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Other medical complications include infection, permanent loss of hair, repetitive stress injury, carpal tunnel syndrome, and gastrointestinal obstruction as a result of trichophagia.
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Other medical devices and aids that can be considered prosthetics include hearing aids, artificial eyes, palatal obturator, gastric bands, and dentures.
Other Roman emperors, including Geta and Alexander Severus, were followers of the medical teachings of Serenus Sammonicus and may have used the incantation as well.
Other professional certifications include certifications such as medical licenses, Membership of the Royal College of Physicians, nursing board certification, diplomas in social work.
Other critics and medical experts have suggested that Dianetic auditing is a form of hypnosis, although the Church of Scientology has strongly denied that hypnosis forms any part of Dianetics.
Other names connected to the city include Max Born, physicist and Nobel laureate ; Charles Darwin, the biologist who discovered natural selection ; David Hume, a philosopher, economist and historian ; James Hutton, regarded as the " Father of Geology "; John Napier inventor of logarithms ; chemist and one of the founders of thermodynamics Joseph Black ; pioneering medical researchers Joseph Lister and James Young Simpson ; chemist and discoverer of the element nitrogen, Daniel Rutherford ; mathematician and developer of the Maclaurin series, Colin Maclaurin and Ian Wilmut, the geneticist involved in the cloning of Dolly the sheep just outside Edinburgh.
Other medical innovations first introduced by Muslim physicians include the discovery of the immune system, the use of animal testing, and the combination of medicine with other sciences ( including agriculture, botany, chemistry, and pharmacology ), the first drugstores in Baghdad ( 754 ), the distinction between medicine and pharmacy by the 12th century, and the discovery of at least 2, 000 medicinal and chemical substances.
Other types of infectious / transmissible / communicable diseases with more specialized routes of infection, such as vector transmission or sexual transmission, are usually not regarded as " contagious ," and often do not require medical isolation ( sometimes loosely called quarantine ) of victims.
Other examples of hard real-time embedded systems include medical systems such as heart pacemakers and industrial process controllers.
Other medical imaging techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging ( MRI ) and ultrasound are also used in rheumatoid arthritis.
Other possible plans for the season included: an episode showing the construction of the first starbase ; a Borg Queen origins story with Alice Krige as a Starfleet medical technician who makes contact with the Borg from Season 2's " Regeneration " and becomes the Borg Queen, and a Mirror Universe arc spanning four or five episodes.
Other possible scenarios where this could arise include situations where significant numbers of medical personnel are among the affected patients where it may be advantageous to ensure that they survive to continue providing care in the coming days especially if medical resources are already stretched.
Other proposals have been made to extend federal whistleblower protection to medical residents working at health care facilities, hospitals, and health care providers, as an internal means to ensure that certain patient hospital and health standards are being effectuated, including enforcing maximum hour guidelines for medical residents
Other public amenities include netball and tennis courts, football oval, town hall, sports complex, medical clinic, playground, skate park and rotunda.
Other women helped on their brothers ' farms or became singers, dancers, sorceresses, respected medical physicians, and successful merchants who could afford their own silk clothes.
Other Tutsi refugees were highly placed: Peter Baingana was head of NRA medical services and Chris Bunyenyezi was the commander of the 306th Brigade, while Adam Wasswa was the Commander of the 316th Brigade at Moroto in northern Uganda, Steven Ndugutse was commander of the 79th Battalion, and Sam Kaka was Military Police Commander.
Other treatments with perceived harm included other pharmaceutical drugs, provocative neutralization, hydrogen peroxide, Metagenics ' UltraClear medical food, and microhydrin antioxidants.
Other critics of healthcare state that increased funding will not solve systemic problems in the healthcare system including a rising cost of medical technology, infrastructure, and wages.
Other causes of hair loss can be due to hormonal upsets caused by underlying medical conditions such as ovarian cysts.
Other laws require organizations to keep certain information secret, such as medical records ( HIPAA in the U. S .), or financial reports that are under preparation ( to limit insider trading ).
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Other complications continued to stall the EU negotiating process, most notably Slovenia's blockade of Croatia's EU accession in 2008 – 2009.
Other immediate complications include acute urinary retention, urinary infection, wound infection, septicemia, tetanus, and in case of unsterile and reused instruments, hepatitis and HIV.
Other complications include epidermoid cysts that may become infected, neuroma formation, typically involving nerves that supplied the clitoris, and pelvic pain.
Other possible complications that may arise include: pericarditis, endocarditis, left ventricular failure, valvulitis and fibrosis.
Other pulmonary complications in more advanced disease include aspiration pneumonia, pulmonary hemorrhage and pneumothorax.
Other complications include sinobronchitis, maxillary osteomyelitis, and frontal bone osteomyelitis.
Other more expensive complications include Tourbillon, Perpetual calendar, Minute repeater, and Equation of time.
Other complications arise from nitrogen narcosis and decompression sickness, which also occur in humans.
Other serious complications of pregnancy can include a prolapsed uterus, hypocalcaemia, and mastitis.
These are typically of short duration, such as sore throat, lacerations of the lips or gums or other structures within the upper airway, chipped, fractured or dislodged teeth, nasal injury, Other complications which are common but potentially more serious include accelerated or irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure, elevated intracranial and introcular pressure, and bronchospasm.
Other significant complications include airway obstruction due to loss of tracheal rigidity, ventilator-associated pneumonia and narrowing of the glottis or trachea.
Other minor risks include drug reactions and complications related to other diseases the patient may have.
Other complications of ascites include spontaneous bacterial peritonitis ( SBP ), due to decreased antibacterial factors in the ascitic fluid such as complement.
Other long term complications may include blood infections ( sepsis ), urethral injury, skin breakdown, bladder stones, and blood in the urine ( hematuria ).
Other medications will occasionally be given to anaesthetized patients to treat side-effects or prevent complications.
Other complications included otitis externa ( swimmer's ear ), which involves inflammation or bacterial infection of the external acoustic meatus, as well as pain, vertigo, tinnitus, and perforation of the ear drum.
Other contraindications are relative, meaning that the patient is at higher risk of complications, but these risks may be outweighed by other considerations or mitigated by other measures.
Other plays of Arnault's are: Blanche et Moncassin, ou les Vénitiens ( 1798 ); and Germanicus ( 1816 ), the performance of which was the occasion of a disturbance in the parterre which threatened serious political complications.
Other serious complications with PBMV usually relate to the technique of trans-septal puncture ( TSP ).
Other complications include hypotension ( due to excess fluid exchange and sodium removal ), low back pain and hernia or leaking fluid due to high pressure within the abdomen.
Other side effects can include an elevation of the hematocrit to levels that require blood to be withdrawn ( phlebotomy ) to prevent complications from it being " too thick ".