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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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Senate Liaison Committee chaired by Speaker Kenneth Lusaka will be the first to conduct its induction from February 15 to 18.
It allows the estimation of the induction motor parameters with a reasonably high accuracy.
PD Ports have renewed their service agreement with the video based induction platform company, but in year 1 have inducted visitors, HGV driver, ships crew as well as engineers and contractors onto each of their 3 sites around the North East.
All the above papers explained fuzzy logic controller based power factor improvement of induction motor by using current source inverter.
Conclusion: The emergency Caesarean section rate was quite high with induction of labour in pregnant women with gestational diabetes.
Conclusion: Misoprostol with proper monitoring and supervision is an effective agent for induction of labour at term.
Previous studies of the relative benefits and harms of labor induction in this age group haven't shed much light on the issue; they were small, observational in design, and were performed in the 1970s, so their findings may not be applicable to modern obstetric practice, wrote Dr.
To compare the efficacy of induction of labour with Dinoprostone gel and Misoprostol with respect to induction delivery interval, type of delivery cost effectiveness.
Past research into outcomes for induction of labor for women attempting trial of labor after cesarean (TOLAC) has compared labor induction with spontaneous labor.
The project focused on streamlining the induction process and helping employees to learn faster.
London, May 11 ( ANI ): In a new study, researchers have found that induction of labour beyond 37 weeks of pregnancy can reduce perinatal mortality (death before, during or shortly after birth) without increasing caesarean section rates.