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Each group had slightly higher rates of abstinence at the end of the first week of treatment--when follow-up monitoring of patients might begin in a standard medical practice.
Each group had slightly higher rates of abstinence at the end of the first week of treatment--when follow-up monitoring of patients might begin in a standard medical practice. But 2 weeks after randomization, cessation rates had fallen among all three groups.
pylori infection and gastrointestinal illness and to introduce diagnosis of this infection and appropriate treatment for it into standard medical practice. In addition, rigorous population surveys that include children are needed to identify high-risk groups of persons for targeted public health interventions (7).
But there has never been a large, long-term, placebo-controlled trial--and most doctors want more information before accepting DHEA treatment in standard medical practice. No one is expecting such a trial, because DHEA has long been used so it cannot be patented: therefore no pharmaceutical company will pay for the research, because it could not recoup its investment later by charging monopoly prices.
If the bill is inconsistent with standard medical practice -- a dosage that is too high or multiple visits that occur on the same day -- these bills will be identified.
We also reject the idea that in standard medical practice today amniocentesis is recommended only when a cluster of structural anomalies or a number of markers is found.
Computerized physician order entry (POE) will be come part of standard medical practice in the next 10 years.
Scientists are rapidly developing gene therapy treatments for other illnesses, but it will take years before the revolutionary technique becomes standard medical practice. Since genes often work in concert, "gene therapy may turn out to be vastly more complicated than people imagine," says Kaebnick.
'This followed his scan and is standard medical practice. To ignore such medical advice would have been illogical.
She begins by identifying and rejecting existing critical models that treat mesmerism as the forerunner of either hypnosis or psychoanalysis, or that consider it only in relation to what has since emerged as standard medical practice. Instead Winter demonstrates how popular mesmerism was throughout the early- and mid-nineteenth century, creating a legacy of tropes, situations, and vocabulary that had a profound effect on developing sciences and scientific investigation.
The fourth patient group will be observed according to the current standard medical practice of "watchful waiting" for the vitreous hemorrhage to clear on its own.
Despite conflicting testimony and defense evidence that he had done nothing beyond the bounds of standard medical practice, Edelin was convicted of manslaughter in Massachusetts Superior Court on February 15, 1975.
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