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Greek root form, for pathologic state–eg, cholelithiasis
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Asi lo establece el articulo 347 de la Ley General de Salud y asi lo retoman tambien los convenios entre el Iasis y las universidades: se entiende por "cadaver de persona desconocida" aquel que no fue reclamado dentro de las 72 horas posteriores a su fallecimiento o cuya identidad se ignore.
Inaugurated only in February last year, IASIS, the Greek word for healing, is a wholeness center at Gawad Kalinga Enchanted Farm that specializes in self-diagnosis and healing-by-design programs.
Recently the Chief Financial Officer at Iasis Healthcare, Chris brings his professional experience to Urgent Care Extra to help it rise as the leading urgent healthcare provider across the nation.
IASIS Healthcare said it has selected InDemand Interpreting to provide language services for their deaf and limited English proficient (LEP) patients and families.
The Iasis report also indicated that 63 indigenous women who had no official identification died on the street of a city between 1995 and 2006.
Some of Sentillion's longstanding customers include The Methodist Hospital System, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, IASIS Healthcare, Summa Health System and Texas Children's Hospital.
Actualmente, dirige el Sello Editorial Libros de la Elipse, del cual fue creadora el ano 1997, junto a Claudio Iasis y Clemente Diego, ambos poetas formados en los talleres de poesia dirigidos por ella.
Iasis Healthcare Iasis carries a significant amount of debt
An annotated bibliography is included (the 'IASIS File'), which was prepared by Rosamond Warfield, and extends from 1948 to 1993.
In 2003, the growing problem of errant stickers and staff resources needed to maintain a manual and paper-based charge-capture system became a real concern for David Gilfillan, vice president of materials management for IASIS Healthcare in Franklin, Tenn.
Indications include the presence of benign and malignant tumors and inflammatory disease with or without intraglandular sialolith iasis. The standard technique involves a variably sized incision.
They are also found in Kavafis' particular poetic language, with its objective and "scarcely lyrical" tone, in poems which tell of beings whose lives were cut off in youth: Caesarion, Aristobulus, Demetrius Soter, Iasis, Cleon, Hussein Selim ...