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Besides the screening techniques that have been in use for a relatively long time, other purely mechanical processes are being applied increasingly to separate recovered paper mixtures.
In the 1960s and 1970s, when tuberculosis (TB) infection rates in the United States were high, universal screening for TB was required for all children (1).
Tokyo, Japan, Sept 30, 2005 - (JCN Newswire) - NEC Corporation today announced that it has verified the effectiveness of a new drug screening system, ChemMinerTM, which utilizes data mining techniques such as active learning (note 1), enabling a ten-fold improvement in screening performance, resulting in an approximate 90% decrease in screening cost, as compared with conventional screening systems.
Routine STD screening of sexually active women aged 15-24, although recommended in federal guidelines, is uncommon in primary care visits at hospital-based clinics: In 1997-2000, only 4% of such visits by women in this age-group who had no genitourinary symptoms included testing for an STD.
Life Line Screening, the nation's largest provider of preventive health screening, says it can help people identify potential health risks before they become major problems.
Player 2, after screening, cuts around a double-stagger screen by 4 and 5 before breaking to the ballside deep corner and giving the play a 3-point shooting possibility.
Metso Minerals, a global manufacturer of screening and recycling equipment with a North American office in Milwaukee, has unveiled the newest members o fits ST line of track-mounted mobile screening plants.
Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff, three of the co-founders of the Tribeca Film Festival, have acquired The Screening Room located at 54 Varick St.
A 90-second CT exam at our screening center could reveal lurking disease--before it's too late for your doctor to do something about it.
Because there are many avenues and complexities to employee screening, it's easy to construct an RFP that yields mountains of vendor-related data, but provides virtually no value in terms of facilitating selection.
At this time the FDA knows of no data demonstrating that whole-body CT screening is effective in detecting any particular disease early enough for the disease to be managed, treated, or cured and advantageously spare a person at least some of the detriment associated with serious illness or premature death.
The proportion of children screened who live within zones targeted for universal screening varied from 48% to 53%, while only 50% of the at-risk children in the entire county were screened.