notes that alcoholism is often treated ineffectively
Approximately half of the patients had been previously treated ineffectively
with other drugs and 70 percent of the patients were HBeAg positive.
Regulations for bottled water are few and ineffectively
When asked how much time during an average day was wasted reading ineffectively
written emails, 34% indicated between 30 to 60 minutes, 6% said 1 to 3 hours and 58% spend between 0 and 30 minutes.
While many commented that more federal dollars should be earmarked for the environment, 27 professionals thought that the money currently spent is ineffectively
used on the wrong problems or on too many "studies of studies.
If these manufacturers ineffectively
price service parts, they could be missing out on substantial revenue that could dramatically impact their bottom lines.
Because the heart pumps ineffectively
in patients with CHF, the kidneys don't get enough blood to enable them to properly do their job, which includes filtering the blood, ridding the body of wastes and maintaining the proper volume of water in the body.
Traditional cluster installations ineffectively
cool from front to back where heat exhausts from the rear of the cabinet.
Severe primary axillary hyperhidrosis ineffectively
managed with topical agents marks the fourth therapeutic indication for BOTOX(R) in the U.
Managed Objects, the Business Service Management Company, released the results of an independent study conducted by Stratagem Research revealing that over half of the Service Level Agreements (SLA's) in-place today are ineffectively
managed and carry little or no penalties for SLA non-compliance.
Untreated or ineffectively
treated water can cause foodborne illnesses, some of which can be life threatening.
When this happens, millions of dollars spent on research and development and clinical trials may have been used ineffectively