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insertion

n. the addition of language at a place within an existing typed or written document, which is always suspect unless initialled by all parties.

insertion

noun addendum, additament, addition, appendix, entry, extension, inclusion, inset, intercalation, interjection, interpolation, interpositio, introduction, penetration, plant, postscript, supplement, transplantation
Associated concepts: codicil, insertion of a clause to a connract, rider
See also: accession, addendum, appendix, attachment, codicil, enclosure, entrance, expletive, inflow, infusion, intervention, rider
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Nurses attending the insertion course have provided positive feedback.
Arterial line insertion time in 1st attempt was also significantly less in ultrasound guided group 77.
The right eye intraocular pressure showed significant rise with ETT group as compared to LMA and I-GEL group at the time of insertion of device and 2 min after insertion.
The proportion of women at baseline who had a positive PSA test result was 23% in the immediate insertion group and 27% in the delayed insertion group; at the one-month follow-up visit, those proportions were 26% and 20%, respectively, and at the three-month follow-up visit, they were 26% and 23%.
Cable channels typically allot two minutes per hour for local ad insertion, which equates to an opportunity to sell four ads per hour for each insertion capable cable channel.
Here, the insertion loss has a low value of standard deviation.
The investigators compared outcomes between immediate and delayed IUD insertion following first-trimester uterine aspiration in a study of 575 women who were treated at four academic medical centers across the United States.
The researchers obtained data on eight clinics" IUD utilization during three periods: an 18-month control group period, a 14-month period after initiation of postabortal insertion, and a 6-month period with all interventions, including the addition of same-day insertion with simplified screening criteria.
Over the last decade-and-a-half, DoD has strengthened technology insertion processes and created more, and they have made a difference.
Instead, it is meant to show what elements are essential to rapidly field technology insertion spirals that respond to the enemy's decision cycles.
Genome sequences of chicken (low pathogenic avian influenza [LPAI] and highly pathogenic avian influenza [HPAI]) and human isolates from a 2004 outbreak of H7N3 avian influenza in Canada showed a novel insertion in the HA0 cleavage site of the human and HPAI isolate.