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At the regional level, PREVENT announces the promotions of Tom Davis and Matt Henry to the positions of Northern California and Southern California Field Operations Managers.
Players must follow the instructions of coaches and not only learn the proper techniques, but strengthen themselves to prevent serious injury.
Prevent Surgical Site Infections -- by reliably delivering the correct perioperative antibiotics, maintaining glucose levels and avoiding shaving hair at the surgical site.
However, since it is difficult to have a perfectly clean system, screening and cleaning will prevent chemical deposits and poorly dispersed chemicals from reaching the process.
This problem in one trial did not change the known safety of single-dose nevirapine--which has been tested in many other clinical trials and widely used to prevent maternal transmission, without side effects.
468; Evidence-based Sports Medicine, Chapter 7, "Does stretching help prevent injuries?
OK, then, say opponents, the proposal would still prevent police from tracking the racial identities of people they arrest.
School counselors have a duty to use reasonable care to attempt to prevent a student's suicide when they are on notice of a student's suicidal intent (Eisel v.
The first step is to bring blood glucose levels within the normal range to prevent further nerve damage.
Rust Prevent gives you the added benefit of a protective coating that remains when the oil dries away -- a thin waxy film, if you will.
Prevention refers to taking actions to reduce or prevent school violence from occurring, planning determines what actions to take if school violence does occur, and practice entails rehearsing plans and modifying them when needed.
The scutum defect is generally repaired with cartilage to prevent further attic retraction.