LOE

(redirected from Lack of Efficacy)
AcronymDefinition
LOELow Earth Orbit
LOELeague of Explorers (Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Expansion)
LOELey Orgánica de Educación (Spanish)
LOELegend of Edda (role-playing game)
LOELegends of Equestria (gaming)
LOELevel Of Effort
LOELack of Efficacy
LOELevel of Evidence (evidence-based medicine)
LOELights Out Edition
LOELaw on Enterprises (Vietnam)
LOELanguage Other than English.
LOELimited Objective Experiment
LOELetter of Explanation
LOELack of Effort
LOELive Operating Environment
LOELoss Of Energy
LOELoss of Exclusivity (pharmaceuticals going off-patent)
LOELetter Of Evaluation
LOELetter of Equivalency
LOELetter of Engagement
LOELine Operational Evaluation (aviation; Advanced Qualification Program)
LOELine of Effort (US DoD; US NASA)
LOELength of Employment
LOELine Oriented Evaluation
LOELesbians On Ecstacy (band)
LOELetter Of Employment
LOELight-Off Examination
LOELack of Entertainment
LOELimit of Error
LOELegacy of Excellence (award)
LOELost on Earth (gaming)
LOELearning and Organizational Effectiveness
LOELove, As Ever (complimentary closing to letters of endearment)
LOELanding on Earth
LOELimit Of Exploitation
LOELoss Of Effect
LOELife of Edition (publishing)
LOELine of Engagement
LOELevel of Edit
LOELegends of Eternity
LOELetter of Excellence
LOELoss of Excitation (generator protection)
LOELoss of Earning Evaluation
LOELease and Operating Expense
LOELegions of Evil (computer game)
LOELords of Eriador (gaming guild)
LOELocal Order Entry
LOELength of Engagement
LOELesão Ocupando do Espaço (Portuguese: Occupying Lesion Area; neurology)
LOELimited Object Expert (related to Business Objects in IT software development)
LOELetter of Execution
LOELiving Off Equity
LOELoyal Order of Elbows
LOELoyalty Over Everything (band)
LOELeft Otitis Externa
LOELiquid Organic Energy (vegetable oil and fat fuel)
LOELevel-Over-Ethernet
LOELimit of Operating Envelope (nuclear power operation)
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Currently available preventive treatments for migraine have generally been repurposed from other therapeutic areas and are often associated with poor tolerability and lack of efficacy.
A total of 9% of subjects did so because of adverse events, 8% were lost to follow-up, and 2% quit because of lack of efficacy.
While phase II data supported the investigation of the potential benefit of aleglitazar in reducing cardiovascular events in type II diabetes, a lack of efficacy and an increased rate of adverse events including fractures, renal impairment, and heart failure were seen in the AleCardio trial, resulting in an unfavorable benefit/risk profile," a company spokesperson said.
The AAOS did not recommend the use of hyaluronic acid, as with acupuncture and GCS, due to lack of efficacy, not to potential harm.
In his remarks, Zaki laid his stress on adverse drug reactions, or ADRs, and encouraged the medical community to mark any response to a drug which is noxious and unintended, including lack of efficacy.
This trial addresses one of the This impediments to the routine use of fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) since it was first performed in 1958: lack of efficacy data from randomized controlled trials The results support an earlier systematic review of uncontrolled case series in which the overall response rates of FMT were 80% through the stomach/small intestine and 92% through colonoscopy/enema.
Among all children, the probability of remaining on the first AED was 76% at 6 months and 58% at 40 months, and drug failures due to lack of tolerability occurred sooner than failures due to a lack of efficacy (a median of 1.
Forty-four switched due to lack of efficacy, 27 of which received oral dose of 17.
Drug repositioning is a term that has recently been coined by the pharmaceutical industry to describe the process of finding new uses for failed drugs, such as those abandoned for lack of efficacy after Phase II trials, or marketed drugs for which new uses will extend patent life and, therefore, profitability.
Three patients stopped treatment early for psychosocial reasons (n = 2) or lack of efficacy.
and colleagues note that studies have shown that circumcision of HIV-infected men does not reduce HPV transmission to their female partners, citing that many factors may account for this lack of efficacy.