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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for INDONESIA.

ID

A paper verifying a person's identity. Examples of IDs include birth certificates, passports, driver's licenses and government-issued cards. Some IDs may be issued by an organization other than a government, such as a school or workplace, but these IDs ordinarily are not accepted as authoritative.
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The intradermal tuberculin test has demonstrated to be an adequate diagnostic tool at herd level, and several countries have achieved the eradication based on this test.
The clinical implications of this observation become clear when patients with persistent symptoms while on immunotherapy based on SPT and/or single dilution intradermal tests come for consultation, and improve when additional allergens diagnosed by IDT are added to the treatment vaccine.
Clinical performance and safety of the ID adapter, a prototype intradermal delivery technology for vaccines, drugs, and diagnostic tests.
The ACVD task force on canine atopic dermatitis (xvii): Intradermal testing.
Table 1: Wheal diameters of intradermal skin test (mm) in the mice treated by pollen extracts of two regions and control ones.
Intradermal injection of Dp induced the infiltration of eosinophils into the skin lesions compared with saline injection (Figure 2A,C,G; p < 0.
Infants were randomised by week of birth to receive Tokyo 172 BCG vaccine through the percutaneous route (N = 5 775) or intradermal route (N = 5 905) within 24 hours of birth and followed up for 2 years.
Having a facial intradermal naevus removed is one of the most straightforward cosmetic procedures you can have and can bring an almost instant improvement," he adds.
The use of subcutaneous injection of isotonic saline, rather than intradermal injection, has been trialled in overseas studies, where it has been reported to cause less discomfort at the time of injection (Bahasadri et al 2006; Martensson and Wallin 1999) and while it has been effective in some situations, the duration of efficacy is reported to be markedly lessened.
A short section with a photograph discusses avian intradermal testing.
of Texas Southwestern Medical Center) lead a group of experts in covering well-established methodologies of intradermal dilutional testing (IDT) and modified quantitative testing (MQT) and how these techniques can work together.
To the Editor: The intradermal (1-3) and cuticular (4) purse string sutures are inexpensive, rapid procedures which are easily learned and can be useful for the complete (1,2) or partial (3,4) closure of cutaneous surgical wounds.