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In particular, they are ineffectively assessing patients with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis.
However, until the introduction of newer, more effective medications over the past 2 decades, most patients with onychomycosis remained undiagnosed and untreated or ineffectively managed.
Some Erdogan's critics say the government is turning a blind eye to terror, or ineffectively handling the increasingly dire security situation.
FACING an identity crisis, the Delhi government's Delhi Dispute Resolution Society ( DDRS) has shot off a letter to Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi, saying that policemen are ineffectively mediating in disputes.
Someone like Saif, who I tried very ineffectively to play in this video," he added.
The report offers a four-point diagnosis of the MBTA system: "Is in severe financial distress,'' "lacks a viable maintenance and repair plan,'' "lacks a culture of performance management and accountability,'' and "is governed ineffectively.''
The text is organized in five parts, providing an overview of the subject, investigating ethical issues and the institutionalization of business ethics, examining the decision-making process and the implementation of business ethics in a global economy, and reviewing twenty real-life cases in which an ethical dilemma in business was resolved either effectively or ineffectively. O.
ARDS is a serious condition that is ineffectively treated by current standards of care, resulting in substantial patient and healthcare system impact.
When women do not speak up in meetings, or do so ineffectively, our community misses potentially valuable feedback and innovation.
He noticed that many people and doctors today use them ineffectively. "When antibiotics are used immeasurably, it primarily hits the economy of the country and the common people.
QuanTemplate offers the insurers many productivity enhancements, as many companies rely on Excel and other inflexible databases, which result in many business decisions being made ineffectively or with outdated information, said QuanTemplate co-founder Adrian Rands.
Malas, along with fellow former health Minister Christos Patsalides, were both considered responsible for ineffectively monitoring drug prices.