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There is no direct access to the alternate registers ; instead, two special instructions, < code > EX AF, AF '</ tt > and < code > EXX </ tt >, each toggles one of two multiplexer flip-flops ; this enables fast context switches for interrupt service routines: < code > EX AF, AF '</ tt > may be used alone ( for really simple and fast interrupt routines ) or together with < code > EXX </ tt > to swap the whole AF, BC, DE, HL set ; still much faster than pushing the same registers on the stack ( slower, lower priority, or multi level interrupts normally use the stack to store registers ).
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< sup > 177 </ sup > Lu-DOTA-TATE is used for radionuclide therapy ( see Nuclear medicine ) on neuroendocrine tumours.
In medicine heliox generally refers to a mixture of 21 % O < sub > 2 </ sub > ( the same as air ) and 79 % He, although other combinations are available.
The most common atropine compound used in medicine is atropine sulfate ( monohydrate ) ( C < sub > 17 </ sub > H < sub > 23 </ sub > NO < sub > 3 </ sub >)< sub > 2 </ sub >· H < sub > 2 </ sub > SO < sub > 4 </ sub >· H < sub > 2 </ sub > O, the full chemical name is 1α H, 5α H-Tropan-3-α ol (±)- tropate ( ester ), sulfate monohydrate.
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26 May 2007 < http :// history. enotes. com / peoples-chronology / year-1691 / medicine ></ ref > He is most remembered for his works on transfusion and the function of the cardiopulmonary system ( Tractatus de Corde ).
In medicine, tracers are applied in a number of tests, such as < sup > 99m </ sup > Tc in autoradiography and nuclear medicine, including single photon emission computed tomography ( SPECT ), positron emission tomography ( PET ) and scintigraphy.
< BLOCKQUOTE > A Muslim can go to a Muslim or to a non-Muslim to learn abstract sciences such as chemistry, physics, biology, astronomy, medicine, industry, agriculture, administration ( limited to its technical aspects ), technology, military arts and similar sciences and arts ; although the fundamental principle is that when the Muslim community comes into existence it should provide experts in all these fields in abundance, as all these sciences and arts are a sufficient obligation ( Fard al-Kifayah ) on Muslims ( that is to say, there ought to be a sufficient number of people who specialize in these various sciences and arts to satisfy the needs of the community ).
A1AT is a 52-kDa serpin and, in medicine, it is considered the most prominent serpin ; the terms α1-antitrypsin and protease inhibitor ( P < sub > i </ sub >) are often used interchangeably.
Another example is propane-1, 2-diol or alpha propylene glycol, HO — CH < sub > 2 </ sub >— CH ( OH )— CH < sub > 3 </ sub > used in the food and medicine industry as well as a relatively non-poisonous antifreeze product.
< p > In the good time coming, the refining, elevating, and strengthening influences of high intellectual and aesthetic culture will be considered as desirable in the agricultural profession as they are in medicine, law or theology ...
In medicine before the 20th century, an anodyne was a drug that was believed to relieve or soothe pain by lessening the sensitivity of the brain or nervous system ( Greek ἀνώδυνος anōdynos < ἀν-an-' without ' + ὀδύνη odynē ' pain ').
Most widely used in former USSR nations, low intensity ( usually 10 mW / cm < sup > 2 </ sup > or less ) electromagnetic radiation of extremely high frequency ( especially in the range 40-70 GHz, which corresponds to wavelength of 7. 5-4. 3 mm ) is used in human medicine for the treatment of many types of diseases.
She is considered the principal founder of what is now dance therapy in the United States .< ref >“ Who was Marian Chace ?,” American Dance Therapy Association, < http :// www. adta. org / resources / chace_bio. cfm >.</ ref > In 1942, through her work, dance was first introduced to western medicine.
The specific AT < sub > 1 </ sub > affinity relates to how specifically attracted the medicine is for the correct receptor, the US FDA PI rates for AT < sub > 1 </ sub > affinity are as follows:
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A 1998 systematic review of studies assessing its prevalence in 13 countries concluded that about 31 % of cancer patients use some form of complementary and alternative medicine .< ref name = Ernst_Cassileth > Alternative medicine varies from country to country.
Harrison's textbook of internal medicine defines a fever as a morning temperature of > 37. 2 ° C (> 98. 9 ° F ) or an evening temperature of > 37. 7 ° C (> 99. 9 ° F ) while the normal daily temperature variation is typically 0. 5 ° C ( 0. 9 ° F ).
Academically, the university pioneered a cross-disciplinary approach to education, and its faculties of medicine and the humanities are ranked among the nation's top 10 .< ref >
It is rooted in the traditions of the marketplace ", with " commercialism overwhelming professionalism in the marketing of alternative medicine ".< ref name = jarvis_rdcna >
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