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widespread occurrence.
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3],[4],[5] APT was prevalently being used in the primary and secondary prevention of vascular disease, and more than 25% of the patients with spontaneous ICH were undergoing APT.
The Ahtna subsidiary that most prevalently works as a service provider in the oil and gas industry is Ahtna Construction & Primary Products Corporation (AC&PPC), the corporation's first subsidiary formed in 1974.
Though prevalently used, CMI has been criticised for its difficulty in differentiating between traits and symptoms, its loading with hypochondriacal items and the possibility of positional responses.
75%), all of which are prevalently reconstructed with plastic surgery were not related to plastic surgery at all.
Rolling contact fatigue, wear of rail and wheel, stress distributions on contact patch and dynamic response of railway vehicles are prevalently researched topics, which are related to wheel and rail contact.
The protagonists are prevalently entailed in a subjective endeavor to manage their own lives.
Resistance to these antimicrobial agents is due to the production of [beta]-lactamases, and the genes encoding these enzymes have been found worldwide mainly in Gram-negative bacteria, prevalently in Enterobacteriaceae and Pseudomonas spp.
IOM (Institute of Medicine) expressed prevalently encountered medical errors, in a report issued in 1990, as the wrong drug effects, inappropriate transfusions, surgical injuries, wrong site surgeries, negligence oriented injuries and deaths, falls, burns, and wrong patient identifications during the presentation of the medical service.
The carbon credits are sold as financial instruments on the carbon market and allow GHG emitting countries(generally post and industrialised countries) to offset their climatic pollution through presumed clean and renewable energy projects to be implemented prevalently in developing countries (Kettner et al.
Based on the current study, job burnout, though in its mitigated and low-intensity form, exists prevalently among the Iranian employees and staff.
British diver Tom Daley shared an image of the diving pool, which had a prevalently different hue compared with the water polo and synchronized swimming pool beside it, on his Twitter account.
10) It is seen more prevalently among women and those aged 40-50.