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Areas in an office space that are used to travel between offices, cubicles and the like; hallways and corridors.

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Core to peripheral temperature gradient measurement is a simple and non-invasive technique to assess the state of peripheral circulation and has been reported by the previous studies too as a good indicator of haemodynamic status and prognostic marker of outcome.
Onychomycosis also is a topic of concern among several special patient populations: individuals with compromised peripheral circulation, the elderly, those with diabetes, persons with a family history of onychomycosis, those with compromised immune function, and possibly also patients with psoriasis and pediatric patients.
Metastasis from the primary tumor, especially into bone marrow, results in bone marrow stimulation mediated by various cytokines and thus, eosinophilia in the peripheral circulation (3).
The trial will study the safety of mobilization of stem cells in this patient population, as well as the effects of mobilization of stems cells from bone marrow to the peripheral circulation on liver function.
Disturbance of the balance is the factor facilitating membrane destruction and release of intracellular components into peripheral circulation.
Other studies found significant hearing loss in adults with peripheral circulation disorders, as well as those with certain risk factors for cardiovascular disease, such as smoking and high blood pressure.
We worked during the last legislative session to negotiate with these groups to exempt nurses and advanced practice nurses from this requirement, because upon close reading the law could actually prevent nurses from using bililights on jaundiced newborns, prevent nurses from using pulse oxymeters, using dopplers to assess bladder residuals, peripheral circulation, or using ultrasound for biophysical profiles of fetuses, or for placement of central lines.
She had no extremity edema, and her blood pressure in both arms was normal with normal peripheral circulation A chest x-ray showed a slight increase in the interstitial pattern but was "fairly normal.
In contrast, long-chain triglycerides such as olive oil have to be repackaged and then travel throughout the peripheral circulation, where they can be deposited into adipose tissue before reaching the liver.
This technology could have significant clinical and research applications such as characterization of peripheral circulation in the management of Diabetes Mellitus.
During 2005 we started using continuous epidural infusions to provide analgesia, and sypathetic blockage to improve peripheral circulation.
She has frequent periods of darkening of the fingertips due to a lack of peripheral circulation.

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