients, usually 20 to 25 years after the onset of diabetes.
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