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7 Days To Die Progression.xml



That's an interesting alternative. I assume that's in the progression.xml too? If I set it to "2", am I going to log in and have my level worth of skill points to spend? Can I set it to fractions to get basically an extra point every 3, 5, or 10 levels, per se?




7 Days To Die Progression.xml


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The primary endpoint was LTFU defined as a failure of a patient to report for drug refill for at least 90 days from last appointment date or if the patient missed the next scheduled visit date and never showed up again. Mortality was considered a secondary outcome if a patient was reported to have died.


The primary endpoint was LTFU defined as a failure of a patient to report for drug replenishment within 90 days from last appointment date or if the patient missed the next scheduled visit date and never showed up again. Patients, who returned after having been LTFU, were classified as alive and active on treatment. We also consider the mortality outcome as a competing event of LTFU if a patient was reported to have died.


We observed an overwhelming association of tuberculosis infection and becoming LTFU that concurs with an earlier study that reported that the risk of becoming LTFU was two times more likely in HIV patients with tuberculosis infection compared with those who did not have tuberculosis.29 This finding can be explained by overlapping toxicity of HIV and tuberculosis drugs, leading to adverse reactions that have a direct consequence of becoming LTFU.29 Therefore, a push towards integrated care of HIV and tuberculosis service delivery would elevate HIV uptake and tuberculosis screening and reduce travel inconveniences on patients.34 45 Also, tuberculosis treatment before ART initiation reduces the risk to LTFU42; hence, it is profound to increase efforts in tuberculosis screening and treatment of patients with HIV. However, issues around tuberculosis drug resistance cannot be ignored. Nowadays, HIV studies also consider information on non-communicable diseases like cancer, diabetes and hypertension; however, this information was missing from this current study database.


The prospective non-blinded randomised controlled study was conducted in an acute stroke unit of a local hospital in Hong Kong from March to August 2019. Chinese participants were selected if they were at least 18 years of age, experienced a minor stroke within 3 days. The exclusion criteria were communication problem and comorbidity with another acute disease. On the first day of admission, participants were allocated to the CICS and booklet groups, with each group comprising 50 participants. On the third day, the primary outcome, Modified Information Satisfaction Questionnaire for Acute Stroke (MISQ-S), was assessed.


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