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The RACGP signed a joint statement supporting the introduction of a medically supervised injecting centre trial in Richmond and made a submission to the Victorian Parliament in May.
org/lifeline/anesthesia%20topics/medically%20induced%20coma%20and%20sedation/) website further states: "A patient who is in a medically induced coma has a brain injury with swelling that has not responded to other treatments.
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Empirically supported summaries and commentaries punctuate each chapter describing the confluence of physical, psychological, and sociocultural variables that explain the preponderant female prevalence across the spectrum of medically unexplained symptoms and syndromes.
Infants born via assisted vaginal delivery or medically necessary intrapartum cesarean section were more likely than those born spontaneously to die during delivery (1.
Was enrolled in the plan, based on being a student at a post-secondary educational institution immediately before the first day of the medically necessary leave of absence.
The researchers found that patients in the Medically Supervised option lost an average of 43.
The Association for Technology Dependent Children (ATDC) was created to provide families and professionals with an agency to call to help medically frail children and their families.
The overwhelming majority of parents and caregivers want their young people to receive medically accurate information about sexuality and sexual health.
We hope to be able to launch the Anecova solution in 2008," explained Martin Velasco, before adding that the company's prime objective is to pursue its research in medically assisted procreation and to market its solution.
I have yet to find an organization that claims to be abstinence-only that has medically accurate information,'' Smith said.
Since 2000, five women North America who had medically induced abortions died from toxic shock caused by a Clostridium sordellii infection.

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