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GP

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for GUADELOUPE.

GP

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the French Department of Guadeloupe. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Guadeloupean bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Guadeloupe. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Guadeloupe.
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For test ordering, the general practitioner had the choice to use either the BloodLink software or a paper form.
Their analysis demonstrated that while chiropractors billed the least per office visit, because the number of visits was significantly higher than for all other providers, the mean cost per episode of outpatient back pain was nearly three times greater for chiropractors than for the general practitioners and twice as much than general internists.
General practitioners can help small clients evaluate and select needed experts in fields that are completely outside the clients' areas of expertise.
The problem of recruiting and retaining general practitioners is most apparent in the fly-in communities of the far north.
Of that group, 85% said that the General Practitioner Assessment of Cognition and the Mini-Cog were easy to use, while 53% said that the Memory Impairment Screen was easy to use.
In 1965, general practitioners made 4 million home visits, with an increase to 4.
Separate sections for general practitioners and six ADA-recognized dental specialties.
General practitioner Carol Cooper, who teaches medicine at Imperial College, London, believes there is a logical explanation for Fidge's diagnostic talent.
For general practitioners, nurses, medical students, therapists, and families and friends, Lindsay, a general practitioner in the UK, assembles 35 chapters that address the medical care of adults with intellectual disabilities in primary care in the UK and the various aspects of this care.
There is a lack of orthodontic information taught for the general practitioner and pedodontist at the university level today.
Michael Irwin, a retired general practitioner, was arrested in 2003 on suspicion of helping a terminally ill friend to kill himself.
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