The judgement of sick and severely sick birds is a subjective clinical assessment.
When the tube (12) is properly positioned in the patient, the light (28) will create a visible glow at the patient's sternal notch (130).
A typical treatment involves the optical module being placed on a diseased eye of a patient by a clinician to project illumination on a diseased portion of the eye.
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committee of the estate of a patient
patient end of a tracheal tube
The apparatus then cuts the diseased tissue after stapling and retains the diseased tissue within the apparatus.
A method and apparatus for accomplishing endotracheal suctioning of a patient without having to disconnect the patient from a respirator (33).
Disclosed is a patient bed.
patient with disease patterns of varying aetiology
emanating waves from patient's brains
A method of treating smallpox in a mammalian patient in need thereof comprising administering a therapeutically effective dose of gemcitabine to the patient.
A patient unit receives input signals from patient monitoring connections and outputs the signals to a procedure unit.
The subject pallet (82) is moved through the first modality subject receiving bore (24) for imaging in the first modality.
A patient programmer for facilitating patient control over an implanted medical device, such as an implanted spinal cord stimulator or the like, is disclosed.
This infor-mation is used to locate fragments potentially inherited from a common diseased founder, and to map the disease gene into the most likely such fragment.
A computed radiography patient identification system which matches a patient (24) with an X-ray image of the patient stored in a stimulable storage phosphor (42).
A ventilator for ventilating the lungs of a patient including a valve member connected to a fluid source and to the patient.
Actuation of the syringe (1) by the patient discharges a fixed volume of drug via a non-return valve (5) to the patient.
Diseased tissue is liquefied in the presence of non-diseased tissue by contact with a paddle (30) moving with angular velocity.
There is also provided a means (313) for releasably securing the sleeve around the limb of a patient with the chamber encircling the limb.
The reduction is obtained by pre-treatment or pre-conditioning, without injection, of a subject with the allergen so as to reduce immune responses in the subject upon additional exposure to the allergen.
The assembly includes a cannula (34) having a patient end, a non-patient end, and a sidewall (48) extending therebetween defining a cannula interior (50).
Accordingly, the functional cot of the present invention is very effective for the patient who cannot easily move and provides a comfortable rest and sleep to the patient.
A method for imaging diseased tissue is provided.
European charter of rights of hospital patients
rejection of medical treatment
In some cases, the subject is a patient.