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gnaw (at) (someone's) vitals

To greatly or deeply trouble someone; to affect in someone an intense feeling of anguish or despair. Seeing the suffering of so many people overseas gnawed at her vitals day and night, so she decided to join the Red Cross so she could finally help in some way.
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Apple's Health app can now incorporate fifteen of iHealth's key vitals data, including: blood glucose, blood pressure, heart rate, steps, distance, active calories, sleep analysis, weight, BMI, body fat, lean body mass and oxygen saturation.
Billian elected to take the Vitals hospital news portion of their paid-access hospital database product public to offer online visitors and prospects (namely, healthcare business-to-business professionals) a personalized healthcare news experience.
Advanced Device Crawlers already monitors the internal vitals -- the physical microenvironment -- of network devices from Dell, HP, Cisco, APC and Extreme Networks, among others.
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25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Practice Fusion, the nation's largest cloud-based electronic health record (EHR) platform, is partnering with Vitals, a leader in providing online transparency tools and data that help consumers find top doctors and make informed decisions about their medical care.
By integrating clinical data entry and review, nursing and medical staff can easily tie together medications and vitals, or intake and output, for improved decision making.
has received FDA 510(k) clearance of SmartLinx Vitals Plus, an innovative patient monitoring system that uniquely integrates vital signs monitoring and clinical documentation into one scalable platform.
In SmartLinx Vitals Plus, we developed a fully integrated mobile system that streamlines the patient monitoring and clinical documentation process through a clinician-friendly, flexible workflow -- complete with an early warning scoring system -- that presents vitals data all on one screen, right at the point-of-care.
According to Vitals, an online service that connects patients with physicians, hospitals and other health specialists and facilities, some states are making significant strides against skin cancer.
He is a recipient of Vitals[TM] Patients' Choice Award (2011-present); awarded to the top 5% of the nation's physicians and Vitals[TM] Compassionate Doctor Recognition (2011-present); awarded to the top 3% of the nation's physicians, Vitals Top Ten Award (2014-present); awarded to the Top 1% of the nations physicians.
Rather than pulling out a shot-out vitals section and replacing with a new one, the target features reversible head and butt plates.
Vitals, a New Jersey-based firm that provides physician ratings to help consumers shop for medical care, has acquired price transparency company Compass Healthcare Advisers of Bedford.