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why nose bleed?
 
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Decide which contain brief forms that do not need to be changed and which contain medical slang that must be translated. 1. LABORATORY DATA: Her crit was 35. 2. A procto was done to help identify the pathology on the right side of her anus. 3.Her Pap smear showed carcinoma in situ. 4.The patient was cath'd and the urine specimen showed 1+bacteria. 5. LABORATORY FINDINGS:The Patient had a white count of 12,500 with a diff of 68 segs, 1 bands, 13 lymphs, 17 monos, and 1 eo.
 
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definition of a hospitalist
 
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Hi! Could you tell me how much English general practitioner earns? Is there any iformation about specialists' salaries? Thanks in advance.
 
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hello . i am going to open my pharma company please suggest me a good name for my company...
 
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i dont know
 
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Again...What does the abbreviation PBR stand for after a physicians name?
 
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where can I do ubelt course in italy? I am dentist. I see courses in poland.
 
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What does PBR MEAN AFTER A DOCTORS NAME
 
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why lots of students want to study in foreign country?
 
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why can't i speak good english at school
 
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What does PBR mean after my Dr.s name?
 
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where did a baby develop in mothers organs?
 
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We commonly use abbreviations such as Dx for diagnosis, Fx for fracture, Hx for history, Sx for symptoms, Tx for treatment or transplant and so forth. It is quite convenient to use those abbreviations in writing a medical chart. What I really don't understand is the reason why were those abbreviations such as Dx, Fx, Hx, Sx, Tx created by using "x"? I mean why an alphabet such as "D" followed by "x" means an abbreviation for diagnosis. Why does "x" mean an abbreviation? I can imagine that perhaps "x" means something special. But why should it be "x", not "y"? Do you agree that this "x" might be somewhat related to the old symbol "Rx" referring to prescription? I would appreciate it if you would provide me with some more information on my question.
 
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is it right to say,''He abetted in her suicide''?
 
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what is PBR after a doctor's name?
 
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hi what is MS Mch? what is the doctor called with MS Mch? thanks ishan
 
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What is TWOC?
 
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Hi, everyone. I really need your advice for completing my thesis. It's about language disorder, especially expressive and receptive language diaorder. But i'm lil bit confused on my object. Those kind of disorder mostly founded on students with dyslexia, aphasia, loss hearing etc. Can I use 'normal' student as my object? Because all the symptoms of that disorder also found in normal student who acquire new language.
 
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I write to inform you that you have been nominated by your department and the faculty to attend the Faculty Postgraduate retreat scheduled to hold on 20th April 2014 at the XYZ conference hall. Please note that your attendance at this workshop is compulsory and directly related to your studentship in your department. Kindly acknowledge the receipt and confirm your attendance of this Faculty retreat. Thank you. Faculty Officer For Dean
 
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ive just completed 2 years of a fd paramedic science degree but failed a final multi choice exam paper . total 20 questions, at the very end and only 20 credits in total . ive lodged a complaint as the final paper was two parts, first part ecg 80% pass mark and drug paper also 80% pass mark . on the first exam sit i passed my drug paper by more than 80% but failed the ecg paper by 1 question. then on my second resit i passed the ecg paper but failed my drug paper. my uni are now saying i had to pass these to two papers on the same day so ive now been stopped from qualifying . can anyone please advise me .
 
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Wondering where our aurora is in our body
 
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Hello! I'm currently developing an ESL pharmaceutical course for students who already work within the industry. The students will be intermediate and/or/to advanced English students. Does anyone have suggestions on topics and/or materials (books, videos, magazines,etc)? Thanks for your help! Nicole
 
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What's the difference between "Clinically proven" and "Medically proven"?
 
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what is best migraine treatment for a woman aged 38?
 
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