English translation: All data (collected) after a chosen index date are excluded from the analysis.
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01:28 Oct 9, 2001
German to English translations [Non-PRO] Medical
German term or phrase:sentence
Alle informationen nach einem ausgewählten Indexdatum werden in den Analysen verworfen.
The text deals with a test study conducted in case of end-stage renal disease (ESRD).
Now this term has me further confused.
Sven has translated it as 'index date' and Urschi has translated it as 'data-index'.
could 'datum' be the singular for 'daten' in German as well?
Because the text has reference to 'indexdaten' as well as 'indexdatum'. I am stumped!
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All data (collected) after a chosen index date are excluded from the analysis.
Explanation: All data (collected) after a chosen index date are excluded from the analysis.
My geriatric brain.
Sven Petersson Sweden Local time: 08:12 Native speaker of: Swedish, English PRO pts in pair: 1628
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In the analysis data (gathered) after a chosen registration date are discarded.
Explanation: all information is/will be distributed, according to a selective data-index, in the Analysis. (you might want to rephrase this).
I would capitalize Analysis. It's the name of the document/information that has to be passed on to other hospital departments.
Our ESRD patient (Nierenkranke(r) im Endstadium) has two options: Dialysis and/or transplantation.
He/she is not terminal terminal. The records have to be kept. (Even if he was terminal or dead).
The German word 'verwerfen' does not mean 'verlieren' in this case !!!!
It means that the info has to be thrown into different directions (controlled by this index).
This patient is likely to have many other problems, and different departments have to be informed about his collapsed kidneys.
That's how I see it. I work part-time in a large hospital on a voluntary basis.