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v. ac·cepted, ac·cepting, ac·cepts
Medicine To receive (a transplanted organ or tissue) without immunological rejection.

ac·cept′er n.


(1) Accupril Canadian Clinical Evaluation & Patient Teaching. A postmarketing surveillance of quinapril therapy in 3,742 hypertensive Canadians.
Conclusion The reduction in diastolic BP and systolic BP in patients receiving quinapril was larger than in those stopping the regimen.
(2) American College of Cardiology Electrocardiogram Proficiency Test
(3) American College of Cardiology Evaluation of Preventive Therapeutics study. A clinical program designed to establish the extent to which American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association guidelines for comprehensive risk reduction in patients with coronary heart disease are implemented in the US.
Conclusion Most patients still smoked, were hypertensive or had increased LDL cholesterol 6 months after discharge. Aspirin use improved. Many patients had not been given beta-blockers or lipid-lowering agents, and many women had not been given oestrogen.
References in classic literature ?
Meanwhile, I pray you to accept these ten pieces of gold.
Turning now to the Workmen he asserted that their interests must not be neglected, and that, if they intended to accept the Colour Bill, they ought at least to do so with full view of the consequences.
I thank you again and again for the honour you have done me in your proposals, but to accept them is absolutely impossible.
But, see you, if he does not accept, I should like to guarantee my thirteen reserved millions to him -- yes, I will do so -- yes.
To-day we must accept it as one of the earliest castles of the Conquest, probably not later than the time of Henry I.
If you are to accept a favour it is more suitable you should be under an obligation to his father than to him.
I stand alone, bound to accept society and not unwilling, since in return for the taxes I pay it protects me, a weakling, against the tyranny of another stronger than I am; but I submit to its laws because I must; I do not acknowledge their justice: I do not know justice, I only know power.
I mean," she said, "that now I am old enough to work, I cannot accept everything from one upon whom I have no claim.
In painting there are only two dimensions to the canvas, yet you accept the illusion of three dimensions which the art of a painter enables him to throw into the canvas.
She at once refused, not only to accept his proposal, but even to take it into consideration.
This is his position, in two words: A little while since, he obtained an excellent offer of employment abroad, from a rich relative of his, and he had made all his arrangements to accept it.
Accept their bounty while ye may, Before we be accepted by the worms,"