Not the less does nature continue to fill the heart of youth with suggestions of this enthusiasm, and there are now men,--if indeed I can speak in the plural number,--more exactly, I will say, I have just been conversing with one man, to whom no weight of adverse experience
will make it for a moment appear impossible that thousands of human beings might exercise towards each other the grandest and simplest sentiments, as well as a knot of friends, or a pair of lovers.
5 per cent) as well as to inform others (one customer informs nine others) about an adverse experience
Patients who have a negative attitude about undergoing a medical procedure are more likely to have an adverse experience
than patients who feel neutral or positive, according to a recent study of 230 older adults undergoing blood vessel catheterization.
Cindy Forbes, the company's chief actuary officer, said the company has seen some adverse experience
in the LTCI block in the current quarter.
The hole will lead people towards an adverse experience
Khuntia will work in partnership with the company's Quality & Regulatory teams, providing clinical and scientific guidance in clinical risk, safety reviews, adverse experience
reporting, product life cycle reviews and clinical protocol design.
were required to notify FDA and all participating investigators, in a written IND safety report, of any adverse experience
associated with the use of the drug that was both serious and unexpected, and any finding from tests in laboratory animals that suggested a significant risk for human subjects.
Granting open enrollment when there is no material change in the benefit design may lead to anti-selection, Similarly, granting an open enrollment request on an in-force case with liberal guarantee issue terms can easily result in adverse experience
DEAR EDIE: In the sentence "An adverse event may also be called an adverse effect, adverse experience
, adverse reaction, or unanticipated problem," should "and" be used in place of "or"?
A growing literature suggests that early adverse experience
increases the risk for a range of negative health outcomes, including fatiguing illnesses.
A total of 69% of patients in each group reported at least one adverse experience
, and 1.
Reasons most commonly cited were lack of insurance, adverse experience
at prior Pap smear screening, and a belief they did not need it because they were not sexually active with men.