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an acutely pointed Gothic arch, like a lance

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a surgical knife with a pointed double-edged blade

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When meter users select a meter based on lancet size, satisfaction is 75 points higher, on average, than when selection is not based on lancet size.
Lancet Homes was founded in 2014 as the house-building arm of the long-established Brookhouse Group, a privately-owned property development and investment company with history dating back to 1932.
If Safe in Common's 'Top 10 Golden Rules for Safety' can be considered a scorecard for sharps safety devices, the SurgiLance safety lancet arguably earned a perfect score, and this white paper explains why we believe so," said MediPurpose founder and CEO Patrick Yi.
Editor's Note: In a commentary published in The Lancet, Dr.
In the Lancet Oncology, a review of case-control studies, cohort studies, and randomized trials of aspirin use showed significant reductions in the risk of colorectal cancer, as well as significant reductions in the risk of esophageal, gastric, biliary, and breast cancer.
The Lancet issued this statement: "Following the judgement of the General Medical Council, it has become clear that several elements of the 1998 study by Wakefield et al are incorrect, contrary to the findings of an earlier investigation".
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The SurgiLance safety lancet has found long-term success in all sectors of the healthcare market and has provided more than 500 million consumers with a safe, simple and effective tool for blood testing.
But perhaps the most alarming example is the World Bank, which, according to a report in The Lancet this year, has failed to fulfill a 2000 promise to boost funding for malaria control.
Starting in August 2005, The Lancet "will require authors of clinical trials submitted to The Lancet to include a clear summary of previous research findings, and to explain how their trial's findings affect this summary.
The study was reported in the British medical journal, The Lancet.
AB has proven effective as a method of AIDS control in such countries as Uganda and has been endorsed by the prestigious medical journal, The Lancet.
Cervical cancer, Lancet, 2003 Jun 28;361(9376):2217-25.
CANCER BREAKTHROUGH: A new test that identifies DNA changes in your stool could lead to a noninvasive way of screening for colon cancer, according to a study in the April 17 issue of The Lancet.
Presenting their findings in the Lancet in February 1998, the investigators suggested that both autism and the GI symptoms might be linked to the MMR vaccine (Lancet 351[9103]:637-41, 1998).