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Hi, I’m a medical doctor in Japan. I have a question on usage of an article ‘the.’ We are going to host a congress of wound healing society in Japan and preparing a poster to introduce the congress. We’ve decided our theme of the congress ‘’A new borderless approach to the wound healing.’ We want to include our image of ‘cooperate with many co-workers multidisciplinary, do not restrict in ordinal clinical procedure but elucidate the effectiveness of new materials and techniques into a phrase of ‘borderless approach.’ In this case, do we need ‘the’ in front of ‘wound healing?’ Which is better ‘A new borderless approach to the wound healing’ or ‘A new borderless approach to wound healing?’ I will be glad to have your answer.
 
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Listing multiple doctors
 
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Sorbion® Sachet (H&R) Sorbion® Sachet Border, absorbent polymers in cellulose matrix , hypoallergenic polypropylene envelope, with adhesive border (for moderately to heavily exuding wounds), 10 cm × 10 cm = £2.95, 15 cm × 15 cm = £4.49, 15 cm × 25 cm = £6.99, 25 cm × 25 cm = £11.99 This is the description of Sorbion wound dressings. Could you please explain the meaning of "matrix" in Cellulose matrix.
 
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I've rashes on to my fase. I have oil skin what should I do to cure my face?
 
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a. to allay infection b. to allay the symptoms of infection c. both
 
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Hi I am John Just joined I am an English language teacher based in Thailand I have taught a number of doctors to improve their use of English for work with English speaking patients There is a need for this all over the world as people are traveling to countries for affordable health care. I am able to teach this specialized English to doctors and nurses and welcome any comments from users AstaHugo Look at my profile for information about me
 
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hello sir, i am working as a pharmacist in fernanadis hospital since 2.5 urs i need experience certificate but i don't know the format ply help
 
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I work as a pharmacy technician on wards for the NHS. On our Intranet, the stock is arrange by the types of medicine forms e.g. Orals, liquids, injections, dietary, etc. On the top of this list (column)it says " profile section ". I know if I click on" oral solids"- it gives you details about all solid forms- tablets, capsules. What is the meaning of " profile section" in this context. I checked the dictionaries but couldn't figure out the exact meaning of "profile section". Similarly blood profile, food profile, I don't know the meaning is similar or not? Thanks Jignesh
 
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1.i wondered did he loved me or not. 2.has your mom been invited to your wedding last week? Are that are make sentence correct?
 
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Endothelial injury results in vascular leakage by causing endothelial cell necrosis and detachment. Endothelial cells are damaged after severe injury such as with burns and some infections. In most cases, leakage begins immediately after the injury and persists for several hours (or days) until the damaged vessels are throm-bosed or repaired. Venules, capillaries, and arterioles can all be affected, depending on the site of the injury. Direct injury to endothelial cells may also induce a delayed prolonged leakage that begins after a delay of 2 to 12 hours, lasts for several hours or even days, and involves venules and capillaries. Examples are mild to moderate thermal injury , certain bacterial toxins, and x- or ultraviolet irradiation (i.e., the sunburn that has spoiled many an evening after a day in the sun). Endo-thelial cells may also be damaged as a consequence of leukocyte accumulation along the vessel wall. Activated leukocytes release many toxic mediators, discussed later, that may cause endothelial injury or detachment. What's the meaning of " mild to moderate thermal injury" here?
 
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Hi guys, hope you can help me. In German we tend to use overly long sentences which isn't so elegant in English. Does this translation sound right to you? "During the night, the tissue gets restored to its youthful functional state and signs of structural damage are thus sustainably reduced."
 
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I am a medical student in China, so occasionally, I would look up some English-to-Chinese medical terms on Wikipedia.A sentence in Wikipedia related to HBeAg confuses me. ([link]) On the right part of the web page: A simplified drawing of the HBV particle and surface antigen. Purple = Lipid Envelope, Red = Nucleocapsid Core (Note: This drawing is slightly misleading in that the nucleocapsid core is a single entity even though it is depicted as a light blue icosahedral line shape and a red ring of circles). ***(1)Does this sentence is correct? This drawing is slightly misleading in that the nucleocapsid core is a single entity... It appears to me that the preposition "in" in this sentence is redundant. Am I right? ***(2)What's right interpretation the writer wants to convey? a) That the nucleocapsid core is a single entity is right in itself b) That the nucleocapsid core is a single entity is wrong, because it is depicted as a light blue icosahedral line shape and a red ring of circles Thanks!
 
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Figure 35-4 shows a designated end of each light and heavy chain, called the variable portion; the remainder of each chain is called the constant portion. The variable portion is different for each specific antibody, and it is this portion that attaches specifically to a particular type of antigen. The constant portion of the antibody determines other properties of the antibody, establishing such factors as antibody diffusivity in the tissues, adherence to specific structures within the tissues, attachment to the complement complex, ease with which the antibodies pass through membranes, and other biological properties of the antibody. A combination of noncovalent and cova-lent bonds (disulfide) holds the light and heavy chains together. This is a paragraph from  Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology . what's the meaning of establishing such factors as  in above sentences?  Thanks!
 
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Because acquired immunity does not develop until after invasion by a foreign organism or toxin, it is clear that the body must have some mechanism for recognizing this invasion. Each toxin or each type of organism almost always contains one or more specific chemical compounds in its makeup that are different from all other compounds. In general, these are proteins or large poly-saccharides, and it is they that initiate the acquired immunity. These substances are called antigens(antibody generations). -- guyton and hall textbook of medical physiology As an non-native English speaker, the bold words from above paragraph did border me a lot. (1)Typically, is always followed with me/it/he/she, but in this case, it's totally different. (2)What dose this they in bold refer to?
 
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Dear friends, Hope you are fine and healthy. Could you please do me a favor and fill up the following online questionnaire which is a part of my research project? It will take not more than 10 mins. The link is as follows: [link] Thank you very much in advance. Best, Nasser Salimi A. ...
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Hello, I have some sentences that I would like to rephrase in order that they don't look casual. These are: The stardadized ECG was OK. The lab was clean, as well as the X-ray of the lungs and general status. In the family on his mother's side there were heart diseases. The neurological exam and findings by multiple cardiologists were normal. The pain in the chest with a normal echocardiography led amongst others to CCTA at father and subsequently son. Thank you!
 
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who was first prime minister of India ?
 
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Does anyone work as a teacher for English for Healthcare professionals? Can we discuss how to find online students or international posts?
 
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Hello, How to use abbreviatin - as and when needed in med. prescription? sagar dey
 
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Hello, I was advised by my boss to send out the following email to a group of medical staff and faculties. Please advise I hereby send this poll for the first OSMB teleconference for the "Evaluation of HIV-associated Cardiac Dysfunction in Women" study. We are allocating 2 hours for this meeting, but we do not anticipate that the conference will require full time.
 
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What does PBR mean behind a doctors name
 
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we can controll it over a "matter of days".
 
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Hi everybody, Could anyone explain the main differences between these three words? If you want to say that someone is physically handicapped... wouldn´t that be a disabled person??? Gracias!
 
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Hello? please tell me, how grammatically correct to say that "patient can receive the carry"
 
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my grandfather sick
 
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