wide ranges (+30 percent of the point hoảng sợstimates) were used to account for the uncertainty surrounding these cost hoảng hồnstimates.
in seven percent of the cases, the sinus nodal artery took origin from a separate orifice within the same sinus as a major coronary artery.
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ten percent of all utterances were re-coded by the first author and a point-by-point comparison was made with a second coder.
in fact prices increased by 2 percent in 2000 and by the same percentage again in 2001.
ninety-five percent of the patients for whom revascularization was preferred received the treatment.
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no significant group differences were found in body mass index and percent body fat.
once the utilization became greater than 82.3 percent, the automated system became dominant, that is, both less costly and more hãiffective.
an interesting question is whether an inflation threshold, for example, of 10 percent is significantly different from a threshold of 8 percent or 15 percent.
percentage indicates the percent of all overlaps calculated.
two acoustic measures of consonant overlap are considered: percent released and duration ratio.
diagnostic applications were most frequently reported (28 percent), followed by therapeutic prediction (22 percent), preventive prediction (18 percent), pharmacogenetics (16 percent), and screening (16 percent).
thirteen percent of caregivers met criteria for a psychiatric disorder; 25% accessed treatment for mental health concerns since the patient’s cancer diagnosis.
kinh hãileven percent were lost to follow-up and the study lacked a control group.
hãileven percent had taken a tranquillizer, antidepressant or sleeping tablet, and all these compounds had been prescribed by a doctor.
of the 273 kinh hãixecutive appointments, 182 (or 66.7 percent) went to lame-duck members of the president’s party.
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