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Outcomes (including a few Health Services Research - Related Terms)

  • activities of daily living [mh]
  • benefit [tw]
  • benefits [tw]
  • budgets [mh]
  • chronic disease [mh]
  • clinical trials data monitoring committees [mh]
  • cognitive function [tw]
  • economics [sh]
  • death [mh]
  • diffusion of innovation [mh]
  • discharge [tw]
  • economics, pharmaceutical [mh]
  • evidence based practice [mh]
  • functional status [tw]
  • guideline adherence [mh]
  • harm [tw]
  • harms [tw]
  • health services research [mh]
  • health status [mh]
  • hospitalization [mh]
  • interventions [tw]
  • life expectancy [mh]
  • longevity [mh]
  • models, statistical [mh]
  • models, theoretical [mh:noexp]
  • morbidity [mh]
  • mortality [mh]
  • noninferior [tw]
  • noninferiority [tw]
  • outcome and process assessment [mh]
  • outcome [tw]
  • outcomes [tw]
  • patient compliance [mh]
  • postoperative care [mh]
  • postoperative complications [mh]
  • product surveillance, postmarketing [mh]
  • propensity score [tw]
  • quality-adjusted life years [mh]
  • quality of life [mh]
  • recovery of function [mh]
  • recurrence [mh]
  • relapse [tw]
  • remission [tw]
  • reoperation [mh]
  • risk [tw]
  • risk management [mh]
  • survival analysis [mh]
  • survival rate [mh]
  • technology assessment, biomedical [mh]

Explanation of qualifiers used above:

[mh] is a qualifying two-letter expression signifying that the term is a Medical Subheading Heading (MeSH) used by NLM indexers.

[sh] is a qualifying two-letter expression signifying that the term is a MeSH subheading used by NLM indexers.

[mh:noexp] is a qualifying expression signifying that the term is a MeSH term with the automatic inclusion of more specific terms turned off. See PubMed Help for further explanation.

[tw] is a qualifying expression signifying that the text word or phrase is from titles, abstracts, or MeSH terms found in PubMed citations.