Decreased antibiotic usage could also have prevented drug resistant bacteria. … Health authorities have been strongly encouraging physicians to decrease the prescribing of antibiotics to treat common upper respiratory tract infections because antibiotic … 
Evidence is supportive of a decreased rate of influenza in children over the age of two. … A 30% sickness rate and a three-week length of illness would decrease the gross domestic product by 5%. … In healthy adults it is modestly effective in decreasing the amount of influenza-like symptoms in a population.
), or leukocyte esterase. … Urine dipstick test: This test shows the positive nitrate and/or leukocyte esterase indicating the probability of UTI. … Evidence does not support a significant decrease in risk when silver-alloy catheters are used.
Some physicians do administer a short course of IV steroids to decrease the inflammation. … Nevertheless, in an effort to decrease the risk of splenic rupture experts advise avoidance of contact sports and other heavy physical activity, especially when involving … 
Other laboratory findings include decreased numbers of red blood cells and platelets on complete blood count. … Even mild cases are recommended to be treated to decrease the chance of inadvertently transmitting the infection by donating blood. … This leads to decreased RBC conformability and increased RBC adherence causing pulmonary edema and acute respiratory distress syndrome in severe cases.
Concerns about increased risk of malignancy has led to a decreased use, yet it is still used in maintenance treatment for patients who frequently relapse. … Azathioprine decreases the effects of the anticoagulant warfarin and of non-depolarizing muscle relaxants, but increases the effect of depolarizing muscle relaxants. … Certain genetic variations within the TPMT gene can lead to decreased or absent TPMT enzyme activity, and individuals who are homozygous or heterozygous for these types of … 
Patients who are affected by promyelocytic leukemia exhibit decreased numbers of all three types of blood cells: erythrocytes, leukocytes and platelets. … The specific mutation that leads to these two genes being conjoined is the t(15;17)(q22;q21) translocation, but various other translocations may lead to the same leukocytic … Many proteins involved in genomic stability maintenance rely on the PML-NBs for targeting, and PML loss thus leads to a decrease in repair efficiency within the cell.
HBV DNA starts decreasing in the patients who are clearing the infection. … Later in the disease, patient may present with mental confusion, decreased or no sleep, disturbed sleep, hepatic encephalopathy and even coma.
The mechanism involved in the development of the abnormal hairy leukocytes is as yet unknown. … Decreased white cell production increases the risk of infection. … The level increases as hairy cells proliferate, and decreases when they are killed.