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PRN

(PRiNter) The DOS name for the first connected parallel port. See DOS device names.
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Also, PRN's programming team will produce custom programming highlighting Costco's unique services and department offerings, network branding, consumer electronics education, plus custom HD entertainment and sports programming drawn from PRN's over 150 premier content providers.
The importance of reaching consumers while they shop cannot be overstated, PRN executives say.
Nurses can access the PRN through two primary paths: self-referral or referral by the SBON.
1995, 1998) indicated that PRN exposure results in adverse effects on most compartments of the immune system, including macrophages, B lymphocytes, and T-helper lymphocytes.
The Wisconsin Diabetes Registry (1996) is also an example of a PRN focusing on health-related issues.
* Combine PRN short-acting oral opioids with maintenance opioids for break-through pain.
"We view this as a powerful messaging platform for the retailer, where they can promote their private label goods, new products and in-store specials," says Natalie Egelston, general manager of PRN's Supermarket Network.
PRN has had its own struggles as it tries to attract more union members.
The good news, said Mark Flaherty, general counsel for Physicians for Responsible Negotiation (PRN), a physician union started by the AMA, is that the report narrowly defined "collective bargaining," to refer only to groups of otherwise unaffiliated physicians.
The recommended dose of Palgic is 4 mg prn for adults and 2 mg prn for children (ages 1 to 6 years).