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PREVENT

Cardiology Any of a number of clinical trials:
1. Prevention of Recurrent Venous Thromboembolism.
2. Program in Ex Vivo Vein Graft Engineering via Transfection.
3. Proliferation Reduction with Vascular Energy Trial.
4. Prospective Randomized Evaluation of the Vascular Effects of Norvasc® Trial.
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For the 53 toxigenic strains of corynebacteria detected in England and Wales from 1993 to 2000, an estimated 2-10 secondary cases would have been prevented if attack rates were 5% and each patient had 4 contacts.
But these are rare, they can be prevented with proper medical care, and they do not happen with one dose.
Some skin disorders are quite common in the elderly, both in community-dwelling elders and in those residing in long-term care facilities, but they can be prevented, and the methods for heading them off are quite simple and inexpensive.
If you appear to be "arrogant" or "uncooperative'' to them (and by them, it could simply be one person running such a list), you can be prevented from sending email to your clients or customers.
In summary, this book gives a clear account of the main factors which lead to promiscuous teen sexual behavior and describes the consequences of this behaviour and the various ways which have been recommended in which such behavior can be discouraged or prevented. The main point the book makes, is that" ...
Doctors estimate that nearly half of the amputations caused by neuropathy and poor circulation could have been prevented by careful foot care.
The facility had numerous opportunities to respond in a manner that could have prevented this daughter from reaching a frustration level that resulted in contacting an attorney.
In all three cases, it was operator error." Suppliers say that better understanding of proper use and maintenance of magnets would have prevented these accidents.As a result, newer magnetic systems are engineered to prevent operator error.
Heat-related illnesses include dehydration (deficit in body fluids), heat exhaustion (nausea, dizziness, weakness, headache, pale and moist skin, heavy perspiration, normal or low body temperature, weak pulse, dilated pupils, disorientation, fainting spells), and heat stroke (headache, dizziness, confusion, and hot dry skin, possibly leading to vascular collapse, coma, and death).[4,5] These injuries can be prevented.
Much of the illness and death caused by flu can be prevented by a yearly flu shot.
When these proposed regulations become final, an acquiring corporation will no longer be automatically prevented from using a C reorganization due to prior stock ownership in a target.
By anticipating incidents and preparing ahead of time for a response, dangerous situations can be prevented. If running remains the only option, realtors should have a destination in mind so that a worse situation does not develop.