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Noninvasive Medical Technologies Helps Make Young Tennessee Woman's Wishes Come True

... of spending time far from home held little interest to the young woman who suffers from a devastating disorder that affects her ability to regulate thirst or sense when its time to use the ladies' room. At the age of 18, Kristin, now 23, underwent surgery on a benign brain tumor, resulting in ...

Baxter Provides Update on Heparin Reactions

... skin, mouth or lips, flushing, increased sweating, decreased skin sensitivity, headache, feeling unwell, restlessness, watery eyes, throat swelling, thirst and difficulty opening the mouth. Some of these reactions, particularly profound and refractory hypotension, may be severe or life- threatening. In ...

Baxter Issues Urgent Nationwide Voluntary Recall of Heparin 1,000 Units/mL 10 and 30mL Multi-Dose Vials

... mouth or lips, flushing, increased sweating, decreased skin sensitivity, headache, feeling unwell, restlessness, watery eyes, throat swelling, thirst and difficulty opening the mouth. Some of these reactions may be severe or life threatening. Heparin is a prescription, injectable blood ...

A Vote Against Free Trade is a Vote Against Wisconsins Long-Term Interests

... lead an 80-member state trade delegation to China in late March. Its our fastest-growing market by far, and the potential is unlimited. Chinas thirst for imported goods and materials matches with some of the states historic and emerging strengths. Electrical machinery and equipment, medical ...

Trade deficit hits home in Wisconsin

... Wisconsin trade partners is another startling phenomenon. China ranked fourth on the states 2004 list with $583 million in exports. In fact, Chinas thirst for imported goods and materials matches some of the states historic and emerging strengths. Still, the rising trade deficit shows Americans are ...

Reader predictions would make 2007 quite a year

... and eventually shut down. Newer firms will just quietly disappear. Sales of Microsoft Vista will be slow. Vista's memory requirements and thirst for video and processor cycles are out of synch with current corporate and consumer PC hardware. Are you ready for 4-6 GB of memory? From ...

2006: A mixed blessing for Midwest life science companies

... after a 29-year hiatus, begun to play in the U.S. music scene using the name Yusuf. The critique Having said all of the above, I had a real thirst to hear something new from Cat/Yusuf. The album clearly has a religious and Islamic slant to it. The first song, which starts simply with a conga ...

A Midwest passage to India, Part II

... on increased Indian productivity. This an area requiring vast reform. Nanotechnology. Biotechnology. Education. There is a huge Indian thirst for MBAs, engineering, Ph.Ds, and U.S. universities are major recipients of Indian students. Real estate, which is currently booming with annual ...
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