Increased Risk

Some articles on increased risk, risk, risks:

Proarrhythmia - Increased Risk
... Presence of structural heart disease, especially LV systolic dysfunction ... Class IC agents ...
Binge Drinking - Health Effects - Adolescence and Young Adulthood
... levels of binge drinking among young people and the adverse consequences which includes increased risk of alcoholism as an adult and liver disease make binge drinking a major ... Heavy and regular binge drinking during adolescence is associated with an increased risk of alcoholism ... early age, are thought to cause a profound increase in the risk of developing an alcohol-related disorder (ICD-10, harmful use/dependence syndrome) ...
Tumefactive Multiple Sclerosis - Prevalence
... there are some factors that have been associated with an increased risk of MS ... female MS patients than male patients, indicating a possibility of an increased risk due to hormones ... it is still unclear how they result in an increased risk of MS onset ...
Contraceptive Patch - Side Effects - Thromboembolic Risks
... All combined hormonal birth control products have a very small increased risk of serious or fatal thromboembolic events ... There is ongoing research into the thromboembolic risks of Ortho Evra as compared to combined oral contraceptive pills ... study found that users of the contraceptive patch may have a twofold increased risk for non-fatal venous thromboembolic events compared with women ...
Apnea Of Prematurity - Outcome
... Infants who have had AOP are at increased risk of recurrence of apnea in response to exposure to anesthetic agents, at least until around 52 weeks post-conceptual age ... that a history of AOP places an infant at increased risk for SIDS ... However, any premature infant (regardless of whether they have had AOP) is at increased risk of SIDS ...

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