Rozzano Rufino Biazon said there should be a legal definition for serious
-- From enterocolitis to MRSA, serious infections are on the rise among inpatients with psoriasis, and psoriasis is an independent risk factor for serious
infections, according to findings from large retrospective studies from the United States and the United Kingdom.
Paramedics were called and the man was taken to the RVI where he received treatment for serious
head and facial injuries.
Based on the set of characteristics defined above, we propose the following taxonomy for serious
games, as shown in Figure 4.
Tim Luft, managing director of Serious Games International, said: "This is fantastic news for Serious
The Serious Games Institute at Coventry University is globally recognised asa Centre of Excellence for Serious
Games, Mobile Application, 3D animation and Virtual Worlds.
Marjan Blazevski in Dnevnik says that neither Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski nor Transport Minister Mile Janakieski proved they were serious politicians of a serious country that called serious tenders for serious
The draft guidance describes the minimum data elements required for serious
adverse event reports for dietary supplements.
Recent reports implying that infants with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection are less likely to have concurrent bacterial infection than are those without RSV may have moved some clinicians to stop screening for serious
bacterial infection in these patients.
"The first product specifically developed for serious
dark circles ...
In many instances tenants of "sick buildings" are at risk for serious
and sometimes fife-threatening illnesses.
OSHA will send a copy of citations and penalties to corporate headquarters for serious
"Serious has acquired the licensing rights to this year's best filmed entertainment properties and we are thrilled to offer CD Cardz based on this prestigious line-up of summer titles," said Pamela Henning, senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing and Communications for Serious
The bulk of the report presents data tables in six areas: (1) number of reported serious student offenses and number of student offenders; (2) characteristics of most commonly reported serious student offenses; (3) characteristics of students most frequently reported for serious
offenses; (4) number of suspensions and expulsions and number of students suspended/expelled; (5) infractions resulting in suspension/expulsion; and (6) characteristics of students most frequently suspended/expelled.