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induction

the initial TRAINING an employee may receive at the commencement of employment to familiarize him or her with the workings of the organization.
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It also included the proposed option to extend the induction period by an additional eight weeks (for a total of 16 weeks), as well as proposed consideration for the use of tofacitinib 10 mg BID for maintenance therapy in patients with an inadequate response, loss of response, or intolerance to TNF blocker therapy.
According to Rossel, oxidative stability of oils is directly linked with the induction period.
Venkatesvaran and coworkers [1] categorized the birefringence stages during the heat setting process into three stages: (i) induction period, (ii) a rapid changes, and (iii) final leveling off.
Data in Table (5) showed that the induction period of control sample was 8.
We provide students with information about the signs and symptoms of a number of health issues and conditions, including meningitis in its various strains, during their induction period and throughout the year.
Induction period was measured on a Rancimat (Model-679) (Metrohm, 1993).
1, The oxidation of p-xylene catalyzed by CoL1~ CoL5 experienced a certain induction period (0.
She told the inquest at Birmingham Coroner's Court: "I think the use of this the induction period, not just at this gym but at all gyms.
All the study participants had a 2-week induction period in which they were stabilized on buprenorphine, followed by 14 weeks of active treatment, then 2 weeks of continuing clinical care after treatment completion.
Moreover, all patients in this group were treated with prophylactic sulfamethoxazole compound tablets during the induction period routinely from the beginning of induction therapy, at a daily dose of 25 mg/kg (4 days consecutively with 3-days interval).