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Acetylcysteine to Prevent Angiography-Related Renal Tissue Injury. A trial testing the hypothesis that prophylactic N-acetylcysteine prevents contrast-induced nephropathy in patients with chronic renal insufficiency (CRI) undergoing cardiac catheterization
Conclusion N-acetylcysteine decreased the risk of postcatheterization nephropathy in patients with CRI
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The workmen in Poles Apart are pitched against the kind of people who say they want to love 'the man in the street' - what happens, then, when they are difficult to love?
If you feel you are drifting apart in future, do something about it before he goes off and does something stupid again.
The researchers found that around a third of LATs live apart because they feel they are not yet ready to live together (although many of these hope to do so in the future).
To overcome these challenges, Six Apart switched its disparate accounting software systems to NetSuite OneWorld -- an implementation that took only six weeks.
But Jackson said he wasn't concerned that the Lakers were coming apart after 11 days on the road.
if done lying down, lie flat on your back, feet about shoulder width apart.
When magma, or molten rock, rises from deep underground, it pushes the rock plates apart.
Mid-sized companies and large enterprises paid dearly for complicated and proprietary systems that coupled data storage so tightly alongside computing functions you couldn't wedge the two apart with a crowbar.
In addition, the parties must be living apart when the payments are made.
With legs three feet apart, turn your right foot out 90 degrees and your left foot in 30 degrees.
We have been given an opportunity to decide whether we want to be reinstated within the Anglican Communion or to walk apart.