Tapering


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Tapering

Forms exhibiting a gradual diminution in thickness, or reduction in cross section, as in a spire or column.
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* Provide education about the process of tapering and symptoms of withdrawal.
Of the remaining 41 patients, all had a discussion with the MD about ethical principles, practice guidelines, and the importance of opioid tapering. After the discussion, patients decided whether to continue with the plan to taper their opioid therapy or to not taper their therapy and so receive a referral to an MPC.
The work reported in this article demonstrates the potential of asymmetric side edge tapering for drag reduction when a vehicle is subject to an onset flow with a realistic yaw angle distribution.
Figure 5 depicts the comparison of the different types of CECCAA beamformers by using different tapering techniques described in Section 3.
Patients in the tapering group also achieved fewer consecutive weeks of self-reported opioid abstinence (2.7 vs 5.0), were more likely to require transfer to a more intensive treatment program (28% vs 5%), and were less likely to complete the trial (11% vs 66%).
The impact of the withdrawal of quantitative easing, or QE tapering, is
* Treasuries pare losses amid speculation of Fed tapering pace
MarKets have recovered strongly from previous concern over Fed tapering of the monthly $85bn of bond purchases.
It had weakened on account of Fed tapering and slowdown in Chinese economy despite positive indicators in Australian economy.
Bosch, A., 2008, Efficacy of a modified tapering protocol on swimming performance, SAJSM vol.
Belka said that that since Poland was not much of a beneficiary of quantitative easing, tapering would not affect it as much as it would some other emerging markets.