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Packing Dosage Form
, Packing Dose Form
A solid composed of a material that contains active and/or inert ingredient(s) which is intended to be placed in a cavity or depression within the…
National Institutes of Health
CDISC SDTM Pharmaceutical Dosage Form Terminology
Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium Terminology
Package Dosing Unit
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A method of loading unit formation taking into account mass, load-bearing strength and surfaces of packing units
Corpus ID: 139617680
The problem of loading unit formation is computationally complex in nature. This article presents a heuristic algorithm of…
Retroperitoneal packing or angioembolization for haemorrhage control of pelvic fractures--Quasi-randomized clinical trial of 56 haemodynamically unstable patients with Injury Severity Score ≥33.
Corpus ID: 22791089
AIMS Both retroperitoneal pelvic packing and primary angioembolization are widely used to control haemorrhage related to pelvic…
H2S GAS REMOVAL BY BIOFILTER USING COMPOST AND ACTIVATED CARBON AS PACKING MATERIALS
Mohamad Yani Purwoko Ahnur Wahyuni
Corpus ID: 93958099
The removal characteristics of hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) by organic (compost) and inorganic (granular activated carbon) carriers…
Automatic device for the production of corrugated sheet material, in particular for PACKING, thermal insulation, soundproofing, etc.
Fabio Angelo Gritti
Corpus ID: 139330248
ZEOLITE FILM PACKING: APPLICATION TO SYNTHESIS OF ETBE IN A CATALYTIC DISTILLATION COLUMN
Corpus ID: 99303747
Introduction ETBE (ethyl tert-butyl ether) may become a better option for automotive fuel octane booster since it could be…
THE EFFECT OF A PROTECTIVE ATMOSPHERE AND THE PACKING TEMPERATURE ON THE PROPERTIES OF MOLYBDENUM COATINGS APPLIED TO GRAPHITE.
Corpus ID: 136969103
TESTS OF TYPE B RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL PACKING. THEORETICAL STUDY OF DEFORMATION OF A CYLINDRICAL CONTAINER AFTER A FALL.
Corpus ID: 107483000
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