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one who supports and adheres to another

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Thus conservative management of morbidly adherent placenta has a role where fer tility is to be preserved and there is no uncontrollable haemorrhaging.
Patients on a moderate intensity of statin therapy were slightly more adherent than were patients on low- or high-intensity therapy.
Conclusion: Uterine atony and morbidly adherent placenta were the main reasons for emergency obstetric hysterectomy (EOH) in our set up.
In patients with abnormal placentation, placenta is firmly bound to the defective decidua basalis layer or even the myometrium, giving rise to varying degrees of adherent placenta.
Material and Methods: A total of 54 patients with morbidly adherent placenta were studied retrospectively.
* Allows adherent cells to grow over the entire microcarrier surface
Researchers also found that cardiovascular disease deaths increased by 17 per cent for every 10 micrograms per cubic metre increase in long-term average PM2.5 exposure in those least adherent, compared to five per cent among the most adherent.
The researchers found that the adherent group had 215 initial admissions versus 268 index admissions in the non-adherent group.
reveals that commercially insured people who were adherent to their oral diabetes medications experienced significantly fewer emergency room visits and inpatient hospitalizations, and spent nearly $500 less on total health care costs compared to nonadherent patients, potentially avoiding more than $210 million in health care spending in 2016.
Louis, Missouri-based integrated pharmacy benefit management services provider Express Scripts (NASDAQ: ESRX) has released new research that shows that commercially insured people who were adherent to their oral diabetes medications experienced significantly fewer emergency room visits and inpatient hospitalisations, and spent nearly USD 500 less on total healthcare costs compared to nonadherent patients, the company said.
"When following individual vaccinated women, they were five times less likely to be adherent to cervical cancer screening after HPV vaccination," Dr.
drugs to control their blood pressure, and a three-fold increased risk in the tenth year, compared with adherent patients, Science Daily reported.
Participants were considered adherent if they used their treatment at least 4 hours per night at least 80% of the time in the 6 months preceding posttreatment testing.
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The Mobius 2000 Liter Single-Use Bioreactor is a stirred tank bioreactor that provides flexibility by configuring software, hardware, and single-use assemblies for use in suspension and adherent cell-culture applications for drug manufacturing.