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adherence

in Scots family law, parties to a marriage are obliged to adhere, or live one with the other, but since 1984 the court will no longer compel parties to do this.
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The incidence of morbidly adherent placenta increases with the number of caesarean sections performed.
If the woman decided on an abortion, I would hope both adherents would accompany her to the clinic.
WOMEN, YOUNGER PATIENTS, and individuals from minority groups are significantly less likely to be adherent with their statins, and are at greater risk of hospitalization and death, a study has found.
In 10(30%) patients EOH was performed for uncontrollable hemorrhage due to uterine atony, followed by a morbidly adherent placenta (28%).
Once a rare occurrence, morbidly adherent placenta is now becoming an increasingly common complication of pregnancy, mainly due to the increasing rate of caesarean delivery over the past years and also intrauterine procedures like dilatation and curettage, previous surgeries etc.
Objective: To identify risk factors predisposing to morbidly adherent placenta and to study obstetric outcome in such patients.
The mean FSS score was 4.74 for adherent and 5.17 for non-adherent patients.
Sartorius Stedim Biotech launched a new mini bioreactor vessel for its ambr 250 high-throughput (ht) system, designed for optimal growth of adherent cells on microcarriers to enable rapid, scalable cell culture process development of vaccines.
When comparing those least and most adherent to a Mediterranean diet, the study found that deaths from all causes increased by five per cent for every 10 parts per billion (ppb) increase in long-term average NO2 exposure in those least adherent, compared to two per cent among the most adherent.
Patrick Mahieux, general manager of ABL Europe, said, "The introduction of non-adherent cell culture capacity complements our existing adherent cell culture viral vector production technologies.