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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «PRETERMINAL» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PRETERMINAL»
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As shock progresses, bradycardia may develop as a preterminal sign. It is
important to assess pulse volume both peripherally and centrally. Weak central
pulses indicate severe shock. Capillary refill can be a sensitive indicator of
Don M. Roberton, M. J. South, 2007
SECTION 8-8: Terminal Protein Priming The preterminal protein forms a 1 : 1
complex with the adenovirus polymer- 305 ase. Association of this complex with
the template requires that the cellular transcription factors NFI and NFIII (Section
Arthur Kornberg, Tania A. Baker, 2005
Categorical Structure of Closure Operators: With ...
(a) Every preterminal object of a finitely .M-complete category X belongs to A(T),
with T the trivial closure operator (cf. Exercise 2.A). Conversely, if X has
equalizers which belong to A4, then every object in A(T) is preterminal. (b) For an
D. Dikranjan, Walter Tholen, 1995
The Oxford Handbook of Applied Bayesian Analysis
27.2.2 Partitioning the preterminal and constituent symbols It is common to
partition non-terminal grammar symbols into those that emit only terminals (
preterminal symbols) and those that produce only two child grammar symbols (
Anthony O' Hagan, Mike West, 2010
Atlas of Clinical Neurology
A B C D E Figure 14-25. A, Necrotizing myopathy. permission.) Normal muscle
innervation Muscle fififiber EP Myelinated preterminal axon Innervation following
botulinum toxin NCS C Myelinated preterminal parent axons Segmented EP C C
Roger N. Rosenberg, 2012
Introduction to Human Memory (PLE: Memory)
Considerations such as these have encouraged attempts to clarify the relation
between terminal and preterminal suffix effects. In one such study Balota and
Engle (1981) varied the rate at which digit lists were presented (6, 3, or 1.5 digits
Vernon Gregg, 2014
Methods in Biliary Research
The sources of blood for the terminal vascular stalk are, in turn, a preterminal
portal venule and a preterminal hepatic arteriole within the portal triad. Blood
flows from the preterminal vessels of the portal triad through the terminal vascular
Maurizio Muraca, 1994
Radiologic Agents: Advances in Research and Application: ...
Maastricht University: Randomized clinical trial on the effects of adenosine 5'-
triphosphate infusions on quality of life, functional status, and fatigue in
preterminal cancer patients A report, 'Randomized clinical trial on the effects of
Integrative Approaches to Molecular Biology
These are called terminal symbols or preterminal symbols. In our model, the set
of preterminal symbols or molecular categories are four: Op for operator (a
negative site), I for inductor (or a site for a positive activator), D for dual (a site
with both ...
Julio Collado-Vides, Boris Magasanik, Temple Smith, 1996
Correlative Neurosciences: Fundamental Mechanisms: ...
The preterminal degenerating fibers following lesions ofSI exhibit a tendency to
decrease markedly in number in the most caudal part of VPL1, VPLm and VPM (
Fig.7B). On the contrary to S I, S II projects chiefly to the most caudal part of VPL1
T. Tokizane, 1966
6 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PRETERMINAL»
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Palliative Strategies for the Management of Primary and Metastatic …
... Pellegrini A, Piazzi M; Methylprednisolone Preterminal Cancer Study Group. ... of life in preterminal cancer patients: a placebo-controlled, multicenter study. «Medscape, Aug 14»
Dr. Kate Scannell: Doctors divided over common ethical dilemmas
Would you hide information from a patient about a terminal or preterminal diagnosis to bolster their spirit? Yes: 10 percent. No: 72 percent. «San Jose Mercury News, Nov 12»
Prop 37: Why California's Ballot Initiative on GM Food Is About …
... of blood in 10 hours causing profound preterminal anemia, hypovolemia (plasma depletion) and hypotensive shock), and was privatized as a ... «TIME, Nov 12»
Mental Activity Best Hope Against Late Cognitive Decline
The rate of decline in episodic memory, for example, increased 15-fold between the preterminal and terminal phases. The study also found that ... «Medscape, Apr 12»
Climber Died in a 'State of Bliss'
"After this has set in, irrational thinking and behavior begins -- a preterminal condition." But like most of the conditions associated with ... «KTRE, Apr 11»
'Doctor, Are You Telling Me the Truth?' Exclusive Ethics Survey …
Would you ever hide information from a patient about a terminal or preterminal diagnosis, because you believe that it will bolster their spirit or ... «Medscape, Dec 10»
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