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SCR

abbreviation for
1. (Education) (in British universities) senior common room
2. (Electronics) silicon controlled rectifier
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"INC Research has continued to grow our relationship with SCRS because our two organizations are well aligned in our shared commitment to site sustainability and providing sites across the globe a stronger voice in the clinical development process," said Clare Grace, vice president, site and patient access, INC Research/'Our initial focus will be on connecting with sites in the Asia/Eacific region.
"The Ambassador Program offers a unique opportunity for organizations to participate in an unprecedented experience supporting site development and sustainability at a local and regional level," said Christine Pierre, president, SCRS. "INC Research has been very supportive of our mission to further expand our efforts globally.
The SCR contains essential information, including medications, allergies and adverse reactions, which is a subset of information from a patient's GP electronic record.
The SCR offers a secure way of providing access to a patient's record, when necessary, in the course of treating patients in unscheduled and emergency situations.
Designed as emergency care summaries, SCRs carry basic details of a patient's current and recent medications, any allergies they have as well as any poor reactions to specific medicines they may have had in the past.
Vanadia based SCR catalysts are well known for their NOx reduction capability and have been the subject of extensive reviews [13-14].
Currently, 52% of GP practices in Middlesbrough and 67% of surgeries in Redcar and Cleveland offer SCRs to patients who want them.
The success of projects in Middlesbrough, Hartlepool, Stockton on Tees and in Redcar and Cleveland means that Teesside is among the top 20 areas in England for SCRs.
Copper oxide is active for the partial oxidation of acetone (a common classroom experiment) and the dehydrogenation of n-hexane and cycloalkanes, but the authors are unaware of a study devoted to diesel hydrocarbon conversion by CuZ SCR catalysts.
Under the ROD, Shell is required to reduce N[O.sub.x] emissions, which led it to partner with Johnson Matthey in March for a test installation of three urea SCR systems.