Altemeier

Alte·mei·er

(ahlt'mī-ĕr),
William A., 20th-century U.S. surgeon. See: Altemeier operation.
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Altemeier, Jones, Abbott, & Berninger, 2006; Jefferson, Paul, Ozonoff, & Cohen, 2006; Mitchell & Miller, 2008); criterion-retrospective/postdictive validity (e.
La evaluacion de la distribucion de la ventilacion y la perfusion en cerdos realizada por Altemeier et al.
Based on the information source classifications proposed by Kotler and Clarke (1987) and Steward, Hickson, Peachman, Koslow, and Altemeier (1989), we identified seven information sources: relatives or friends with medical knowledge; relatives or friends without medical knowledge; television, newspapers, and magazines; radio; the Internet; posters; and leaflets.
Chun CD, Liles WC, Frevert CW, Glenny RW, Altemeier WA.
age, behavior, physical aspect, illness) (Azevedo & Maia, 2006; Finkelhor & Dziuba-Leatherman, 1994; Sherrod, O'Connor, Vietze, & Altemeier, 1984; Sidebotham & Heron, 2006); perpetrator's psychological/ psychiatric issues (e.
Baseado no Maternal History Interview (MHI), instrumento elaborado por Altemeier et al.
The end product is often shorter than that of peers, lacking in detail, with poor penmanship, spelling, and syntax, as well as missing the sense of a plot or progressive theme (Berninger, Richards, Stock, Trivedi, & Altemeier, 2007; Dockrell, Lindsay, Connelly, & Mackie, 2007; McCutchen, 2006; Polloway, Patton, & Serna, 2005).
The sources from which consumers seek recommendations when making purchase decisions tend to be from personal sources (Murphy, Mascardo, & Benchkendorff, 2007; Stewart, Hickson, Rameshwar, Pechmann, & Altemeier, 1985) with this generally referred to in the literature as WOM communication.
Beginning writers may have ideas to include in a story plan yet struggle with the demanding task of the visual-motor integration process of manuscript printing or handwriting and, therefore, have little mental energy to retain or develop their story ideas (Berninger, Richards, Stock, Abbott, Trivedi, Altemeier, et al.
Promethazine hydrochloride is a phenothiazine derivative used in cough syrups for its antihistaminic, antiemetic, and sedative effects (Hickson, Altemeier & Clayton 1990).
Ademas, este procedimiento genera heridas quirurgicas de tipo limpias contaminadas segun la clasificacion de Altemeier, por lo que se hace necesario indicar antibioticos de forma profilactica (1).