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Day 3 Labeling Tasks

Labels

1. Ability ↓ Can, could, can’t, couldn’t

  1. Ability (+/-)
  2. Positive Ability
  3. Negative Ability
  4. Inability

2. Advice ↓ Ought to, need to

  1. Simple advice
  2. Mandatory Advice

3. Cause and Effect ↓ Because, Since, So, As

  1. Cause
  2. Effect
  3. Cause and Effect

4. Changes ↓ Did, didn’t, do, don’t, does, doesn’t

  1. Positive change
  2. Negative change
  3. +- Change
  4. No change
  5. Positive adaptation
  6. Negative adaptation

5. Exceptions ↓ However, but

  1. Variation (An unexpected change from the previous condition)
  2. Negation (Lack of the previous conditions)
  3. Contrasts (Opposite to the previous condition)

6. Consequences

  1. Positive consequence
  2. Negative consequence
  3. + – Consequences

7. Facts: Facts are as following ↓ Is, was, are, were, will be, shall be

  1. Positive facts
  2. Negative facts
  3. Past facts
  4. Present facts
  5. Possible facts
  6. Uncertain facts
  7. Known facts
  8. Not known facts
  9. Description (Describing with example)
  10. Structure
    1. Types
  11. Order
    1. Ascending
    2. Descending
    3. Odd
    4. Even
  12. Amount
    1. How many (Countable)
    2. How much (Uncountable)
  13. Manner
  14. Place
  15. Time (past, present, future)

8. Opinions ↓ 

  1. Suggestions
  2. Recommendation
  3. Conclusion
  4. Positive Conclusion
  5. Negative Conclusion (Criticism)
  6. Uncertain Conclusion

9. Impacts

  1. Positive impact
  2. Negative impact
  3. Advantage
  4. Disadvantage

10. Management (Solutions)

  1. Curative Management (to cure a patient of an illness)
  2. Palliative Management (to relieve symptoms from an illness)
  3. Preventative Management (to avoid the onset of an illness)

11. Medical conditions

  1. Existing medical condition
  2. Past medical condition
  3. Suspected medical condition
  4. Positive medical condition (+MC)
  5. Negative medical condition (-MC)
  6. Psychological Disorders
  7. Psychological Orders

12. Purposes: Purposes are of different kinds

  1. Positive purpose
  2. Negative purpose
  3. Requirements

13. Risk

  1. No risk
  2. Low risk
  3. High risk

14. Symptoms

  1. Positive
  2. Negative
  3. Remitting Symptoms
  4. Chronic Symptoms
  5. Relapsing Symptoms
  6. Mild Symptoms

15. Treatment

  1. Existing treatment
  2. Completed treatment
  3. Planned treatment
  4. No treatment

16. Test / Study

  1. Test Areas
  2. Physical
  3. Mental
  4. Test method (Inspection, Palpation, Percussion, Auscultation, Neurological examination)
  5. Test result (+/-)
  6. Positive Test Result
  7. Negative Test Result
  8. Uncertain Test Result

Do not forget completing the following labeling tasks:

Labeling 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12
XYZ 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22.
Reading Tests 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30

Now, check your skill progress below: “Let’s Play!”

  • Question of

    Patients with peripheral artery disease who have undergone lower-extremity revascularization are at high risk for major adverse limb and cardiovascular events.

    • High risk
    • Low risk
    • No risk
  • Question of

    The efficacy and safety of rivaroxaban in this context are uncertain.

    • Known facts
  • Question of

    The primary efficacy outcome was a composite of acute limb ischemia, major amputation for vascular causes, myocardial infarction, ischemic stroke, or death from cardiovascular causes.

    • Test result positive
    • Test result negative
    • Test result uncertain
    • Test result
  • Question of

    A total of 6564 patients underwent randomization; 3286 were assigned to the rivaroxaban group, and 3278 were assigned to the placebo group.

    • Test method
    • Test result
    • Test positive
    • Test negative
  • Question of

    The primary efficacy outcome occurred in 508 patients in the rivaroxaban group and in 584 in the placebo group.

    • Test method
    • Test result
  • Question of

    In patients with peripheral artery disease who had undergone lower-extremity revascularization, rivaroxaban at a dose of 2.5 mg twice daily plus aspirin was associated with a significantly lower incidence of the composite outcome of acute limb ischemia, major amputation for vascular causes, myocardial infarction, ischemic stroke, or death from cardiovascular causes than aspirin alone.

    • Test method
    • Test result
    • Test positive
    • Test negative

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