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in an inadequate manner or to an inadequate degree


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announced today that it has filed an application with the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW) for the approval of an additional dosage of "Actemra Subcutaneous Injection," the humanized antihuman IL-6 receptor monoclonal antibody, in patients with rheumatoid arthritis who inadequately respond to the currently approved every other week dosing regimen.
there continues to be a growing chasm between clinically sophisticated anesthesiologists who may be inadequately versed in basic and molecular pharmacology, and anesthetic researchers who are well versed in the mechanistic details of anesthetic drug action, but inadequately informed about the clinical context in which these drugs are used.
The so-called Oskira programme will test fostamatinib as a treatment for rheumatoid arthritis (RA) in patients who have responded inadequately to disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs (DMARDs), including methotrexate (MTX).
They discovered the inspection hatches into the inner workings of the machine involved in the accident were inadequately guarded.
In one report on the Rites of Passage Residential Center in Los Angeles, auditors identified $7,354 in unallowable costs and $148,192 in unsupported or inadequately supported costs.
It claims the Commission committed errors of appraisal in regard to the operation of the equalisation system and inadequately investigated the matter.
Though there's reason to believe that nuclear materials are inadequately protected within our nuclear facilities, they're likely to be even more exposed when traveling on open public roads.
During pregnancy, the majority of women did not smoke (78%) or drink alcohol (61%), and 85% began receiving prenatal care in the first trimester; their average weight gain was about 15 kg Although 73% of the women remained adequately employed while pregnant, 4% became unemployed and 7% became inadequately employed--either switching to work paying poverty wages (6%) or switching to part-time work involuntarily (1%).
The court found that the inmate failed to allege that officials and employees directly participated in treating or refusing to treat him, or created or tolerated a policy or custom of inadequately treating sick or diseased prisoners.
Apparently the plan is to balance the budget on the nutritionally deprived uninsured backs of the inadequately medicated poor.
The thorough consideration of mezzo practice is particularly appreciated since group work is expanding in many agencies and is often inadequately addressed in practice methods classes and field seminars.
Unfortunately, there are also pastors who are inadequately compensated according to synodical remuneration guidelines and who, therefore, feel underappreciated.
Thousands of fans' lives are placed in danger because stewards at Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion are inadequately vetted, inadequately paid and inadequately trained.
The essays address the ecumenical and global dimensions of the role of bishops, which the editors claim have been inadequately attended to in ELCA debates over the full communion agreement between the ELCA and the Episcopal Church.
Most of what we do is a reaction to the concerns of the moment, for which we were inadequately prepared.