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Acetylcysteine to Prevent Angiography-Related Renal Tissue Injury. A trial testing the hypothesis that prophylactic N-acetylcysteine prevents contrast-induced nephropathy in patients with chronic renal insufficiency (CRI) undergoing cardiac catheterization
Conclusion N-acetylcysteine decreased the risk of postcatheterization nephropathy in patients with CRI
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Again, viewers were unable to tell apart the faces occurring in positive vs.
It's a joke that fans and TV viewers should have to tolerate teams coming out in kits that are hard to tell apart.
The superfine string and its shifting, alternately curved and straight lines of shadow were difficult to tell apart; like wavering pencil marks on a blank page, they conspired to redraw the dimensions of the alcove.
Working exclusively from printed sources, Snow illustrates the debates in the medical and popular press which weighed the relative risks and benefits to human life of the new drugs and expressed concern that the states of life and death were impossible to tell apart once anaesthetics had rendered the body unconscious.
Goldenrod is easily recognizable, but most of its nearly 100 species are difficult to tell apart. Most grow in North America, with only a few in Mexico, South America and Eurasia.
Caption: In the life of a congregation, as in the life of a family (and sometimes the two are hard to tell apart) there are hellos and goodbyes: witness Salem, Pictou County, Nova Scotia.
Though every known piece is described, she limits the illustrations, especially the many that are very difficult to tell apart from photographs or line drawings.
The human brain is able to use this information to tell apart an incredibly diverse range of odours.
SAN DIEGO -- A longitudinal pigmented streak beneath the nail could either be a benign melanonychia striata or a far-from-benign subungual melanoma, but despite the vast difference in prognosis, the two conditions are very difficult to tell apart clinically, Dr.
same symptoms, they're sometimes hard to tell apart.
Well Japanese cars may be bleak and difficult to tell apart but at the end of the road, they do serve a purpose.