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a method of raising new SHARE CAPITAL by issuing company shares at an agreed price to STOCKBROKERS and MARKET MAKERS rather than to the general public. Introductions are usually employed by established companies as a means of raising new capital with less administrative expense than other forms of SHARE ISSUE.

introduction

a method of raising new SHARE CAPITAL by issuing company shares to STOCKBROKERS and MARKET MAKERS at an agreed price rather than to the general public. See SHARE ISSUE.
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Advance Medical Directive (AMD) Ideas to Increase Staff Awareness and Patient Education on AMDs: * Patient's code status/AMD identification.
Guardianships, medical directives, and powers of attorney
While wills, power of attorney, and medical directives may not be the most pleasant topics to discuss; the Bettses contend that people need to be prepared for the unexpected.
Similar to an advanced medical directive, a last will and testament can be used to make a servicemember's intent clear on a range of issues, from the disposition of property and the payment of taxes to the identification of the servicemember's state of domicile (20) and the appointment of guardians.
Examples of incidents that the manufacturer should report, as well as examples of FSCAs (Annex 1) and extracts of the Medical Directive regarding vigilance (Annex 2), are still included.
Working on this project has helped us review other related issues such as approaching patients to obtain advance medical directive information and resource development for a unit based ethics committee.
Depending upon the state, the document may be called by any one of several different names, including: living will, medical directive, health care directive, directive to physicians, or declaration regarding health care.
The influence of treatment descriptions on advance medical directive decisions.
1] There are three general types of legal instruments currently available that meet the Act's definition: living will; durable power of attorney/health care proxy; and advance care medical directive.
The proposition provided that adults could execute a medical directive requesting aid-in-dying only after two physicians certified that they were mentally competent, terminally ill, and had less than six months to live.
The Celution[R] System is the only device approved under the European medical directive for separation and re-implantation of stem and regenerative cells residing in adipose tissue.
Contract notice: Pour Le Compte de la DG is the first public service provider to public, the medical and dental care director of Directive Medical Directive.

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