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emergency

 [e-mer´jen-se]
an unlooked for or sudden occurrence, often dangerous, such as an accident or an urgent or pressing need.
emergency department an area of a hospital especially equipped and staffed for emergency care. Popularly called emergency room.
emergency medical technician (EMT) a provider of emergency care (health care at the basic life support level); this may include spinal immobilization, administration of oxygen, and control of bleeding. In some states there are modular training programs where an EMT can add skills to the basic level.

EMT

Abbreviation for Emergency Medical Technician.

EMT

abbr.
emergency medical technician

EMT

abbreviation for emergency medical technician.
An abbreviation for emergency medical technician

EMT

Emergency medicine An abbreviation for any of a number of grades of Emergency Medical Technician, based on the number of hrs of formal training, and type of specially training

EMT

Abbreviation for emergency medical technician.
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These results show that inhibiting CF decreased TGF-[sz]/Smad2/3 signaling pathway activity, ameliorating rat PMC EMT.
We analysed protein-protein interaction network between EMT markers; neuronal differentiation markers and known berberine-regulated proteins (Chen et al.
Similar results have been also reported in osteosarcoma [65], although the possible occurrence of EMT in mesenchymal cells is still a matter of debate.
The reverse use of the Threshold IMT device enables EMT to be performed at a greater workload (41 cm [H.
Mani said the team believes that targeting FOXC2 pathway using cither PDGFR-beta inhibitors or other yet-to-be-known small-molecule inhibitors will be an effective therapeutic strategy for inhibiting EMT and consequently reducing EMT/cancer stem cell-associated metastasis, relapse and therapy resistance.
We standardized two measures (number of different partnerships per EMT and rate of different partnerships per 10 shifts worked) to account for variations in size of agency and opportunities for EMT partnerships.
Like most other health care jobs, EMTs and paramedics will continue to be in demand.
He's even put his time in at the head of the class, teaching the EMT class at College of the Canyons.
Si se toma como indicador las ventas por trabajador la relacion, en promedio, es de 1 a 10 entre las EMT y las medianas y grandes.
The EPOD EMT Power Storage System has been developed specifically to store commercial volumes of electric power for later use or resale.
Sin embargo, la verdadera manipulacion cerebral por estimules externos parece ser que empezo apenas en la ul- ro, tima decada del siglo pasado, cuando se comenzaron a realizar experimentos con la EMT.
In the e-mail, Ward stated that he had no financial interest in EMT, that he was not involved in any of the follow-up actions Madronero arranged, and that he did not believe it was a conflict of interest since neither he nor his brother had a financial stake in EMT.