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consort

1. esp formerly
a. a small group of instruments, either of the same type, such as viols, (a whole consort) or of different types (a broken consort)
b. (as modifier): consort music
2. the husband or wife of a reigning monarch
3. a ship that escorts another
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Otra cosa que no hace la declaracion de CONSORT 2010, es ofrecer una estructura formal prescriptiva de como informar ECC; al parecer esto ha sido intencional por parte de los autores.
Consort Medical plc is a leading, global, single source drug and delivery device company (CDMO).
Armonico Consort believe that the mix of soloists, choral singing, and period instruments will make its Messiah an authentic musical experience, closely recreating the sound world of Handel's own existence.
Consort Medical plc is a UK company listed on the London Stock Exchange focused on developing and manufacturing disposable medical devices for drug delivery including inhaled, nasal and injectables products through its core operating division Bespak.
The deal is valued at GBP230 million, and the closing of the transaction, which is expected to occur in November, is conditional on the approval of Consort Medical's shareholders and clearance by the German competition authorities.
Consort Medical is focused on developing and manufacturing disposable medical devices for drug delivery including inhaled, nasal and injectables products through its core operating division Bespak.
CONSORT (Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials)statement provides a framework of essential elements for reporting of RCT.
HEATING rm Consort Equipment Products is gearing up for a business boost as it invests PS1m in the latest technology.
The CONSORT recommendations have been endorsed by the World Association of Medical Editors, the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, and the Council of Science Editors [7].
The Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials (CONSORT) Statement--and its extensions--are the preeminent guidelines for reporting RCTs; they are based on empirical evidence and expert consensus about biases related to validity (Schulz, Altman, Moher, for the CONSORT Group, 2010).
A study by Hopewell and colleagues (5) assessed the endorsement of the CONSORT Statement in 2008 in medical journals with a high impact factor.