Standard Medical Abbreviations

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Find out whether you have the "dual immigrant" in the front of your family tree. Make sure that the surname you choose is the one shared by all your family members.


You'll need the following information to submit your test:

An unofficial copy of the German documents you obtained to prove your parents' refugee status (see "If you acquired a German passport as well as a temporary residence permit on the territory of the German Federal Republic").One recent photograph. It must be taken within the past two years.Your current birth date, if you have one.If you are an adult, your birth certificate.Your marriage certificate (issued within the last two years).Your citizenship certificate.You should

Standard Medical Abbreviations/Term/s

Course of Action for a Completed Assessment

See my test scores of the "Applied Physiology" and "Applied Biomedical" tests. It'll give you a general idea of what I look for in a candidates.

Will see if there is a reading/report/inspection I can do during the process. When I have reason to believe the person is a suitable candidate, I can set up a "visit" with the recipient.

Some of the shorter courses of action:

Participation in a functional and engineering practice research project .

. Participation in a research project conducted under supervision of a physician. If a patient is suffering complications due to the medical condition(s) on which

Standard Medical Abbreviations I - Intensive care IBS - Irritable bowel syndrome PMS - Postmenstrual syndrome P-Vitamin E - Phosphorus VIT - Vitamin C, usually referred to as Vitamin E B12 - B12, a B vitamin, usually found in animal products PA - Proton pump inhibitor TCA - Trimethylglycine SALT - Sodium chloride (salt) Sodium bicarbonate - Sugar alcohol sulfites - Red phosphorus Sulfol Dinitrate - Phosphorous dinitrate - Beta-D-Nitro-Alum phosphates CAL - Calcium carbonate (bicarbonate) Hydrochloric acid - An acid applied to the body to prepare for drugs and chemicals Erythorbic