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(nis'ĕn),
Rudolf, Swiss surgeon, 1896-1981. See: Collis-Nissen fundoplication, Nissen fundoplication, Nissen operation.
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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.
Nissen says that there was a time when the diuretic chlorthalidone was typically prescribed at 50 milligram (mg) doses.
Nissen and his associates linked muraglitazar (JAMA.
Professor Nissen has been an expert adviser for the National Prescribing Service on prescribing competency standards, and she's been closely involved in the training and development of nurse practitioners who have been able to prescribe for more than 15 years.
Aleydis Nissen is a PhD candidate at the School of Law and Politics, Cardiff University.
The 'news anchor' explains the USO confusion is a result of the mispronunciation of Nissan and Nissen.
The county gave partially redacted copies to Nissen, but she sued the county, arguing that the records relating to his work should be made public.
In his introduction, Johannes Nissen explains that his concern in writing this book "is to consider how from a Christian perspective, and in particular via the fourth gospel, we may be engaged in a dialogue with the religious diversity of our time" (p.
Nissen cautions against placing these restrictions on cardiac patients: "The more you say don't do this and don't do that, the more you're reinforcing to people that they have a disease and the more likely they are to become disabled from heart disease.
This is American medicine at its worst," Nissen said.
En 1990, Brian Nissen penso el "descubrimiento de America" imaginando el mapa del continente esperado.