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NRL-1 (intranasal diazepam) is a proprietary formulation of diazepam, delivered via a nasal formulation in a spray, being developed for the management of pediatric and adult patients who require intermittent use of diazepam to control bouts of acute repetitive seizure activity, also known as cluster seizures,.
Experts divide repetitive, non-functional motor behaviours into three overlapping, and not always agreed upon, categories.
In the ZIP code that encompasses the Greenspoint section of Houston (a low-income neighborhood that has flooded at least five times between 2001 and 2017), FEMA has spent $12 million in repetitive loss claims on 71 properties in the program.
This structure is named as Modified Repetitive Control Strategy (MrCS) [3].
When the stimulation frequency is more than one pulse per second (1Hz) it is known as rapid Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation.
Repetitive behaviors are common in the normal toddler, but the autistic child's repetitive behavior will be focused on the parts, rather than the whole.
Identifying risk factors that can cause problems (repetitive motion, awkward postures and long periods of repetitive activities).
Gabriels of the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, and her colleagues compared the presence of frequent/severe repetitive behaviors and mood/behavioral problems in preschool children diagnosed with an ASD with those of a chronologic-age matched, typically developing control group.
Gabriels of the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, and her colleagues compared the presence of frequent / severe repetitive behaviors and mood/behavioral problems in preschool children diagnosed with an ASD with those of a chronologic-age matched, typically developing control group.
Up to 50 per cent of lost time injuries in tree planting are strain and sprain injuries," says John Levesque, an OFSWA program developer, "but also over-exertion and repetitive motion from bending down.
First, these repetitive safety training sessions consume costly man-hours.
Self-constructed assets produced on a repetitive basis: Self-constructed assets produced by the taxpayer on a routine and repetitive basis in the ordinary course of the taxpayer's trade or business.