ADHERE


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Acute Decompensated Heart Failure National Registry. A national registry that prospectively collects observational data regarding the medical management of patients hospitalized with acute heart failure across the US; 250 participating hospitals have entered nearly 75,000 patients in ADHERE
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We looked at how households finance HIV treatment, how well patients adhere to it, and how this relates to treatment outcomes--delayed progression to AIDS, antiretroviral suppression, avoiding drug resistance, and survival.
To join, firms must enroll at the center's Web site and agree to adhere to the center's membership requirements.
(1.) The following countries are not OECD members, but they adhere to both the Declaration and the Guidelines: Argentina: Brazil, Chile, Czech Republic, Estonia, Israel, Hungary, Mexico, Slovakia, Slovenia, Poland.
Besides the ability to adhere to plastic, to survive and multiply within total parenteral nulrition and other types of intravenous infusions, and to produce extracellular enzymes (4,8), little information is available regarding virulence factors associated with the pathogenesis of these bacteria.
In addition, these blades adhere to the PICMG 2.9 standard for the Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) architecture-a key technology involved in remote system and platform management-an onboard feature not found standard on previous Pentium III processor-based cPSB blades.
(According to the Tax Court, regulatory rules required Florida Power to adhere to regulatory accounting for financial-reporting purposes.)
All agencies involved in the electronic transmission of fingerprint, palmprint, facial, and SMT images and related data must adhere to the format described by the standard.
As Kwanzaa grows, celebrants work harder to adhere to the principles under a constant shower of mainstream marketing.
If you are unable or unwilling to adhere to your current regimen, consider changing it.
The problem stems from the notion that certain modalities are superior to others, and that everything must adhere to a basic set of standards and equipment.
But to connect Campion's Observations with his rhymed English verse requires the mediation of the concept "humanism," which does not adhere to his poetry as easily as to his tract.
"We have to adhere to a very strict set of standards," said Brown.