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Synonyms for externalize

to represent (an abstraction, for example) in or as if in bodily form

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make external or objective, or give reality to

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A recent large study reported on 238 patients who underwent open pyeloplasty drained with preoperative nephrostomy tube, no stent, an externalized feeding tube brought through the renal pelvis and DJ stent with nephrostomy tube.
The study will continue to evaluate the performance of Riata leads - both with and without externalized conductors - over the next two years to determine how they function over time, which may help further inform patient management considerations.
Externalized anger is expressed outwardly, toward people or things in the environment (e.
There have been no reports of patient injury or loss of therapy due to externalized conductors in these leads, but as a conservative measure, St.
Jude Medical reiterates that all leads with an externalized conductor, with or without an associated electrical abnormality, be reported to the company's Technical Services Department at 1-800-722-3774.
Product data and rules must be externalized in a solution like ProductAuthority where they can be exposed as Web Services and enable legacy systems to easily adapt to constantly changing products.
Among Countrywide's key criteria were: rules authoring decoupled from software development, so that business logic can be externalized from applications; a natural language interface that enables business decision makers to manage business logic themselves using plain English rather than programming code; platform-independent high performance; and a platform-independent rules language.
and the Need to Bridge It" with Randall Scott, CEO, Genomic Health; "In-Licensing Large Molecules" with Cavan Redmond, Vice President and General Manager, BioPharma Business Unit, Wyeth Pharmaceuticals; "Dealmaking at the Industry's Most Externalized Company" with Peter Hug, Head of Pharma Partnering, Roche; "Transforming -- and Financing -- by Acquisition" with John McLaughlin, CEO, AlgoRx-Corgentech; "The Challenge of Differentiating 2nd Generation Biologicals" with George Vergis, CEO, Neose; "Buying & Building Businesses Outside Traditional Pharma" with Nayan Gregory Parekh, PhD, Head of Corporate Mergers & Acquisitions, Novartis AG; and The 3rd Annual M&A Trends Survey with Stephen Sands, Managing Director, Lazard.
and the Need to Bridge It" with Randall Scott, CEO, Genomic Health; "In-Licensing Large Molecules" with Cavan Redmond, VP and General Manager, BioPharma Business Unit, Wyeth Pharmaceuticals; Dealmaking at the Industry's Most Externalized Company" with Peter Hug, Head of Pharma Partnering, Roche; "Transforming--and Financing--by Acquisition" with John McLaughlin, CEO, AlgoRx-Corgentech; "The Challenge of Differentiating 2nd Generation Biologicals" with George Vergis, CEO, Neose; and "Buying & Building Businesses Outside Traditional Pharma" with Nayan Gregory Parekh, PhD, Head of Corporate Mergers & Acquisitions, Novartis AG.
As the trend continues to deploy externalized Web services, companies need to ensure best practices, high performance, business interoperability and global governance.
These fast-changing elements are externalized as metadata policies and contracts, as well as business processes and reusable service interfaces.
Solving a variety of computer-related and storage-related business issues, S(3) storage costs less than one-third the solutions using traditional Fibre Channel and SCSI and provides network storage benefits typically found only in large enterprise storage environments -- benefits like externalized DAS (no distance limitations), virtualized disk-to-disk backup, remote mirroring, streaming video and volume management.
iSCSI Applications Include Externalized DAS, Mirroring, Virtual Management, Others
Atlas Metaprise Software is a Web-based application that enables global organizations to work more efficiently with their network of suppliers and distributors by implementing shared, externalized business processes.