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The recommendations should also prevent travel problems that could face unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated persons who are trying to enter or leave an infected country, Dr.
The panel also voted that children aged 24-59 months with underlying medical conditions who are incompletely vaccinated should receive two doses of 7-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV7) at least 2 months apart, unless they have already received three doses, in which case one dose should be given.
Women who engaged in unprotected sex with a partner who was untreated or incompletely treated were more likely to become infected than women who did not (38% vs.
Updated information from Statistics Canada now reveals that the missed population on the 30 Indian reserves that did not participate in or were incompletely enumerated by the 2001 Census is estimated at about 30,000 Aboriginal people.
This case underlines the importance of a thorough interview and clinical examination to detect characteristic signs (photophobia, painful ocular mobilization, skin rash) in patients returning from areas endemic for dengue fever, when clinical and biological signs incompletely correlate with the primary diagnosis.
Please note that it is common for the flow of a feeding tube to become temporarily obstructed for several reasons: a resident's handling of the tube; a manufacturing imperfection revealed after use; drug-nutrient interaction causing formation of slow-dissolving compounds in tube lumen; or incompletely dissolved formula secondary to mixing technique of manufacturer.
The district court granted the motion, noting that the defendant's medications were dispenses irregularly and incompletely, leading to his collapse in his cell.
Texts and the ideas they present appear outside their larger context, terms are incompletely defined, and there are omissions of startling enormity.
A completely specified definition of the measurand has associated with it a unique value and an incompletely specified measurand may have many values, each conforming to the (incompletely defined) measurand.
Meanwhile, longer hydrocarbons burn more slowly and incompletely, which raises exhaust temperature and leaves remnants of hydrocarbons that contribute to soot and other forms of pollution.
But researchers caution that until now HAART has proven incompletely effective in rebuilding the immune system, which may account for the increasing incidence of certain types of cancer like NHL.
a manuscript, typically of papyrus or parchment, that has been written on more than once, with the earlier writing incompletely erased and often legible.