OSLER


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OSLERObjective Structured Long Examination Record
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William Osler was born in 1849 in the small town of Bond Head, Canada West (now Ontario) - the eighth of nine children.
Osler was a formidable bibliophile and lover of libraries.
OSLER (Open-Label Study of Long-Term Evaluation Against LDL Cholesterol) included 4,465 patients who had completed one of a dozen earlier phase II or III studies of evolocumab, a monoclonal antibody that inhibits proprotein convertase subtilisin kexin type 9 (PCSK9), and were then randomized 2:1 to 1 year of open-label evolocumab administered subcutaneously at either 140 mg every 2 weeks or 420 mg once monthly plus standard lipid lowering, or to standard lipid lowering alone, generally with moderate- or highdose statins.
Conforme se aproxima el centenario de su muerte, Osler nos aporta bases solidas para preservar el profesionalismo medico.
Osler sat for several portraits during his lifetime.
So, even a century or so ago, Osler had insight way ahead of his time.
Osler litigators have extensive experience representing public and private clients of all sizes in corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions and securities matters before the courts and provincial securities commissions.
Besides his bibliographic monument The Bibliotheca Osleriania, Sir William Osler (1849-1919) also made unprecedented contributions to the fields of medicine, pedagogy, philanthropy, book collecting, and librarianship.
By Jovina Concepcion Bachynski, RN, BScN, CNeph(C), Vascular Access Coordinator, William Osler, Brampton, ON
William Osler nacio en Canada, en el pequeno pueblo de Bond Head, Ontario el 12 de Julio de 1849 (2).
Mark Osler, 52, blasted Rachel Puttock, 41, in the back of the head on July 19 last year, but she survived.