The IVCF was inserted via the right internal jugular vein.
She was discharged with recommendations for retrieval of IVCF within the next few weeks based on clinical condition and with outpatient follow-up at hematology outpatient clinic.
The SFMF's and InterVarsity Mission Department's purpose cards, promotional letters, tracts, and official student follow-up procedures used circa 1950 are available in Box 6, Folder 6, Collection 300, IVCF Records.
Nida, "The Crisis Hour," in unpublished Urbana 1951 proceedings, Box 338, Folder 2, IVCF Records.
Once the reader comes to terms with the fact that there will be no serious probe of how, say, other Christian organizations or Muslim, Jewish or Buddhist student associations confront issues of race, the story of IVCF at CU is an insightful one.
The book recounts the history of IVCF and its "evolution from being [a] predominantly White group concentrating solely on supporting the religious needs of students to becoming a racially diverse organization that addressed both faith and race" and "shows how student subcultures can evolve to make diversity a priority.
One RCT examined PE rates in 400 patients with acute proximal DVT who were randomized to receive or not receive a permanent IVCF and also randomized to receive either unfractionated heparin or low-molecular-weight heparin for at least the first 3 months.
Complications from IVCF placement generally occur less than 3% of the time.
One chapter analyzes the way IVCF
rhetoric both separates and connects them to the world around them.
How does the European IVCF
market compare to that of the US?
At every opportunity I sought to win them to Christ, and I encouraged student leaders in IVCF
chapters to concentrate on reaching students from unreached nations.
Stacey Woods assumed his duties as general secretary of IVCF