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Polnitz-Baker contracted Miami, Florida-based product management services leader Innovation Direct[TM] to represent the Individual Perforated Medicine Packaging to potential licensees for a 2 year period.
Pooled ORs for all appendicitis and perforated appendicitis were comparable with those for the population as a whole when Halifax was excluded (Table 2).
This study designed a mock-up light box to measure luminous characteristics of three perforated aluminum panels at different sizes, number of holes, and patterns.
Distributing the leakage flow uniformly throughout the perforated tile seams and modeling chilled-water supply lines, Radmehr et al.
Among patients with perforation, 23, or 56%, had an elevated bilirubin upon admission compared with 36, or 31%, of those not found to have a perforated or gangrenous appendix.
With fully perforated front and rear doors with fans running, the air stream is short circuited--drawing from a region with least resistance, the air through the top of the perforated doors.
He seemed all right on Saturday morning but when he went to the surgery for an exploratory operation the next morning, they found a perforated duodenum and there was nothing they could do.
From its 80,000-sq-ft facility in Visalia, CA, Diamond Perforated Metals supplies perforated and expanded metals.
The system works by allowing groundwater to rise into the perforated pipe, then drain through the solid pipes to the street.
BaThed in light ranging from 200 to 1,200 nm in wavelength, the perforated metal films selectively transmitted light with wavelengths up to five times the aperture diameter.
In Letter Ruling 9316033, the Service ruled that gas produced from a coal seam perforated, stimulated and brought into production after Dec.
The three photographs show a monstrance, a golden Leica from the '20s, and the enlargement of a perforated strip of film.