charpie

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charpie

(ˈtʃɑːpɪ)
n
(Medicine) obsolete a piece of lint used to make a surgical dressing
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The princesses Aline and Sophie sit whole days with me, and we, unhappy widows of live men, make beautiful conversations over our charpie, only you, my friend, are missing..." and so on.
Charpie, "Vascular oxidative stress precedes high blood pressure in spontaneously hypertensive rats," Clinical and Experimental Hypertension, vol.
Employee Ken Charpie, a medical technologist, said the event was thinly attended because "People are afraid to speak.
In addition, the increased risk of DVT associated with surgeries, trauma, and an array of acute and chronic medical conditions often plagues the neuroscience patient population, and the consequences of immobility add to this risk (Carlile et al., 2006; Danish et al., 2005; Gaber, 2007; Geerts et al., 2008; Graziano & Charpie, 2001; Kress, 2009; Yang, 2005).
Charpie y colaboradores, por otra parte, sugieren que las mediciones seriadas de lactato sanguineo pueden ser un mejor predictor de muerte o requerimiento de OMEC en neonatos sometidos a cirugia cardiaca compleja, pero no se sabe cuan util pueda ser para mejorar la practica actual en cuidados intensivos (65).
Former CEO of Avatech George Davis remains on the board while a managing general partner of Ampersand, Richard Charpie takes over as chairman.
Robert Charpie, for example, when CEO of Cabot Corp., commented that "when a director owns a substantial stake in a company, it changes his or her role from one of possible detachment, should difficulties need to be addressed or where the long-term view becomes an issue."