It has been demonstrated that iN0 is not clinically significant in the prevention or treatment of IR injury.
What does NCS stand for?
NCS stands for Not Clinically Significant
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- North Carolina State University
- North Carolina Symphony
- North Ceylon Sarvodaya
- North Coast Software
- North Cross School (Virginia)
- Northern Colorado Swimming
- Northside Chamber Society
- Northside Christian School (St. Petersburg, FL)
- Norwegian Cancer Society
- Norwegian Continental Shelf (oil and gas resources)
- Not Connected Seconds
- Note Circulation Scheme (UK bank note distribution system)
- Notification of Compliance Status
- Nuclear Criticality Safety
- Numerical Control Society
- Numismatic Conservation Services LLC (Sarasota, FL)
- Nutation Control System
- Naval Supply Center Detachment
- Non-Consecutive Search, Cell-by-Cell detection
- Network Control Station - Downsized
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In this study, infants exposed to their mothers' breast cancer chemotherapy while in utero had slightly lower birth weights and slightly more complications than those not exposed to chemotherapy, but these differences were not clinically significant.
that patients actually fluctuate around a level which is not clinically significant, and we are finding that these sorts of symptom episodes are really part of that fluctuation.
Although the deficits detected in the analyzed sample were not clinically significant, they appear (according to subsequent research by the authors) to foreshadow additional deficits.
For example, if an individual laboratory's mean for QC values for glucose is 266, and the peer-group mean is 260, this may not prompt concern, as this difference typically is not clinically significant.
This mean percentage change is not clinically significant as it is within normal analytical and physiological variation.
0042); although the difference in early pain scores is statistically significant, it is probably not clinically significant.
001), is not clinically significant according to the criterion of Harris (3) and the therapeutic interval in our laboratory.