efficacy

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} tesir
yararlılık
faydalılık
etki
fayda
efikasite
yarar
etkinlik
etkililik
istenen sonucu verebilme yeteneği
therapeutic efficacy
(Tıp) terapötik etkinlik
efficacies
etkinliği
self efficacy
Öz yeterlilik, öz yeterlik
self-efficacy
Kişinin karşılaşacğı bir olay veya olgu karşısında kendi yeterliği, kendine inancı, özgüveni
self-efficacy
özyeterlilik
luminous efficacy of a source
(Aydınlatma) ışıksal verim
luminous efficacy of radiation
(Aydınlatma) ışıksal verim
Englisch - Englisch
Ability to produce a desired amount of a desired effect
the power to produce an intended effect as shown in the production of it
{n} ability or power to effect, strength
The BMW I have selected for a test drive blows all four tires, stalls out and crashes on the dealer’s special runway I spend two days in the hospital This is a breakdown in efficacy See effectiveness
Effectiveness
Power to produce effects; operation or energy of an agent or force; production of the effect intended; as, the efficacy of medicine in counteracting disease; the efficacy of prayer
capacity or power to produce a desired effect; "concern about the safety and efficacy of the vaccine"
Capacity to produce the desired effect
The ability to produce the necessary or desired result
a measure of the benefit resulting from an intervention for a given health problem under the ideal conditions of an investigation; it answers the question, "Does the practice do more good than harm to people who fully comply with the recommendations?"
capacity or power to produce a desired effect; "concern about the safety and efficacy of the vaccine
A measure of the luminous efficiency of a radiant flux, expressed in lumens per watt as the quotient of the total luminous flux by the total radiant flux For daylighting, this is the quotient of visible flux incident on a surface to radiant flux on that surface For electric sources, this is the quotient of the total luminous flux emitted by the total lamp power input
{i} effectiveness, ability to produce the desired result
Efficacy is an industry term for the amount of light produced per watt of electricity (comparable to efficiency) It is the rate at which a light bulb is able to convert electrical power (watts) into light (lumens), expressed in terms of lumens per watt (LPW) For example, a 100 watt lamp producing 1750 lumens gives 17 5 lumens per watt
In vaccine research, the ability of a vaccine to produce a desired clinical effect, such as protection against a specific infection or disease in a given population A vaccine may be tested for efficacy in Phase 3 trials if it shows some promise in smaller Phase 1 and 2 trials
The power to produce desired effect
The benefit of an intervention under ideal conditions
The ability to cause the expected or intended effect under ideal conditions (evidence from in vitro studies, or a clinical trial in an unusual or ideal setting such as an elite teaching hospital) {1} Use your browser's "BACK" button to return to the page you were viewing previously
Efficacy is the rate at which a lamp is able to convert electrical power (Watts) into light (Lumens), expressed in terms of lumens per watt (LPW) Put simply, a watt or electricity is the amount of power in and a lumen or light is the amount of power out
In vaccine research, the ability of a vaccine to produce a desired clinical effect, such as protection against a specific infection or disease, at the optimal dosage and schedule in a given population A vaccine may be tested for efficacy in Phase 3 trials if it appears to be safe and shows some promise in smaller Phase 1 and 2 trials
The power to produce a desired effect or result; effectiveness
If you talk about the efficacy of something, you are talking about its effectiveness and its ability to do what it is supposed to. Recent medical studies confirm the efficacy of a healthier lifestyle. the ability of something to produce the right result = effectiveness
Change under tightly controlled conditions
Power or capacity to produce a desired effect; effectiveness
Ability to produce a desired amount of a desired effect; efficiency; effectiveness
The lumens produced by a lamp/ballast combination (the product of rated lamp lumen output and the relative light output of the lamp/ballast combination) divided by the watts of input power, expressed in lumens per watt
the power to produce an effect; in cancer research whether the treatment is effective
A synomym for effectiveness
effectiveness; the ability to achieve a desired effect
in vaccine research, the ability of a vaccine to produce a desired clinical effect, such as protection against a specific infection, at the optimal dosage and schedule in a given population A vaccine may be tested for efficacy in Phase 3 trials if it appears to be safe and shows some promise in smaller Phase 1 and 2 trials
The amount of light output (lumen) per watt of input electricity to a lamp
a product's ability to produce beneficial effects on the course or duration of a disease
Under ideal conditions, how well a treatment, therapy or procedure produces a desired health outcome (cure, alleviation of pain, return of functional abilities)
efficacity
self-efficacy
With reference to reading, the belief in one's own competency to perform specific reading tasks
self-efficacy
an individual’s estimate of his ability to cope with a situation, and outcome expectancy; an individual’s estimate of the likelihood of certain consequences occurring This combination of assessments of potential threat and coping resources determines how anxious an individual may become in a given situation
self-efficacy
sense of capability to master challenges and achieve goals sense of capability to master challenges and achieve goals
self-efficacy
independent effectiveness
efficacy
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