... operation can require seven to 10 hours under general
anesthesia , blood transfusions and often, ... three surgical stages , with the patient under general
anesthesia. But if the patient is a smoker, has a ... on the extent of the surgery, their health and general
... ways to disease processes.  Elucidation of general
principles underlying pathologic processes, such ... biopsies submitted by non- surgeons such as general
internists , medical subspecialists , ... are medical doctors registered with the UK general
Medical Council . They will have completed an ...
... by a similar shift in European society in general
- see Copernicus 's rejection of Ptolemy 's ... questions about each major body system in order: general
(such as weight loss), endocrine, ... questions to ask which may be missed on HPI: a general
enquiry (have you noticed any weight loss, ...
... of 1 260 volunteer “médecins généralistes”, or general
practitioners , working throughout the metropolitan regions of France (2% of the total general
practitioners in these regions). Its goal is to ... data, originating from the participating general
practitioners, to be used in analysis , ...
... (Cruickshank et al., Circulation. 2002; 106: 2085–2090) and in the general
population (Mattace-Raso et al. Circulation. 2006;113:657-663, Hansen et ... However, at present, the role of measurement of PWV as a general
clinical tool remains to be established. ...
Hospital and Welfare Services Union
... first meeting of Poor Law staff to consider forming a union
The first general
Secretary was Archibald Milne an Assistant general
Relieving Officer at Willsden, but he was soon replaced by Vincent Evans
... being proficient in both may be impossible.
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Barrett, T.B., Hauger, R.L., Kennedy, J.L., Sadovnick, ... in schizophrenia using functional magnetic resonance imaging. Archives of general
Psychiatry, 57, 1033 -1038.
Singer, H.S. (1997). Neurobiology of ...
... the industry, the regulators, the payors, the patients and the general
The pharmaceutical industry, in ... personalized therapeutics will cater for particular sub-sets of the general
Another reason for the scepticism of the pharmaceutical ...
... factor that leads to generational morbidity. Both twins studies, and general
population studies show that there is an increased chance of developing a Bipolar Disorder when either a general
mood disorder or a specific Bipolar disorder is present in family members. ...
... Abtissue pathology is a general
term for a disease which, through disabling the immune system and changing the chemical balance of the nervous system , makes the brain react as ...
... necessary to distinguish it from other medicinal paradigms. Others have used the term allopathy in a deprecatory manner.
Medical dictionaries and general
usage dictionaries also give varying accounts of the meaning of allopathy . Some dictionaries define allopathic medicine as conventional medicine. ...
Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program
... vaccine to anyone.
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Accounting Office Report to Congressional Requesters. Sept. 2002. GAO-02-445.
^ Pentagon shifts Anthrax vaccine to civilian uses" James Dao ...
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Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
Knee cartilage replacement ...
... in the course of developing a drug, device or biologic.
Educational medical writing is writing documents about drugs, devices and biologics for general
audiences,and specific audiences such as professional healthcare audiences. These documents include monographs about a newly launched drug for sales ...
... increased concentration of the tracer. This often results in the appearance of a 'hot-spot' which is a focal increase in radio-accumulation, or a general
increase in radio-accumulation throughout the physiological system. Some disease processes result in the exclusion of a tracer, resulting in the ...
Mumijo is a word of Greek origin. The substance is mentioned in the works of Aristotle and Avicenna as a remedy with antiseptic and general
stimulant properties used in Caucasus mountains . Most scientists agree that people observed wounded animals frequenting caves with mumijo and so ...
... cancer, four out of ten stated that they would under all circumstances choose treatment irrespective of the risk for waning sexual function. In general
the phenomenon of conceptual trade-off is poorly understood. The trade-off between the decreased risk of survival and the increased probability of ...
Photodermatology, Photoimmunology, and Photomedicine
Wellman Center for Photomedicine at Massachusetts general
Hospital MGH and Harvard Medical School
Article: Role of Photomedicine in Gynecological Ontology
... a private prescription can be written on any piece of paper and a doctor may also write their own private prescriptions - this is against general
Medical Council regulations if done with an NHS prescription.
A patient usually has to pay a fee to a private practice doctor, and then another ...
... Pre-conditioning is a general
concept in which an entity is exposed to a form of some stress or stimulus in order to prepare that entity to be more resilient against the stimulus ...
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