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Otherwise, the public purse and citizens are deprived of funds for much needed investments – the need for which is even more acute now to support Europe’s economic recovery.
I experience chronic sinusitis and headaches with fairly frequent acute infections.
So the hospital industry lobbied for a new kind of health system for older adults who were dependent on getting medical help but did not need acute care.
I am for more of it, not less, especially at this moment of acute need.
ProPublica focused on those who remained — the 55 people who died outside of any acute care setting, in categories the coroner labeled “decedent residence,” “hospice” and “other care center,” which often included hospice deaths.
SENT HOME TO DIEBY ANNIE WALDMAN AND JOSHUA KAPLANSEPTEMBER 2, 2020PROPUBLICA
It’s only been six adrenaline-fueled, acute months of work, and we’re not willing to say yet that how we have worked in this time should define what this company looks like going forward.
The problem is particularly acute in the technology industry.
HOW TO BE A FAIR-PAY CEOMATTHEWHEIMERAUGUST 25, 2020FORTUNE
The new technology could also eventually make MRIs more useful in helping doctors investigate acute conditions, such as strokes, in which time is critical.
So we’re targeting acute patients for whom the risk of passing opioids on to the secondary market is very high.
In acute and chronic parenchymatous nephritis the quantity is usually very large.

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