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v. ac·cepted, ac·cepting, ac·cepts
Medicine To receive (a transplanted organ or tissue) without immunological rejection.

ac·cept′er n.


(1) Accupril Canadian Clinical Evaluation & Patient Teaching. A postmarketing surveillance of quinapril therapy in 3,742 hypertensive Canadians.
Conclusion The reduction in diastolic BP and systolic BP in patients receiving quinapril was larger than in those stopping the regimen.
(2) American College of Cardiology Electrocardiogram Proficiency Test
(3) American College of Cardiology Evaluation of Preventive Therapeutics study. A clinical program designed to establish the extent to which American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association guidelines for comprehensive risk reduction in patients with coronary heart disease are implemented in the US.
Conclusion Most patients still smoked, were hypertensive or had increased LDL cholesterol 6 months after discharge. Aspirin use improved. Many patients had not been given beta-blockers or lipid-lowering agents, and many women had not been given oestrogen.
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A narrow genetic base may limit breeding efficiency by reducing the number of acceptably chipping genotypes retained for further evaluation and limiting variation for other economically important traits needed for genetic gain in subsequent generations.
Risk management is the sum of all activities directed toward acceptably accommodating the possibility of failure in a program.
For example, when Caiaphas says, "It is expedient that one man should die for the people," he uses the Greek term anthropos, not aner; this could acceptably be, "It is expedient that one person die.
At the time, Plant 2's scrubber was operating acceptably, but it was of marginal capacity.
According to this test, a reasonably probable future loss is a possible future loss that is acceptably "close" to the courts' target.
20% to 60% of their respective placement groups) can expect to obtain acceptably accurate estimates of optimal cutoff scores, irrespective of the steepness of the logistic curve and the skewness of the marginal distribution of the predictor variable.
Combined inherent risk and control risk are low (assuming that evidence from analytical procedures or other substantive tests would achieve acceptably low levels of audit risk).
At the reviewed performance, Linden was acceptably crusty and cranky, and, when reformed, light-footed.
Limited ability to interact readily and acceptably with doctors and other clinical personnel.
He actually operated as a safety valve in local politics, funneling frustration into acceptably non-threatening forms, and supplanting the organizing processes that might have otherwise generated grassroots leadership and demands for radical change.
Regulators like the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) rely on the reporting of suspected ADRs to make sure medicines on the market are acceptably safe.