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Silas Wegg glanced at the kettle, glanced at the shelves, glanced at the French gentleman behind the door, and shrank a little as he glanced at Mr Venus winking his red eyes, and feeling in his waistcoat pocket--as for a lancet, say--with his unoccupied hand.
The road to Farringdon ran along one side of it, and the brook by the side of the road; and above the brook was another large, gentle, sloping pasture-land, with a footpath running down it from the churchyard; and the old church, the originator of all the mirth, towered up with its gray walls and lancet windows, overlooking and sanctioning the whole, though its own share therein had been forgotten.
In a letter addressed to Lancet's editor-in-chief Richard Horton, the Indian Medical Association, a lobbying group made up of medical practitioners, accused the Lancet of reacting to an "administrative decision" of the government of India under "a garb of concern for the health of Kashmiris." Some Indians groups demanded the removal of the editorial.
A spokesperson for The Lancet said the magazine has 'no plans to take down the editorial', as demanded by some Indian groups.
In the letter to Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief of Lancet, the ASI has said: "At the very outset, on behalf of the ASI, which is Asia pacific's largest and world's second-largest surgical association that represents the surgical fraternity all across India, we strongly condemn the Editorial Board of 'Lancet' for having approved the publication of the editorial -- 'Fear and uncertainty around Kashmir future,' which featured on 17th August 2019 in Lancet."
The disposable lancet is a scalpel shaped surgical tool with double-edged needle used in medical facilities as a pricking needle.
The top causes of under-5 deaths are pre-term birth complications, preventable infectious diseases such as pneumonia and diarrhoea, followed by injuries, meningitis, measles and malaria, according to the study published in The Lancet Global Health.
The report commissioned by the Lancet Global Health indicates that health outcomes and quality of care declined for vulnerable and marginalized communities including less educated and stigmatised groups.
The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that pain increases with lancet penetration depth, (4,5) which is partly determined by the length of the lancet being used.
Lancet SA will now hold a 49 percent stake in the joint venture while Cerba Healthcare will own 51 percent.
The collaboration brings together SSRN with The Lancet as part of a six-month pilot to assess whether the health and medical community are ready for this form of early research sharing.
The largest difference among databases was observed for the journal Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology, for which there were 0.4% of identified FAs in Scopus, 23.6% in WoS, and 17.3% in PubMed.