SLEDD

AcronymDefinition
SLEDDSlow Low-Efficient Daily Dialysis
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He originally found this clause in Hemdobler and Sledd's paper of 1976.
Sledd, "Some results about spaces of analytic functions introduced by Hardy and Littlewood," Journal of the London Mathematical Society, vol.
In 1990, amidst the controversy surrounding the Wyoming Resolution's "emasculation" (Sledd), Susan Wyche-Smith and Shirley K Rose proposed "One Hundred Ways to Make the Wyoming Resolution a Reality: A Guide to Personal and Political Action," presenting a list of prefigurative practices over twenty years before Occupy.
The SLEDD, which was to be underway for eight hours, was stopped after seven-and-a-half hours because of the drop in blood pressure.
Moreover, the type of RRT modality employed (IHD, CRRT, or SLEDD) might have influenced patients' outcomes independent from the ICU organizational or RRT delivery models.
Sledd published a complete set of Coleridge's "Notes on 'The Temple," in The Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge in 1871.
WILLIAM SLEDD LIVES IN LEXINGTON, KY., where, he says "it's church, church, church, Wal-Mart, church." Sledd hosts the web series Ask a Gay Man, which started out as a humble homemade YouTube project before being picked up by the Bravo network and given an online perch at OutZoneTV.com.
5 March 2007: Katharine Bent, Lauren Fitzgerald, John Garratt, Samantha Gilman, Carly Johnson, Taryn Kadar, Rebecca Kuhn, Kate McCarthy, Angela Miceli, Christine Monllos, Stephanie Murr, Aileen O'Donnell, Whitney Phillips, Samantha Sledd, Elizabeth Spurgeon, Zachary Usher, Hillary Waugh.
"Our goal in performing this survey is to recognize exceptional manufacturer performance in working with distributor customers," stated IFDA Chairman Robert Sledd during the award presentation.
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