(1) In addition to the 89 cases of sudden and unexpected death before the age of 50 (preceded by some modification of the patient's life style in 29 cases), 11 cases were symptomatic and 5 were transplanted with a good result.
(2) More disturbing than his ideas was Malema's style and tone.
(3) In a poll before the debate, 48% predicted that Merkel, who will become Europe's longest serving leader if re-elected on 22 September, would emerge as the winner of the US-style debate, while 26% favoured Steinbruck, a former finance minister who is known for his quick-wit and rhetorical skills, but sometimes comes across as arrogant.
(4) Correlations between measures of learning style and academic performance yielded low, nonsignificant positive correlations and were found to be inadequate predictors of academic performance.
(5) To a large extent, the failure has been a consequence of a cold war-style deadlock – Russia and Iran on one side, and the west and most of the Arab world on the other – over the fate of Bashar al-Assad , a negotiating gap kept open by force in the shape of massive Russian and Iranian military support to keep the Syrian regime in place.
(6) Similarly, while those in the City continue to adopt a Millwall FC-style attitude of "no one likes us, we don't care", there is no incentive for them to heed the advice and demands of the public, who those in the Square Mile prefer to dismiss as intemperate ignoramuses.
(7) True Love Impulse Body Spray, Simple Kind to Skin Hydrating Light Moisturiser and VO5 Styling Mousse Extra Body marked double-digit price rises on average across the four chains.
(8) 2) Trebling of alcohol treatment places to match the expansion in drug treatment, and US-style street pastor teams using vetted ex-offenders to reach disaffected young people.
(9) Portugal's slide towards a Greek-style second bailout accelerated after its principal private lenders indicated that they were growing weary of assurances from Lisbon that it could get on top of the country's debts.
(10) ICR 12, one of a panel of rat monoclonal antibodies recognizing the external domain of the human c-erb B2 proto-oncogene product, (Styles, 1990) was chosen as a candidate for radiolabeling with 124I for positron emission tomography of selected patients with breast cancer.
(11) The video is done in the style of a news report for Russia's Kremlin-controlled Channel One channel, which normally praises Putin in every broadcast.
(12) PES scores were inversely related to reporting symptoms and unrelated to measures of response style.
(13) Group psychotherapy is a treatment modality used to assist patients in learning how they are perceived, what interactions and communication styles are effective, and which behaviors are acceptable.
(14) It was suggested that treatment outcome in a multidisciplinary pain clinic is more immediately related to patients' coping styles and their choice of pain treatment modalities than to their demographics and personalities.
(15) But similar accusations have been levelled by Anders Fogh Rasmussen , the secretary general of Nato, and by pro-shale officials in Romania and Lithuania , as cold war-style tensions have ratcheted.
(16) Trousers were cropped or rolled at the ankle, a styling trick that is emerging as a trend across the shows.
(17) While there are many potential causative factors, erroneous concepts of IOL positioning and design appear to have led to PBK with many iris-supported and anterior chamber lens styles.
(18) Valls immediately attacked Hamon as an idealist who couldn’t win the presidential election and styled himself as the voice of the serious left in government.
(19) Napthine chose not to directly criticise Tony Abbott – it’s not his style – but the coolness was clear.
(20) #WhitePrideWorldWide.” Anonymous replied in true vigilante style on Sunday, by taking control of the KKK Twitter account and replacing the logo with its own.
(n.) A small poniard; a stiletto.
(n.) An instrument for examining wounds and fistulas, and for passing setons, and the like; a probe, -- called also specillum.
(n.) A stiff wire, inserted in catheters or other tubular instruments to maintain their shape and prevent clogging.
(n.) Any small, more or less rigid, bristlelike organ; as, the caudal stylets of certain insects; the ventral stylets of certain Infusoria.
(1) The use of wire stylets to facilitate passage of these tubes has increased the chances of unrecognized tracheal intubations, particularly in obtunded patients.
(2) A nasotracheal intubation using the stylet component of a recently introduced airway device, the Augustine Guide, was successfully performed.
(4) The first lighted stylet was described some 30 years ago, and the method of transillumination as an aid in difficult intubation developed over the following years.
(5) This is believed to be the first reported use of this method using the Augustine stylet.
(6) There is controversy as to whether angiographic needles without stylets produce more arterial damage than those with stylets.
(7) They suck, by means of a stylet acting as a piston, all components of the muscle cell which develops into a nurse cell, into their oral cavity.
(8) At operation the cranial part of the stylet lay in the fourth ventricle, compressing the facial nerve as well as the nucleus of the abducens nerve.
(9) With the aid of a fiberoptic laryngoscope and stylet within an endotracheal tube, a video camera, a monitor, and a recorder to correlate the effects of various manipulations of the airway on access to the trachea, a suitable approach was devised.
(10) X marks the spot where sea slug A gently inserts its penile stylet into sea slug B's forehead.
(11) The metallic-weighted tips and stiffening introducing stylets create the potential for misplacement with potentially serious consequences.
(12) Although not statistically significant, our results suggest a useful role for the lighted stylet in nasotracheal intubation in the apneic patient.
(13) The successful use of guided nasotracheal intubation using a flexible lighted stylet is described, and its application to the critically injured patient is emphasized.
(14) An optical stylet was developed which can be inserted into an endotracheal tube, and the passage through the vocal cords and position of the cuff in the trachea could be controlled visually.
(15) PVDF receives acoustic energy from the US scanner and transmits an electrical signal through the stylet and a shielded cable to the scanner, which results in appearance of a bright echo on the monitor at the location of the needle tip.
(16) Clinical experience with a method of guided orotracheal intubation using a rigid-wire lighted stylet prompted us to develop a technique to confirm correct intratracheal placement of an endotracheal tube using a new flexible lighted stylet designed for nasotracheal intubation.
(17) Both a unique locking stylet to allow traction without lead elongation and a sheath to dilate and detach adherent fibrous tissue are needed for consistent success.
(18) When a stylet was inserted the proximal echo disappeared as the diffracting edges decreased to a single echo.
(19) Reentry into the bladder is effected by a perforating guidewire (transseptal stylet).
(20) A miniaturized motor in a 20-mL syringe produces low-speed rotation of the distal helical stylet for tissue acquisition.