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abbreviation for
1. post-paid
2. prepaid
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1. postpaid.
2. prepaid.
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V. purified protein derivative.
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The diagnosis of PPD intoxication is largely dependent on clinical manifestations.
The selection of PPD as a preferred CRO partner enables HBM, which has operations in the United States, the European Union and China, to conduct global clinical studies on its internal research pipeline.
A lone gunman holed-up in a house in North Philadelphia shot and wounded six officers of the Philadelphia Police Department (PPD) Wednesday afternoon.
Leveraging PPD's global clinical research resources and China footprint, the collaboration aims to provide pharma and biopharma clients with enhanced services in China, including clinical study protocol design, site selection, patient recruitment and real-world evidence.
In PPD, some women feel a bit down or anxious in the first couple of weeks after giving birth.
PPD is characterized by a feeling of hopelessness lasting more than two weeks after giving birth; 1 in 9 new mothers suffers from PPD.
PPD affects 10%-20% of new mothers and peaks at 12 weeks.
Paraphenylene diamine (PPD) exists in the form of white colored crystals when pure, and rapidly turns brown when exposed to air.
There have been very substantial efforts in more than 40 states in the United States to enhance screening for PPD and to increase support groups for women with postpartum depressive or anxiety symptoms.