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PCT

abbreviation for PRIMARY CARE TRUST.
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Founded in 1997 by Steve Youtsey, PCT International, Inc.
Serum concentrations of CRP, leukocyte counts, and PCT were measured.
Results: The levels of PCT and CRP of the infection group were significantly higher than those of the non-infection group and the normal control group before treatment, and the difference had statistical significance (P<0.
Through the MOSES study, my fellow investigators and I have gained a better understanding of how serial PCT levels can be measured in a hospital setting to further risk-stratify mortality risk.
Current immunoassays do not differentiate between the two fractions, though isolation of specific PCT fractions may enhance the peptide's utility as a biomarker [5].
Instead, it recommends that anyone who receives such a request should, instead, invite the PCT to attend the practice to inspect the relevant records (to allow it to access the records), or to arrange for clear copies to be sent (to produce the records).
Recent reports suggest the PCT are considering the site at Livingstone Road occupied by the leisure centre.
Since 2007, PBI has installed over 75 PCT Sample Preparation Systems ("PCT SPS") into this market, primarily for the preparation of biological samples for scientific research purposes by laboratories outside of the mass spectrometry field.
482-7T(g)(4)), a proposed CSA advances a cost-sharing scenario between a PCT payor and PCT payee, where the PCT payor makes payments for its share of the platform intangible contributed by the PCT payee, and the parties to the CSA agree to share in the costs of the IDAs.
As well as the pounds 3 million for the PCTs, the programme will offer pounds 2.
Despite having had a planning application to build in Arrowe Park refused, Wirral PCT was taking its fight to the planning inspectorate.