RPh


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RPh

abbr.
Registered Pharmacist
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The goal of this study is to investigate the effects of fasudil on PH-HFpEF and determine the response differences to treatment between RPH and PPH.
While there is inference that a distance-centred multifocal soft contact lens (MFSCL) may create a peripheral 'add' effect and reverse RPH analogous to OK, research has shown that this is not the case, with commercially available distance-centred MFSCLs showing minimal change in RPH (35) compared to the approximate one-to-one relationship between central myopic reduction and relative peripheral myopia potentiation resultant from OK wear.
The new CEO succeeds Edith A Rosato, RPH, IOM, who is retiring after nearly four years.
In an era when health care is being reduced often to imaging studies and lab tests, Your Blood Never Lies by James LaValle, RPh, CCN, emerges as a valuable tool to layperson and physician alike.
An increase in the cow population in 2010 and 2011 resulted in an increase in the number of RPH as indicated by the growing production of beef in 2007-2011.
"Across every chronic medication class we examined over this four-year period of time, children's use increased, with varying patterns of growth across males and females and age groups," said Emily Cox, PhD, RPh, senior director of research at Express Scripts.
Parker, RPh, director trade relations and pharmacy development, Abbott Laboratories, Inc.-Pharmaceutical Products Division- Karen Rugen, s.v.p., corporate communications and public affairs, Rite Aid Corp.- Bryan K.
My Dillon 650 can churn out between 800 and 1,000 rounds per hour (RPH).
Fincham, Ph.D., RPH's TAKING YOUR MEDICINE: A GUIDE TO MEDICATION REGIMENS AND COMPLIANCE FOR PATIENTS AND CAREGIVERS (078902859X, $17.95) focuses on taking medicines, offering tips and ideas for patients and family members alike.