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What factors might you consider when assessing patients for conversion to other medicines?
Please tell me the different way in which I can re-write the above question.
a. instead of what can i use which factors...?
b. rather than might can i use would?
I want to maintain the same meaning of the sentence, I have tried a few versions, kindly tell me if they are correct
What aspects would you consider for evaluating patients for conversion to Adagraf(grug name)?
What factors according to you will determine a patients conversion to Adagraf(grug name)?
Based on which factors might you determine for patients conversion to Adagraf(grug name)?
What is your interest in this matter? If you are a sales representative for Adagraf talking to doctors, the best way might be "What considerations would convince you to change your patients to our excellent drug, Adagraf?"
If you are an examiner, examining medical students, you might ask, "What factors in a patient's condition might make you consider that there is nothing left but to consider this highly dangerous new drug, Adagraf?"
There's no perfect version without a context.
Everyone: Please make your sentences meaningful by quoting quotes and quoted words!