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Both related and overall revisits were higher in the PICC cohort than in the oral antibiotics cohort, too: 6.
New Delhi, March 10, ( ANI ): Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari on Monday, asked people to revisit the entire episode of the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi on January 30, 1948, the trial of which he termed as an open and shut case.
As a national way of assessing and tracking hospital quality, pediatric readmissions and revisits, at least for specific diagnoses, are not useful to families trying to find a good hospital, nor to the hospitals trying to improve their pediatric care, said Naomi Bardach, MD, an assistant professor of pediatrics at UCSF Benioff Children s Hospital and lead author.
As part of the process, Tobin's original consultants were asked to revisit the videos from 20 years ago to establish a temporal context for their current descriptions.
Respondents were asked to complete questions relating to all items (except revisit intention) using a 5-point Likert scale that ranged from strongly agree to strongly disagree.
00pm) Delia Smith revisits some of her most memorable festive recipes.
His Brazilian TV series, "City of Men," revisits the same territory through the eyes of two 13-year-old boys simply seeking to survive.
STAR-CROSSED LOVERS: Kevin Reynolds, purveyor of the period adventure ("The Count of Monte Cristo," "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves") revisits the genre with "Tristan & Isolde," starring Jazzes Franco and Sophia Myles as the legendary lovers of medieval origins.
Chaimowicz revisits his "things past" brilliantly in Partial Eclipse, 1980-2003, a 180-slide projection about the loss of experience, interiors, bodies, smells, and emotions, and more famously in his scatter installation Celebration?
And in a serious for fabulousness, the Charles Busch/Boy George musical Taboo revisits the New Romantic era of London clubbing.
Not because of Walker's subject matter, which consistently revisits issues of social and environmental justice, and America's blinding ethnocentrism.