incompatibility


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Synonyms for incompatibility

Synonyms for incompatibility

Synonyms for incompatibility

the relation between propositions that cannot both be true at the same time

(immunology) the degree to which the body's immune system will try to reject foreign material (as transfused blood or transplanted tissue)

the quality of being unable to exist or work in congenial combination

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In this case report, a newborn who developed indirect hyperbilirubinemia due to incompatibility of E antigen, which is one of the minor blood groups, is presented because of the rarity of such cases, and minor blood group incompatibilities due to anti-E are reviewed.
Conclusion: ABO incompatibility as a common cause of jaundice was seen in 23% neonates.
The committee has before it five bills in total pertaining to incompatibility between holding public office and private ventures.
The design incompatibility related to frequency-dynamic characteristics caused the spacecraft Progress to be emergently and uncontrollably separated from the third stage of the carrier rocket after the launch, the announcement said.
The incompatibility, the abstention and the recusal are provided as procedural remedies through which an official subject of the judicial bodies is removed or refrains from resolving a criminal case.
de/2014/01/samsung-gibt-offizielles-statement-zu-problemen-mit-drittzubehoer/) press statement to the German tech site, All About Samsung that the newly released KitKat update is nothing to do with reported cases of incompatibility issues with third party cover cover cases, but still insisted that their users should go for the original accessories to avoid inconveniences.
The institution of incompatibility is the public interest's response to the need of preventing conflict of interests occurring during the exercise of public offices and functions, in compliance with the principles of neutrality, integrity, decisional transparency and public interest supremacy (art.
Following a 24 January ruling by the EU Court of Justice (Case C-25/2005) concerning the incompatibility of a tax debt in favour of Frucona Kosice, a spirit and alcohol producer in Slovakia, the European Commission re-examined its copy, on 16 October.
A qualitative study was conducted to explore supervisors' experiences of supervisee incompatibility in triadic supervision.
Unless incompatibility is understood and accounted for, a switch to a different grease can be disastrous.
The incompatibility profiles are based on available information concerning incompatibility or reactions with common materials or conditions; incompatibility or binary reactions with other chemical substances; incompatibility or reactions with structural materials such as metal, glass, and concrete; incompatibility or reactions with protective materials such as plastics, rubber, and coatings; the ability of chemical substances to accumulate dangerous static electrical charges; and the ability of a chemical to form unstable and potentially hazardous peroxides or to cause polymerization (when polymerization inhibitors are known or recommended, they are included).
We report a further equipment incompatibility between the V3-GISS triple lumen peripheral set from Go Medical Industries (Subiaco, WA) and the Smart Site needle-free valve port 200E from Alaris (Dublin, Ohio, USA) (Figure 1).
Although the baby was premature, the diagnosis that prompted her admission to the NICU was ABO incompatibility, a condition that can appear in both premature and fullterm babies and part of a broader family of conditions that includes Rh incompatibility [10].