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ACHIEVE

Accupril Congestive Heart Failure Investigation & Economic Variable Evaluation. A trial designed to assess the effects of high and low doses of quinapril, an ACE inhibitor, on mortality in patients with heart failure; the intent was to enroll 10,500 patients.
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And finally, if a patient is tempted by one of those fad or nutritionally-unhealthy-on-their-face diets, he or she should not expect to be able to achieve long-term success (unless they are one of the fortunate few) without eventually getting onto a healthy-eating/regular-exercise reg men.
It gives us the tools to achieve transformation by focusing on results, and helps gain the insight necessary to connect the budget process to strategy, planning and performance.
It had to achieve data transfer rates competitive with hard disk and tape products (30MB/sec).
He achieves all 10 reps in succession and records this in the "Reps Achieved" column in the table.
The difference, then, between hospitals that consistently achieve clearly superior outcomes and those that don't is a process difference.
Unlike smooth-bore machines, the force-fed grooved section reportedly achieves 85-95% melting of pellets after 7-9 in.
While I will return to this point later, it is quite clear to me that if we want to achieve and sustain major improvements in inflation at modest costs, we are going to have to do much better on the productivity front than has been our recent history.
In addition, BCAG had set before itself the goal to "achieve the industry's lowest cost structure" as one of the four elements in its long-term business strategy.
Further, late developments in the technology have improved the manufacturing process to achieve higher quality castings more consistently.
It means implementing repeated, sustainable change to achieve profitable growth in a fiercely competitive global marketplace.
Since these are typically the highest dollar items, their exclusion from the denominator of the relative precision calculation makes the relative precision percentage higher than it would be if standard statistical procedures were followed and makes it much harder to achieve the 10 percent needed to avoid the penalty of taking the lower limit of the estimated deductible amount.

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