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adverse

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But it has not been quite so often remarked that this power (fallible, like every other human attribute) is for the most part absolutely incapable of self-revision; and that when it has delivered an adverse opinion which by all human lights is subsequently proved to have failed, it is undistinguishable from prejudice, in respect of its determination not to be corrected.
You came into this world with the same dispositions, and you passed your younger days together surrounded by the same adverse circumstances.
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The Australian Human Rights Commission has welcomed the Attorney-General s announcement that the Australian Government will provide an independent review process for refugees who have been refused a permanent visa as a result of an adverse security assessment by ASIO.
has submitted comments to the FDA regarding the agency's estimated burden associated with adverse event reporting and recordkeeping for dietary supplements as required by the Dietary Supplement and Nonprescription Drug Consumer Protection Act (DSND-CPA), published in the Federal Register on March 23, 2012.
One of the key difficulties in conducting specific searches for adverse effects stems from the absence of adverse effects terms in the title, abstract, and indexing of relevant articles.
In a study of 100,000 Medicare patients hospitalized in 3,648 hospitals, researchers found Blacks had a higher risk than Whites of suffering from a health care-associated infection or adverse drug event.
The adverse effect profiles of antiepileptic drugs are often determining factors in drug selection, and yet adverse effects may be overlooked in everyday clinical practice," Joyce A.
MADRID -- Adverse events are more common in patients who take older antiepileptic drugs or who take more than one antiepileptic, compared with those on monotherapy or newer agents.
Transitions of care and patient hand-offs from one care environment to another can be a source of preventable adverse medication events.
Pregnant women reporting abuse are at increased risk for certain adverse pregnancy outcomes: When compared with women who report no abuse, those reporting verbal abuse are more likely to deliver an infant of low birth weight, and those reporting physical abuse bear infants with a higher neonatal death rate, according to an observational study conducted from December 2000 to March 2002.
The first involves the designation of the point of departure as a NOEL (no observed effect level) versus a LOAEL (lowest observed adverse effect level).