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Bart

(bart),
Bruce J., 20th-century U.S. dermatologist. See: Bart syndrome.

Bart,

nickname of St. Bartholomew's Hospital in London, England.
Bart hemoglobin - abnormal hemoglobin with affinity for oxygen; named for hospital where this hemoglobin was first isolated in a patient.
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Barts has beautiful beaches, but it is hardly the place to be alone in nature and to relax - it's more about glam, parties, expensive restaurants and designer clothes.
He's had to get a letter from the police in St Barts to allow him back into
Barts Breakdown" is a book about a totally wasted life, despite fame and fortune.
For seven nights at the Hotel Carl Gustaf on St Barts, Wimco International offers returns flights ex-Gatwick via Antigua from pounds 767.
Gill Parrott, music co-ordinator at St Barts Primary School, said: "The emphasis is just on having a good time and meeting children from other schools, schools they are not normally used to having anything to do with.
The London Gamma Knife Centre and Barts and The London NHS Trust have been providing a radiosurgery service since 1999 and have now decided to invest in the most recent technology from Elekta, a Swedish company and the world-leader in radiosurgery systems.
He serves as a trustee to Barts and the London Charity, which helps to fund the hospitals of the Barts NHS Trust including St.
Provision of 5 x Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratories for Barts Heart Centre, St Bartholomew~s Hospital, Smithfield, London EC1A 7BE.
COSTLY Machine like this one in use at Barts Hospital
Barts Health NHS Trust has "failed to protect the safety and welfare of patients" at Whipps Cross University Hospital in Leytonstone, east London, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) said.
Mel Lobo, director of the Barts Hypertension Clinic in London, added, "This is a very exciting trial which, if successful, has the potential to expand our array of non-drug therapies for resistant or uncontrolled hypertension.