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paramedicine

Alternative nutrition
A general term used by Josef Beres of the Hungarian Institute of Pharmacy for a product (e.g., Beres Drops Plus) which, while not known to be effective for a specific disease, may nonetheless have unspecified supplemental effects.
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University bosses are awarding him his degree for his work in cardiology and his work to make paramedicine an essential professional service in the National Health Service.
Multidisciplinary in scope, the book encompasses key areas of anesthesia, emergency medicine, and paramedicine.
Tucker earned an associate's degree in paramedicine from the College of Health Sciences, Roanoke, Va.
It includes threat analysis, advance work, driving, countersurveillance, site and conference security, bomb devices and threats, communications, and paramedicine.
Most important how the Phoenix fire department has grown into a full-service provider, including paramedicine, technical rescue, hazardous materials fire fighting, and community education.
In conjunction with the Affordable Care Act, "Community Paramedicine / Mobile Integrated Health" aims to avoid hospital readmissions and refer patients who frequently use the 9-1-1 system to alternate community resources that may be more appropriate to address routine non-emergent care and mental health needs.
I also have a paramedicine degree and have had some exposure to resuscitation in pre-hospital environments.
Among the five given majors (50 students studying paramedicine, 37 students studying medicine and 13 students studying pharmacy, 17 students (%34), 13 students (%35.
Tenders are invited for Maine EMS Community Paramedicine Pilot Project Evaluation
Nolan is a graduate of Burncoat Senior High School and Quinsigamond College, from which he earned his degree in paramedicine.