The recommended clearance times
are only based on a small number of horses because it is
000 reinfection * For 7 patients who died, parasite clearance time
could not be calculated because of incomplete parasite clearance prior to death.
One area of TIM that is essential to continuing to improve the practice is the collection, reporting, and assessment of performance data related to secondary crashes and clearance times
Mean parasite clearance time
(MPCT) analyzed by Kaplan-Meier analysis was 2.
When the list at registration had clearance time
exceeding 1 month (category 4), waiting times were such that 10 percent of the patients underwent surgery within 3 weeks, 25 percent within 7 weeks, 50 percent within 16 weeks, and 75 percent within 33 weeks, whereas 50 percent of patients registered on lists with clearance time
less than 1 week (category 1) underwent surgery within 4 weeks, and 75 percent did so within 9 weeks (Figure 3).
6% think it helped them shorten clearance time
Many mine-afflicted areas are also infested with metal fragments from other ordnance, increasing clearance time
greatly as every metal object must be treated as a mine until proven otherwise.
By adopting a futuristic Check Truncation System, banks can reduce their check clearance time
, comply with statutory requirements, minimize frauds, streamline their Payment and Settlement function and embrace the journey towards a Unified Payments Hub.
Uruguay passed a law aimed at speeding up the resolution of commercial disputes and implemented a risk-based inspection system that reduced customs clearance time
The customs regulator said the projects and initiatives materialised include the study of the customs clearance time
project, development of the mechanism of collecting and distributing the customs proceeds among the GCC countries in the framework of the GCC Customs Union, the customs-related competitiveness indices, the green customs program, pre-screening for shipments, and the evaluation of customs practices in unifying the inspection and surveillance procedures.
Considered to be a major milestone in the history of Indian banking, CTS aims to make cheque clearance more efficient and reduce the clearance time
of cheques to one day, thereby trimming down the floating time considerably.
The automation of customs administration and introduction of a one-stop shop (1) for clearance procedures at Douala port in Cameroon led to a reduction of average customs clearance time
from almost 15 days in 2000 to just over three days in 2009, according to a 2011 World Bank working paper.