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Os·ler

(ōs'lĕr),
William, Canadian physician in U.S. and England, 1849-1919. See: Osler disease, Osler node, Osler sign, Rendu-Osler-Weber syndrome.
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RCCA is excited to enter into a partnership to deliver integrated, value based, high quality healthcare with Osler Health across our 25 cancer care delivery facilities located throughout New Jersey.
Osler also stated, "Probability guides us when certainty fails," but he emphasized that uncertainty is unavoidable.
OSLER (Open-Label Study of Long-Term Evaluation Against LDL Cholesterol) included 4,465 patients who had completed one of a dozen earlier phase II or III studies of evolocumab, a monoclonal antibody that inhibits proprotein convertase subtilisin kexin type 9 (PCSK9), and were then randomized 2:1 to 1 year of open-label evolocumab administered subcutaneously at either 140 mg every 2 weeks or 420 mg once monthly plus standard lipid lowering, or to standard lipid lowering alone, generally with moderate- or highdose statins.
Osler sat for several portraits during his lifetime.
William Osler Health System Foundation President and CEO Ken Mayhew guided Scotiabank representatives a tour of Brampton Civic's diabetes services area.
Osler litigators have extensive experience representing public and private clients of all sizes in corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions and securities matters before the courts and provincial securities commissions.
The Osler collection documents the evolution of scientific thought and medical history from the sixth century BCE to the end of the nineteenth century and has long been regarded as one of the great history-of-medicine collections in the world.
ProArt Gallery is the brainchild of long-time art collector Tatiana Faure, art expert Rashesh Shah of Rifca and Dinsha and Munchi Shroff of Ancestry, which specialises in Osler and Baccarat chandeliers, Oriental and European crystal artifacts.
A local newspaper report said Mr Osler, who lived in Feltwell, had assaulted the woman three times in less than a year and was given a nine-month prison sentence suspended for 12 months.
Rachel had been walking with daughter Lesley and Owen at around 11am when Osler, known as Ozzy, shot her twice with a pistol.
In reading Dr Michael Bliss' scholarly book on the life of Sir William Osler, MD,1 in the wake of the Alder Hey organ retention scandal in Liverpool in the United Kingdom,2 I was immediately struck by the following story, which did not fit with my preconceived notions of Dr Osler:
In 1807, master craftsman Thomas Osler founded F & C Osler of London and Birmingham, soon winning accolades for his superb glass pieces.