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In table 3, we have the experimental procedure of the different steps of rotating speed versus time.
Assisting RIM in screening SCI patients for this experimental procedure is Detroit Receiving Hospital, a facility well known in trauma and emergency medicine.
It is anticipated that at least two of the thirty students enrolled will have a disability and all students will perform exactly the same experimental procedures.
It takes inspiration from a patient's extraordinary account of brain surgery during an experimental procedure in the early 20th century.
The experimental procedure, which involves placing stents in the jugular veins, is also referred to as CCSVI.
After undergoing an experimental procedure, my vision was partially restored but it has highlighted the importance of my eyesight, something we tend to take for granted.
Winston seems unconvinced that the baby stands to gain anything but guinea-pig status from this experimental procedure.
ProCord (autologous incubated macrophage [certain white blood cell] therapy), an experimental procedure lot complete spinal-cord injuries (SCIs), is undergoing tests in an international, multicenter, randomized-controlled Phase II trial in the United States and Israel.
Under the treatment, 32-year-old Ouarda Touirat's ovaries were removed, frozen and reimplanted in an experimental procedure which enabled her to become pregnant.
The 32-year-old patient is the first in the world to become pregnant as a result of the experimental procedure.
In February, after being shot in the heart by a nail gun and suffering a massive heart attack, Dimitri Bonnville underwent an experimental procedure in which stem cells harvested from his own blood were infused into the damaged portion of his heart via a catheter.
Researchers typically calculate the average blood-flow rate throughout the brain for a group of volunteers during an experimental procedure, such as reading actual words, and during at least one control procedure, such as reading nonsense words.

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