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Patient care The directing by a physician or health care worker of an 'unattached' Pt to a particular physician or group for followup after being seen in an emergency room or other neutral health care setting. See Unattached patient. Cf Flipping.
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However, the Automotive Steering Sensors Market is enjoying substantial benefits of having a blend of new entrants and existing market bigshots.
Automotive Steering Roll Connectors will be used primarily by passenger cars in 2021
Several automotive steering systems have been equipped with Electronic Stability Program (ESP), and Anti-lock Braking System (ABS).
[ClickPress, Mon May 27 2019] The roughly US$ 30 billion market for automotive steering system will possibly surpass the valuation worth US$ 40 Bn by the end of 2022, as indicated by the global automotive steering system market report offered for the five-year assessment period -- 2017-2022.
The company specializes in vertical vacuum high and ultra-high pressure die casting and is the leading producer of automotive steering wheel castings.
Summary: This report provides prognosis and analysis of the automotive steering system market.
[USPRwire, Fri Jan 11 2019] As per the current market trends and the promising nature of the Automotive Steering Systems Market , it can be estimated that the future holds positive outcomes.
In response to customer demand and competitive pressure, an automotive steering assembly manufacturer sought a way to make a maintenance-free, hardened-steel ball joint.
[USPRwire, Fri Jan 04 2019] Frequent fluctuations in commodity prices, prevailing sales of vehicles delivering smooth traction, and tightening regulatory standards regarding passenger safety are collectively driving the global scenario of automotive steering system market.

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