Isr.

Isr.

abbr.
1. Israel
2. Israeli
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United Therapeutics (UTHR) announced approval by the FDA of a new drug application, or NDA, for the use of Remodulin injection in the Implantable System for Remodulin, or ISR. The ISR has been developed under a collaboration with Medtronic (MDT).
Cubic's strengthened ISR services will provide a robust AAS ISR platform with a highly expeditionary footprint to satisfy the increasing demand for ISR.
Receiver-operating characteristic (ROC) curve analysis was used to evaluate the best cutoff PDW value for predicting ISR. Logistic regression analysis was used to identify risk factors for ISR.
Other options in this class of tables charge extra for many functions that are standard on the ISR. The G3's four-way floating tabletop motion is operated via a table-mounted panning hand controller that effortlessly operates all table of the functions including pan, up/down, Trendelenberg, lateral, and isocentric roll.
JP 2-01 mandates that "all intelligence personnel and consumers" generate "timely feedback to the joint force J-2 staff regarding both successes and problems with the functioning of the intelligence process." (10) JP 2-01.3 provides a basic framework for operational assessment via MoP and measures of effectiveness (MoE) but stops short of any specific approach for ISR. (11) As noted in the RAND study, the rapid pace of operations coupled with the enormous difficulty of assessing product value at the operational level for such a wide-ranging and complex DOD ISR enterprise has caused a drift away from doctrinal requirements.
Therefore, we evaluated serum VEGF levels in patients who underwent angiographic follow-up for more than 12 months after DES implantation, and we investigated the relationship between circulating VEGF levels and long-term ISR.
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It is not based on DNA and is not as accurate as ISR. KW identifies a particular serotype in only 80% of cases.
This U-2 example illustrates a decades-old systemic problem with ISR. During the Cold War, limited availability of collection assets and an Industrial Age approach to intelligence production favored long-term indications and warning problems focused on large-signature collection targets such as Soviet tank divisions.
Both the Obama administration's strategic guidance and the heavily advertised shift in focus to the Pacific Ocean put a premium on intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities, also called ISR. While Navy and Air Force leaders contemplate how to monitor thousands of square miles of ocean in the future, other combatant commanders are waiting to get their hands on ISR platforms that have long been needed elsewhere.
The commander mandated that the 103d ESC seek all seven capabilities of protection: synchronization of route clearance, presence, close air support, air weapons teams, airborne electronic attack, civil engagement, and the G-2's priority, ISR. Despite the section's constraints, it formulated an aggressive approach with the end state of expanding the ISR program it inherited.