reconstitution


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re·con·sti·tu·tion

(rē'kon-sti-tū'shŭn),
1. The restitution or return to an original state of a substance, or combination of parts to make a whole.
2. In the case of a lower organism, the restoration of a part of the body by regeneration.

reconstitution

[rē′konstit(y)o̅o̅′shən]
Etymology: L, re + constituere, to establish
the continuous repair of tissue damage.

re·con·sti·tu·tion

(rē-kon'sti-tū'shŭn)
The process of adding a diluent to a powdered medication to prepare a solution or suspension.

reconstitution

(rē″kŏn-stĭ-tū′shŭn)
The return of a substance previously altered for preservation and storage to its original state, as is done with dried blood plasma.
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Using the notation in the previous section, it can be verified that the riskless asset reconstitution assumption of Mayers and Smith (1987) and subsequent researchers essentially requires that given any loss state s, I ([?
Reconstitution is achieved by pushing down on the syringe plunger, forcing the diluent through a channel and into the second chamber where it mixes with the drug to create a solution.
a) When compared to the standard reconstitution method and the plastic double-spike stopcock reconstitution device.
Most cases of immune reconstitution disease resolve in several weeks by continuing HAART and treating opportunistic infections.
MAC caused by immune reconstitution can clearly be distinguished from disseminated MAC in patients who haven't received HAART.
In Colorado Springs, reconstitution hasn't brought lots of resources, new programs, or even benchmark goals from the district, says Cay Spitzer.
Healthcare company Baxter International (NYSE:BAX) revealed on Thursday the receipt of approval for its new reconstitution system for ADVATE (Antihemophilic Factor [Recombinant]) from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Dr Qadri offered Nawafal in the mosque of Supreme Court before entering into the room of court to give arguments during hearing of his petition in connection with reconstitution of EC.
The study also established early clinical proof-of-concept--trends of accelerated neutrophil recovery, improved 100-day survival and low rates of graft-versus-host disease were evident, and durable and preferential reconstitution with ProHema occurred in 10 of 12 evaluable patients.
It is essential to maintain a sufficient balance between the reconstitution of stocks and the maintenance of conditions allowing fishermen to continue with their activity," insist MEPs from the European Parliament's Fisheries Committee, who are consequently proposing a series of amendments to the European Commission's draft for the reconstitution of cod stocks in the Baltic Sea, in the report by Zdzislaw Kazimierz Chmielewski (EPP-ED, Poland), adopted on 3 May, by 12 votes in favour, four against andthree abstentions.
The mission support and capabilities provided by Army Field Support Battalion-Afghanistan (AFSBn-AF) during the Combined/Joint Task Force-76 (CJTF-76) reconstitution operation in Kandahar from 17 July to 21 August 2006 reflected this new, emerging doctrinal support.
ISLAMABAD -- Chairman Senate Mian Raza Rabbani did not allow to discuss an adjournment motion (AM) about reported reconstitution of Council of Common Interest (CCI) by the Prime Minister.