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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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Of 22,533 eligible women, 6,106 (27%) were randomized: 3,062 were assigned to the induction group, and, 3,044 to the expectant management group.
There is wide variety of techniques available for induction of labour, however prostaglandins remain the single most effective means of achieving cervical ripening and labour induction.
It could be direct from small retailer and then go up to its supplier or from the supplier to where they distribute...so we're working on it as a whole approach,' she said, adding that she has even visited an induction furnace plant.
The mean dose of propofol required for induction of anaesthesia was significantly greater in group I, with group II and III showing a progressive decrease (p < 0.001) (Table 2).
Addressing at a news conference at Peshawar Press Club on Monday, Private Medical Colleges Association provincial president Dr Javed Sattar said that some six year ago, Peshawar High Court had issued orders to follow the old formula for induction in FCPS-II.
In Indian context most of the consumers are well acquainted with the concept of induction cooker, but the biggest handicap in case of other induction cookers is utensils.
While gas or electric ranges use thermal conduction, induction heats the cooking vessel itself.
With its flat surface, the company said consumers can use the two induction burners at the same time for heating larger vessels.
Senate Liaison Committee chaired by Speaker Kenneth Lusaka will be the first to conduct its induction from February 15 to 18.
In Section 2, I expound the old pessimistic induction, four problems with it, and then new pessimistic induction.