HALFLIFE


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HALFLIFE is built upon a construct of digital, ordered cycles building from light to dark and beginning with bold, dramatic steps gradually becoming calmer until they dissolve ghost like --leaving just a trace of the light that has been--before the sequence resets itself to reveal an altogether new cycle.
The patient was administered FVIII pre and post operatively, and during catheterization, bivalirudin was selected due to its rapid onset of action, short halflife, lower risk of bleed, and no need for monitoring which allows a predictable response for sheath removal during the FVIII transfusion.
1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D has a short halflife of about 4 hours and 25-hydroxyvitamin D has a long half-life of 2 - 3 weeks.
As with all replacement therapies, the halflife of each of the different factors is an aspect that must be kept in mind as it is central to the dental treatment plan e.
Reports of the halflife of diazepam and flumazenil suggest that there could be a second phase of diazepam-induced sedation after the metabolism of flumazeni1 (25,36); however, no relapse was observed in the zebra finches in this study.
In Halflife he says, "Language is just a stand-in for the Absolute.
Poet and Slate cultural critic Meghan O'Rourke is the author of Halflife (2007), a critically acclaimed collection of poems.
As Judge Easterbrook once put it, "[A] judicial order dismissing a complaint because the plaintiff did not plead facts has a short halflife.
Epoetin alfa and epoetin beta are approved rhEPO analaogues, with plasma halflife of 6-8 hours.
Among the more thoughtful reviews was one by Meghan O'Rourke, Slate's literary editor and the author of Halflife, though even she found that the poems are less interesting as works of art than in the way they "restore individuality to those who have been dehumanized and vilified in the eyes of the public.