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"For many years, ISS has highlighted the discharge of the management and supervisory boards for shareholders' attention, always underlining the innumerable issues facing the bank, but never going so far as to recommend against the discharge," ISS said.
guidelines for concussions in children recommend against routine X-rays and blood tests for diagnosis.
He said the report, which he could submit as early as Monday after several weeks of investigation by his committee, would identify the culprits and the charges he would recommend against them.
There appears to be no finish, and from what I can see, I would recommend against firing it.
It does, however, recommend against the use of beta-carotene or vitamin E supplements for prevention of the diseases.
The guidelines, which were published in the October 2014 issue of the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, recommend against using testosterone to treat infertility, to promote bone health or general well-being, or to treat cardiovascular, cognitive, or metabolic dysfunction.
Screening trial results published in 2009 led the USPSTF to recommend against routine PSA testing in May 2012, saying the potential risks outweighed the benefits.
For patients with either an elevated TRV or an elevated NT-pro-BNP level, the guidelines strongly recommend against pulmonary hypertensive-specific therapies such as prostanoid, endothelin-receptor antagonist, and phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitor therapy.
Our mailed survey was designed to capture biopsy preferences in ambiguous clinical situations using a 5-point Likert scale anchored at "recommend against biopsy" and "recommend for biopsy." The questions encompassed 10 scenarios that varied regarding factors that could affect the urologist's decision (Table 1).
EAST BROOKFIELD -- Selectmen have decided to recommend against shutting off a large number of streetlights in town to save money.
ARLINGTON, VA.-- Widespread long-term use of benzodiazepines for anxiety remains a reality, despite guidelines that recommend against the practice, according to speakers participating in a roundtable discussion at the meeting.
It is easy to recommend against use of a specific drug (valproic acid, for instance) because of a higher risk of malformations, but if seizure control is not possible with alternative therapeutic regimens, such recommendations are difficult to implement.