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The outpatient trial would be the latest in a series of studies, conducted with academia and industry, in NIH’s Accelerating Covid-19 Therapeutic Interventions and Vaccines program.
Both had provided drug treatment, plus outpatient services for some 1,600 people.
Others spend time in multiweek residential treatment centers or intensive outpatient programs.
On Tuesday, the NHS said those doses will go first to patients over 80 who are either in a hospital as an outpatient or being discharged after a hospital stay.
That may not be a problem for larger hospital systems that had cash on hand prior to the pandemic and have recently seen ER visits and outpatient surgeries tick back up.
The fund was established by businessman and philanthropist Steve Kirsch to pay for outpatient clinical trials, with the goal of reducing hospitalization and death by 75 percent.
In the outpatient department a question arose about marriage.
She began the day in the Outpatient Department, and a poor woman came with a child that had bitten its tongue.
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The cornerstone of the health service is the polyclinic, which provides general and specialized outpatient aid and consultation.
AREA HANDBOOK FOR BULGARIAEUGENE K. KEEFE, VIOLETA D. BALUYUT, WILLIAM GILOANE, ANNE K. LONG, JAMES M. MOORE, AND NEDA A. WALPOLE
Your condition may be too serious to be treated appropriately on an outpatient basis.

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