English to Czech Meaning of prognostic - prognostický

Prognostic :

proroctví, předpověď, prognóza, prognostický, věštění, předtucha, Varování

prognostický, osudný, předtucha

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Definitions of prognostic in English
Noun(1) a sign of something about to happen
Adjective(1) of or relating to prediction; having value for making predictions
Examples of prognostic in English
(1) Although many general practices have facilities for electrocardiography, the prognostic importance of common abnormalities is underappreciated.(2) Ectopic beats during the test, however, had no prognostic importance.(3) The effective management of ventilatory control abnormalities has important prognostic implications in the setting of both acute and chronic disease.(4) The selection of systemic adjuvant therapy is based on prognostic and predictive factors.(5) In earlier studies of the prognostic importance of ECG changes, sample sizes were small and the results were equivocal.(6) Measurement of these variables can be obtained in most practices quickly and can provide the practicing clinician with powerful prognostic information.(7) Patients suffering from such poor prognostic criteria often times will benefit from lung transplantation.(8) Future developments are likely to modify the clinical manifestations, treatments, and prognostic factors of critical illness in patients with HIV infection.(9) For instance, anatomic pathology prognostic data may be integrated with clinical laboratory serologic tumor markers that are graphically trended.(10) Important negative prognostic factors in both conditions include patients older than 65 years, hypotension, and coma.(11) Both patients and physicians are most interested in disease indicators that will best predict therapeutic responses and prognostic outcomes.(12) At the initial assessment it is important to define factors that have prognostic importance.(13) We found missed myocardial damage of prognostic importance in 6% of patients sent home from the emergency department.(14) The number of lymph nodes with metastases also has prognostic importance.(15) However, only one prognostic study of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality comparing home and office blood pressure measurements measurements has been conducted.(16) Several of these molecular abnormalities have independent prognostic importance in the context of particular treatment regimens.
(1) prognosis ::
2. prognostication ::
3. omen ::
4. prodigy ::
5. portent ::
6. presage ::
Different Forms
prognostic, prognostics
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