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transfer of risk


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transfer of risk

transfer of risk

transfer of risk

The transfer of property and risk

Risk of ectopic pregnancy lowest with transfer of single frozen blastocyst

Country-to-Country Transfer of Patients and the Risk of Multi-Resistant Bacterial Infection

Risk of Vaccinia Transfer to the Hands of Vaccinated Persons after Smallpox Immunization

Single embryo transfer reduces the risk of perinatal mortality, a population study

A simulation framework for mapping risks in clinical processes: the case of in-patient transfers

Choice Stepping Response and Transfer Times: Effects of Age, Fall Risk, and Secondary Tasks

THE CORRELATION BETWEEN FALL RISK AND THE USE OF TRANSFER AIDS AMONG ELDERLY PEOPLE

Neonatal health including congenital malformation risk of 1072 children born after vitrified embryo transfer

Chantarat, Sommarat. “Pro-Poor Risk Management: Essays on the Economics of Index-based Risk Transfer Products.” Cornell University. Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Honorable Mention

Transfer of patients with acute kidney injury to specialist renal services—physiological early-warning systems, applied prior to transfer from outside hospitals, can identify those at risk of deterioration*

Different perspectives of patients and health care professionals on the potential benefits and risks of blastocyst culture and multiple embryo transfer

Frozen–thawed embryo transfer: influence of clinical factors on implantation rate and risk of multiple conception

How should the number of embryos transferred to the uterus following in-vitro fertilization be determined to avoid the risk of multiple gestation?

Elective transfer of one embryo results in an acceptable pregnancy rate and eliminates the risk of multiple birth

High Risk of Embryo-Fetal Toxicity: Placental Transfer of T-2 Toxin and Its Major Metabolite HT-2 Toxin in BeWo Cells

 

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The passing from the seller of property to the buyer of the incidence of the loss if the property is damaged or destroyed. The Sale of Goods Act 1979 provides that, unless it is otherwise agreed, goods remain at the seller's risk until ownership passes to the buyer. After that they are at the buyer's risk, whether or not delivery has been made.

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