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INTACT

Cardiology A clinical trial–International Nifedipine Trial on Antiatherosclerotic Therapy Study–that evaluated the effect of antihypertensive therapy with nifedipine, a CCB, in preventing heart disease. See Calcium channel blocker, Coronary artery disease, Nifedipine.
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Another family issue that can affect siblings is family intactness.
The above methods seem to be feasible to recover from single substrate node failure and ensure the intactness of the original VN.
The modern meaning of suffer can be said to be a state of severe distress that is associated with events that threaten the sense of intactness of a person.
Beyond maintaining the intactness of the bit stream (which is fairly straightforward), the long-term curation and preservation of digital materials is for the most part .
Andrew Gibson House is believed to be their largest surviving building and is one of their last works, but it does not display the same level of architectural flair or level of intactness as their other listed buildings.
Particularly, the high temperature and strong shear involved in the melting and blending process has ensured that polymers were well mixed, while maintaining the intactness of their chemical structure.
The resistance obtained at low frequency region is crucial to explain the corrosion resistance performance and intactness of a coating.
In this study, the nursing outcome chosen was tissue integrity: skin and mucous membranes (Code #1101), which is defined as: "the structural intactness and normal physiological function of skin and mucous membranes".
Key advantage of this territory is high degree of intactness of nature on huge area; absence of urban barriers; smoothness of mosaic combination of natural and anthropogenic structures; geographic and ecological autonomy.
During the inspection it was established that the recorders have slight mechanical damage which did not affect the intactness of the recorders," the Committee, a supervisory body that oversees the use and management of civil aviation, said in a statement.
A loss of body intactness was also described by the participants who felt helpless being constantly attached to a machine or catching their peers staring at their scars.
What if a mother's health and intactness should be placed first because she must survive in order to continue to be a mother and to produce the next generation?