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injections

any expenditures on domestic goods and services originating from outside the HOUSEHOLD sector. In the basic CIRCULAR FLOW OF NATIONAL INCOME, all spending is done by households (CONSUMPTION expenditure). In the extended circular flow of income model, domestic output is also purchased by businesses, government and overseas buyers. Thus, INVESTMENT, GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE and EXPORTS, respectively, constitute ‘injections’ into the income-spending flow. Compare WITHDRAWALS.
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Patients who underwent dorsogluteal IM injection of prescribed medications in the emergency room were included in the study.
[USPRwire, Thu Aug 08 2019] Subcutaneous injection ports have witnessed significant momentum, owing to their key benefits such as reducing the number of needle sticks required in blood samples, nutrition, fluids, and medication.
Procarbazine (Capsule 50mg), Proguanil (Tablets 100mg), Propylthiouracil (Tablets 50mg), Rituximab (Injection 100mg/10ml, 500mg/50ml), Spectinomycin (Injection 2gram), Thioguanine Solid (Oral Dosage Form 40mg), Trastuzumab (Injection 40mg and 60mg).
Arkansas:  Lethal injection or electrocution
Key words: injection, plastics, simulation, molding
Engel Canada is now offering injection presses outfitted with special add-ons for the Pushtrusion D-LFT process, and MGS Mfg.
Manual fluxing with solid flux chemical compounds has its merits, but environmental and personal health concerns have greatly impacted flux usage and practice, and flux injection processes are now more commonly utilized.
As chief of Ultrasound and Body CT at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan, professor of Radiology at Cornell University Ronald Adler, MD, PhD, uses ultrasound guided injections of medication into the affected area, giving patients immediate and often lasting relief from Haglund's syndrome.
Though it burst on to the scene with promises of greatly increased fuel economy and stratified charge operation, gasoline direct injection has matured into a homogenous charge strategy with much lower NOx emissions and greater engine output than non-homogenous GDI engines.
Injection of elemental mercury is uncommon, and only 72 cases have been reported in the literature over the past 75 years.
Some middle turbinates are highly vascular (figure 2, H) and might still bleed despite adequate injection, particularly during an anterior partial middle turbinectomy or resection of the lateral half of a concha bullosa of the middle turbinate (figure 2, I).
Common side effects include injection site pain and inflammation, skin reactions, and short-ten-n flu-like symptoms.