He said that the Mines and Geology Division has a role to play in the development approval process for the built environment, and the storm surge information would assist in designating areas that are prone
to wave heights of a certain elevation as 'no-build zones'.
After completion of the prone
breast MRI the patient was taken out of the magnet.
An equal number of patients, who underwent prone
PCNL during the same period and bearing similar demographic and clinical attributes, were taken as controls (group B).
Foramen enlargement ratio = Modified knee-chest position − prone
Vacuum-assisted biopsy with patients in the prone
position has a known limitation of being unable to target lesions that are far posterior in depth or close to the axilla due to limited positioning.
Thus, the available scientific evidence suggests that early combination of using protective ventilatory strategy with a sustained driving pressure of less than 16 cm [H.sub.2]O and prone
positioning for periods of 16 to 20 hours in patients with severe acute respiratory distress syndrome results in benefits on mortality reduction  and postoperative status should not deter intensivists from proning a patient with severe ARDS.
African American mothers were more likely to intend to use prone
position, compared with white mothers (adjusted odds ratio, 2.5; 95% confidence interval, 1.57-3.85).
INTERVENTION AND OUTCOME: The patient was treated with prone
traction and prone
knee flexion adjustments.
They make impossible what I was taught is a good prone
position, which relies on keeping the supporting elbow directly under the rifle to maximize bone, not muscle, support.
The study found that the "significant risk" of placing babies to sleep on their sides or face-down, otherwise referred to as the prone
position, doubled when infants were swaddled, while the SIDS risk associated with swaddling increased with age.
like everybody else, I am prone
to making mistakes.