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REGISTRY. A book authorized by law, in which writings are registered or recorded. Vide To Record; Register.

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Two other registries also include influenza vaccines: Flu Vaccine Pregnancy Registry, PPD (Flucelvax) (877-413-4759 / email: NovartisPregnancyregistries@ppdi.com) and the GSK Seasonal Influenza Vaccine Pregnancy Registry, GlaxoSmithKline (888-825-5249 / pregnancyregistry.gsk.com / seasonalinfluenzavaccines.html), which includes the Fluarix and FluLaval vaccines.
A mixture of both the procedures is usually adopted by most registries of the world.
Guests can view registries and purchase selected items online or shop in-store using a computer-generated gift list.
Officials are willing to swiftly lift the transitional measures for all those registries with proven and adequate security measures.
Schmidt, president and chief executive officer of the Intermountain Donor Recovery Systems in Salt Lake City , UT, noted that there are 57 million (27% of the population) Americans age 16 or older on a donor registry of some kind and implementation of registries in California and Texas are expected to increase the percentage by at least 5%.
They also view carotid artery stenting (CAS) as a perfect example of a complex, high-risk procedure involving different specialists that must be systematically studied and analyzed after it has been unveiled in clinical practice--and one for which registries may be an ideal tool.
Based on the type, the global patient registry software market comprises disease registries and product registries.
Similarly, the principal seat decided 172 cases between June 16 and June 30, the Karachi registry disposed of 136 cases and 122 cases had met the ends of justice at the Lahore registry while no case was decided at the Peshawar and Quetta registries during this period, the report said.
The strengths of these registries are their prospective nature (enrolled before the outcome is known) and enrollment over a wide geographical area.
Secondly, another registry in Pakistan is the Punjab Cancer Registry (PCR), which was set-up through a collaborative effort in Lahore in 2005, with the support of the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Trust.2 The PCR is registered with the Societies Registration Act, 1860, of Pakistan and is also a member of the International Association of Cancer Registries, France.
BAHAWALPUR -- Deputy Commissioner (DC) Bahawalpur, Rana Mohammad Saleem Afzal has presided over a meeting regarding computerized issuing of property registries from Khidmat Markaz.

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