CDAICrohn's Disease Activity Index
CDAIConference of Defence Associations Institute (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
CDAICervantes Digital Archive of Images (Department of Hispanic Studies; Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University; College Station, TX)
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The primary outcome criterion was the number of patients in each group in remission [defined as a CDAI score <150 points (23)] at week 16, with total steroid withdrawal.
Clinical remission is defined as a CDAI score of less than 150 at three consecutive time points of 9, 12 and 15 weeks after initiation of treatment.
6 mg/kg achieved clinical remission at week 8, as defined by a CDAI score of less than 150 points, compared with 20 percent of patients receiving placebo (P = 0.
When outpatient infections (2,223 of the total 2,282) alone were considered, researchers found that for all patients with CDAI scores less than 10 of a possible 76 (corresponding to the mildest class of disease), there was a 14% increase in outpatient infections for each 5-point increase in score, after the researchers controlled for covariates including body mass index, smoking, and disease duration (incidence rate ratio, 1.
b) Wormwood showed a significant reduction of TNF-alpha, clinical improvement in CDAI scores and improvement in mood in the active treatment group.
As primary outcome, changes of the CDAI values between the status of enrolment and end of therapy were chosen.
Osiris reports that in patients who failed using currently available drugs for Chrohn's disease, there was a statistically significant reduction in the mean CDAI score with 105 points by day 28.
The primary efficacy endpoint is a significant reduction in CDAI (Crohn's Disease Activity Index), a standardized index originally developed as a monitoring tool in the National Cooperative Crohn's Disease Study.
Routine laboratory data and numerical values for pain, stool characteristics, well-being, and other factors were used to calculate the CDAI and the UC activity index (5).