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If future clinical trials prove successful, the advantages of edible vaccines would be enormous, especially for developing countries.
If the impostor is himself, the clinical setting would be the same as the one described as depersonalisation, hence jamais vus of oneself or of the very " reality of reality ", are termed depersonalisation ( or surreality ) feelings.
If LDL particle concentration is used to predict cardiovascular events, many other correlates of these clinical outcomes, such as diabetes mellitus, obesity and smoking, lose much of their predictive power.
If the lactose cannot be digested, enteric bacteria metabolize it and produce hydrogen, which, along with methane, if produced, can be detected on the patient's breath by a clinical gas chromatograph or compact solid-state detector.
If clinical death is expected due to terminal illness or withdrawal of supportive care, often a Do Not Resuscitate ( DNR ) or " no code " order will be in place.
If antibiotic therapy does not improve the clinical picture, it may prove useful to drain any abscesses and / or perform ligation of the internal jugular vein where the antibiotic can not penetrate.
If such differences are noted or the patient is unable to apply any resisting force, clinical weakness may be noted.
# If the eating behavior occurs exclusively during the course of another mental disorder ( e. g., intellectual disability, pervasive developmental disorder, schizophrenia ), it is sufficiently severe to warrant independent clinical attention.
If a clinical trial concerns a new regulated drug or medical device ( or an existing drug for a new purpose ), the appropriate regulatory agency for each country where the sponsor wishes to sell the drug or device is supposed to review all study data before allowing the drug / device to proceed to the next phase, or to be marketed.
If the disease is completely asymptomatic ( i. e. there is a paraprotein and an abnormal bone marrow population but no end-organ damage ), as in smoldering myeloma, treatment is typically deferred, or restricted to clinical trials.
If the CT scan is negative but a ruptured aneurysm is still suspected based on clinical findings, a lumbar puncture can be performed to detect blood in the cerebrospinal fluid.
If the clinical course is more severe, with multiple flares of bulky cervical lymphadenopathy and fever, then a low-dose corticosteroid treatment has been suggested.
If there is a primary hyperaldosteronism the decreased renin ( and subsequent decreased angiotensin II ) will not lead to a decrease in aldosterone levels ( a very helpful clinical tool in diagnosis of primary hyperaldosteronism ).
If detected on clinical ground, treatment should begin without waiting for lab results.
If clinical appearance of PCT is present, but laboratories are negative, one needs to seriously consider the diagnosis of pseudoporphyria.
If the diagnosis is made in a standard hospital or other clinical facility, the baby will be transferred to a children's hospital, if such facilities are available, for specialized paediatric treatment and equipment.
If the research shows that teleassessments and teletherapy are equivalent to clinical encounters, it is more likely that insurers and Medicare will cover telerehabilitation services.
If the patient has a head injury with altered sensorium, is intoxicated, or has been given potent analgesics, then the cervical spine must remain immobilised until the clinical examination becomes possible.
If these conditions are present, indicating AAA rupture, no further clinical investigations are needed before surgery.
If clinical governance is to truly function effectively as a systematic approach to maintaining and improving the quality of patient care within a health system, it requires advocates.
:" If we define pornography as that which excites lust, Leslie's story is decidedly anti-pornographic in its almost clinical obsession with the sexual indignities of middle age " ( Winchell, 148 ).
If repeated measurements of tumor marker are needed, some clinical testing laboratories provide a special reporting mechanism, a serial monitor, that links test results and other data pertaining to the person being tested.
If the application is cleared, the candidate drug usually enters a Phase 1 clinical trial.
If intubation can be delayed for a period, a number of other potential options can be considered, depending on the severity of the situation and other clinical details.

If and death
If life and death did not both present themselves to us, there would be no inscrutability.
If goodness and badness lie in attitudes only and hence are brought into being by them, those men who greeted death and misery with childishly merry laughter are taking the only sensible line.
If this aspect of death as punishment is not distinguished from the idea of death as natural termination, the conclusion seems inevitable that temporal existence itself is a form of punishment rather than the state into which man is put by the will of the Creator.
If death receives more than its share of attention from the theologian and if sin receives less than its share, the gift of the life eternal through Christ begins to look like the divinely appointed means of rescue from temporal, i.e., created, existence.
If the death of Epaminondas in 362 BC freed Athens from fear of Thebes, it appears at the same time to have exposed it to further aggression from Alexander of Pherae, who made a piratical raid on Tinos and other cities of the Cyclades, plundering them, and making slaves of the inhabitants.
If ADH production is excessive in heart failure, Na < sup >+</ sup > level in the plasma may fall ( hyponatremia ), and this is a sign of increased risk of death in heart failure patients.
If the individual is seeking death an alternate method is often suicide by cop.
If Time Out of Mind was his death album — it wasn't, but you know how people talk — this is his immortality album.
If proteins in a living cell are denatured, this results in disruption of cell activity and possibly cell death.
If there was no life after death, then the person would not be alive to suffer, fear or worry ; he would be non-existent in death.
If this is true, Eusebius ' birth must have been before Dionysius ' death in autumn 264 ; most modern scholars date the birth to some point in the five years between 260 and 265.
If Luke was only a sometime companion of Paul who idealized him long after his death, that could explain the differences between Acts and Paul's letter.
If severe or prolonged it could lead to cell death.
If he doesn't have any money to pay with, he will be put to death.
* If a builder builds a house, and that house collapses and kills the owner's son, the builder's son will be put to death.
* If a robber is caught breaking a hole into the house so that he can get in and steal, he will be put to death in front of that hole.
If severe, death may result.
If the death is found to be non-violent, an inquest is unnecessary.
" Similarly, after the death by dehydration of Verity Linn, whose body was found in a tent with little but a sleeping bag, her clothing, and one of Jasmuheen's books, Jasmuheen wrote " If you haven't found the light that will nourish you, you may have the intention to become a breatharian, but in fact you may be putting yourself through food deprivation.
If found, punishments ranged from death, to time in the pillory, to being ordered never to dress as a man again.
If true, this points to Johann Gutenberg about a decade after Coster's death.
The " diamond problem " ( sometimes referred to as the " deadly diamond of death ") is an ambiguity that arises when two classes B and C inherit from A, and class D inherits from both B and C. If D calls a method defined in A ( and does not override the method ), and B and C have overridden that method differently, then from which class does it inherit: B, or C?
If he attempted to return, the penalty was death.

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