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(nis'ĕn),
Rudolf, Swiss surgeon, 1896-1981. See: Collis-Nissen fundoplication, Nissen fundoplication, Nissen operation.
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Reportedly, Nissen has acquired in total 590,877 synthetic options from Eiendomsspar AS, CGS Holding AS and Helene Sundt AS.
Nissen, compared moderate doses of celecoxib to ibuprofen and naproxen in 24,081 arthritis patients at increased cardiovascular risk needing daily pain relief.
George Nissen's great-grandfather Peter Nissen designed the prefabricated semi-circular structures that were widely used in both world wars.
Nissen's perspective, though, rates of death from cardiovascular disease have plateaued and are creeping up after decades of marked improvement.
Nissen. He noted that such trials are underway for some glucagonlike peptide-1 agonists, "and I applaud them....
offers clear increased upgrading product Nissen, CEO Pandox " The Midland opened in September 1903 and was built by the Midland Railway to serve Manchester Central railway station.
Dr Nissen says hypertension is a risk factor in several cardiovascular diseases, as well as stroke, chronic kidney disease and dementia.
Speaking to Danish media outlet, Ekstra Bladet, Nissen said: "I can confirm that Newcastle specifically wanted to have him and did a lot to make it successful.
They got a warm welcome to Hartvig Nissen and when one student asked Kate about her schooling, she said: "I went Marlborough College and then on to university, which is where I met William, to St Andrews university in Scotland.
Focusing on 25 of her most representative performances, "Agnes Moorehead on Radio, Stage and Television" by Axel Nissen (Professor of American literature in the Department of Literature, Area Studies and European Languages at the University of Oslo in Norway) is a biographical retrospective that analyzes her work on radio serials like Mayor of the Town (1942-1949) and Suspense (1942-1962), her stage productions of Don Juan in Hell and Gigi, her television appearances on Bewitched and The Twilight Zone and her Emmy-winning appearance on The Wild Wild West.
Professor Lisa Nissen, head of the Clinical Sciences School at QUT, told The Lamp that increasing nurse prescribing roles "can assist nursing professionals to work at the full scope of their practice, facilitating better access to care for patients, easier navigation of healthcare, and collaboration between health professionals".