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Irregularly-timed attendance proportion was defined as the total number of individuals who participated in periodic health examination and screening (with intervals more than one year) divided by the total number of participants.
Canadian Task Force on the Periodic Health Examination: The Periodic Health Examination.
2,5) In addition to record-keeping and immunization monitoring, school physicians and health care teachers collect and analyze periodic health examination data as described.
The American Academy of Family Physicians, in its 1997 guidelines on periodic health examination, recommends that all women who have ever had sex and who have a cervix should be offered a Pap smear at least every 3 years.
Periodic health examination guidelines; data, such as clinical practice profiles and highrisk patient identification and profiles; traditional quality measures; surveys; and outcomes and health status measures are also effective tools.
7) The American Academy of Family Physicians, (8) Bright Futures, (9) Canadian Task Force on the Periodic Health Examination, (10) and the United States Preventive Services Task Force (11) do not recommend screening for asymptomatic bacteriuria in children.
This does not mean that women should ignore lumps that are detected incidentally, but that BSE teaching should be excluded from periodic health examination of women in this age group.
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