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extended role n.

extended role n.

extended role n.

Taxonomic Indexing—Extending the Role of Taxonomy

Stranded in isolation: structural role of isolated extended strands in proteins

Agrifood Grades and Standards in the Extended Mercosur: Their Role in the Changing Agrifood System

Role of β-lactamase inhibitors in enterobacterial isolates producing extended-spectrum β-lactamases

The role of human and social capital in growth: extending our understanding

Extended-spectrum beta-lactamases: the role of inhibitors in therapy.

Disclosing donation decisions: the role of organ donor prototypes in an extended theory of planned behaviour

Extending the role of peritoneal dialysis: can we win hearts and minds?

The politics of diversity in Australia: extending the role of community practice

Highlights: burden of venous thromboembolism and role of extended-duration thromboprophylaxis in acute medically ill patients

NURS-16. THE ROLE OF A ‘RESEARCH EXTENDER’ IN A PEDIATRIC NEURO-ONCOLOGY PROGRAM

Role of 5′-TGN-3′ motif in the interaction of mycobacterial RNA polymerase with a promoter of ‘extended —10’ class

Integration of heterogeneous expression data sets extends the role of the retinol pathway in diabetes and insulin resistance

Role of Extended Culture Time on Synergy of Fluconazole and Human Monocyte-Derived Macrophages in Clearing Candida albicans

Role of pre-operative assessment in the surgical management of leiomyoma extended to the right heart chambers: a compendium of information from isolated reports

Role of extended external loop recorders for the diagnosis of unexplained syncope, pre-syncope, and sustained palpitations

 

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(of the nurse) activities concerned with patients, either in hospital or the community, that are appropriate for delegation by doctors to nurses. Agreement on the delegated responsibilities is reached locally by consultation between medical and nursing professions.

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