'At PS after ng interview nagHug pa kmi ni Mami kasi kinomfort ko cya
na dtu talaga sa outside world ang totoong laban,' she added.
held their first festival back in September which 300 people attended.
Fungal isolation, colony and cell morphology for fungal identification were done by using Malt Extract Agar (MEA), Potato dextrose agar (PDA), Czapek yeast extract agar (CYA
), and Sabouraud dextrose agar (SDA) media, supplemented with 0.05% chloramphenicol (Khan et al., 2014; Nonaka et al., 2011).
The ALDH2 inhibitor cyanamide (CYA
) at 1 mmol/L was given from 10 min before ischemia to the first 10 min of reperfusion, with total perfusing for 50 min (DM + EtOH + CYA
I/R); the mitoPTP opener atractyloside (Atr) at 20 mmol/L was given from the last 5 min of ischemia to the early 10 min of reperfusion, with total perfusing for 15 min (DM + EtOH + Atr I/R).
* Seeking Zero:AmQuip strives for a rate of zero incidents through extensive safety training of its union workforce and being Cya
real pain' to its carrier
The introduction of cyclosporine A (CyA
) in the early 1980s brought increased interest in the prospect of steroid-free immunosuppression.
One is a cumbersome policy handbook, and the other is a patently "CYA
" performance-review process.
This is not because of the condition driving the admission, but rather as a consequence of the processes used to treat the condition, including communication failures such as the fear nurses sometimes have in speaking truth to physicians--i.e., the need for CYA
Meanwhile, evidence of a culture of cover-up at Perth Royal Infirmary has been exposed by the revelation nurses regularly talk of "CYA
paperwork" - slang for "cover your a***".
to the max, and it's a sure way to alienate customers--some of whom likely have been loyal for a long time.
In the 45 years since the first successful human heart transplant, concerns about short-term, long-term or chronic rejection have largely been addressed by drugs like CyA