Ort


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Ort

A Norwegian unit of weight approximately equivalent to a kilogram.
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ORT was initiated faster than IVF (mean difference [MD]=21 minutes; 95% CI, 10-32 minutes).
With access to ORT programs an issue with both GPs and specialist public treatment programs, clinicians are forced to make decisions on who receives immediate treatment and who waits.
The investigators found a higher ORT score significantly more often among people with miscreant behavior (11%) than among those with high-dose opioid use (5%) or controls (4%).
If funding comes through as planned, the widening should be completed by the end of 2016, Ort said.
All the patients tolerated the administration of ORT with gastric residuals of less than 300 cc which were monitored every two hours.
Ort said: "If you want to study how global change affects crop production, you need to get out of the greenhouse.
In addition, with the Dow ORT it can be much easier for EU importers within Dow's supply chain to see their REACH registration obligations covered.
The account incorportes survivor memoirs, letters, diaries, and oral histories from government and institutional archives, as well the World ORT Archive.
In this article, the development and implementation of an ICU ORT in Saskatoon is discussed.
ORT is the best treatment for rehydrating patients with acute infectious diarrhoea and its use has reduced childhood mortality worldwide.
The nationalization of ORT has been part of the Kremlin's remarkably successful program of consolidating its control of Russian media organs.