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  1. Monolithic Zirconia lab restorations are the latest addition to the all ceramic range, a basic shade full Lava Zirconia crowns. (Web site)
  2. LAB is a non-profit, community based organization dedicated to working with the blind and visually impaired.
  3. LAB are phenyl-alkanes comprising a linear aliphatic alkyl group and a phenyl group and have the general formula n-phenyl-alkane. (Web site)
  4. LAB are widely used as starter cultures for fermentation in the dairy, meat and other food industries. (Web site)
  5. Lab was available for cross-examination by Kenny, under an express understanding with the prosecutor, alleviating the confrontation problem.


  1. This allows the dentist to take an impression that a dental lab can use to make crowns or abutments to cover the dental implants. (Web site)
  2. When the lab returns the onlay to the dentist, he or she will remove the temporary restoration, and bond the permanent onlay to the tooth. (Web site)
  3. When the lab returns the inlay to the dentist, he or she will remove the temporary restoration, and bond the permanent inlay to the tooth. (Web site)


  1. GIS-Lab: Геоинформационные системы и Дистанционное зондирование Земли. (Web site)
  2. - GIS-Lab: Геоинформационные системы и Дистанционное зондирование Земли. (Web site)


  1. Then a mold is taken of the teeth and sent to the lab for fabrication.
  2. The lab makes a model (replica) of the patient's teeth from this mold for fabrication of the crown.

Linden Lab

  1. For some time, Linden Lab has maintained that "Second Life" is not a game. (Web site)
  2. Working together with Linden Lab and YowCow, we *can* provide you with a safe trading environment.

Cath Lab Staff

  1. If you experience any chest pain or other discomforts during the procedure, please tell your cardiologist or the cath lab staff. (Web site)
  2. The Cath Lab staff will also place an oxygen monitor on your finger or toe, and a blood pressure cuff on your arm.

Lab Animals

  1. By 1925 a lab had been established in Pittsburgh and lab animals were doing simulated dives in a chamber using helium-oxygen mixes.

Lab Manual

  1. Once you have finished reading these examples, you should test your knowledge by trying to answer questions 1 and 2 in chapter III of your lab manual.


  1. Inlays are indirect fillings pre-made in a dental lab and must be permanently cemented by a dentist. (Web site)


  1. The dentist will send the impression off to a dental lab, which will create the inlay to match your tooth's specifications.
  2. The lab will custom build the inlay to fit the patient's tooth exactly. (Web site)

Ai Lab

  1. In 2003, the AI Lab (as it is commonly abbreviated) was merged with the Laboratory for Computer Science, the descendant of Project MAC, to form CSAIL.
  2. At first, Stallman viewed the injury as a temporary problem, devoting the spare time he would have spent dancing to working at the AI Lab even more.


  1. Because they are created in a lab like a crown, inlays and onlays require two appointments.
  2. Unlike inlays and onlays that are crafted in an outside lab, composite fillings can be made on-site and completed in only one office visit.


  1. An indirect tooth restoration will require more than one office visit because the inlay or onlay must be fabricated in a lab. (Web site)
  2. We will take a dental impression and send it to our dental lab so that a technician can create a custom inlay or onlay for you.
  3. The lab will custom build the onlay to fit the patient's tooth exactly. (Web site)

Frequent Lab Tests

  1. For those who have the changed gene, the doctor may recommend frequent lab tests or surgery to remove the thyroid before cancer develops.
  2. You will need frequent lab tests to check the thickness of your blood when you first start taking warfarin.

Lab Coats

  1. One features Harvick, and the other spot brings back the "Shell Passionate Experts," the two serious Shell engineers in their white lab coats. (Web site)

Permanent Crown

  1. This mold is sent to a dental lab, where your permanent crown is custom-made.

Temporary Crown

  1. A temporary crown is placed on the tooth while the lab make the crown. (Web site)
  2. You will be given a temporary crown while your general dentist sends the mold of your tooth to a dental lab for creation.

Mit Media Lab

  1. He succeeded Marvin Minsky, who left to found the MIT Media Lab shortly after establishing the AI Lab in the wake of the political upheavals at that time. (Web site)
  2. MIT Media Lab: Seymour Papert - Papert was a founding faculty member of the Media Lab, and now works there part-time.
  3. Check out an extensive list of research done at the MIT Media Lab.

Lab Studies

  1. If you're a long-term vegan with tingling in the feet and hands, see your doctor and have lab studies done to test for a B12 deficiency. (Web site)
  2. David Jones - Our lab studies the relationships between the control of gene expression and tumor cell responsiveness to chemotherapeutics.
  3. Our lab studies this problem, using the Xenopus embryo as a model.

Cardiac Catheterization

  1. This eMedTV article describes in detail the process of a cardiac catheterization and the cath lab in which the procedure will be performed. (Web site)

Cardiac Catheterization Lab

  1. Coronary catheterization is performed in a cardiac catheterization lab, usually located within a hospital.
  2. Here's a highly accessible, dependable source of guidance on the analysis of the hemodynamic waveforms generated in the cardiac catheterization lab. (Web site)
  3. In keeping with UT Medical Center tradition of teaching and research, the Cardiac Catheterization Lab is participating in multiple research studies.

Lab Test

  1. Pavlosky, a doctor from Buenos Aires, found Hemophilia A and Hemophilia B to be separate diseases by doing a lab test. (Web site)
  2. They would rather believe a lab test than the patient sitting in front of them. (Web site)

Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory

  1. Cardiac catheterization is performed in the cardiac catheterization laboratory ("cath lab") by a cardiologist.
  2. With Diagnostic Methods in the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, all of the essential diagnostic modalities you need in the lab are at your fingertips. (Web site)

Cath Lab

  1. This test is performed in the cardiac catheterization laboratory ("cath lab") by a cardiologist. (Web site)
  2. After you arrive in the cardiac catheterization laboratory (cath lab), the cath lab staff will review the proposed procedure with you. (Web site)
  3. The procedure is done in a catheterization laboratory (cath lab). (Web site)

Natural Teeth

  1. Veneers are laminated porcelain facings that are made in a dental lab and cemented over the front of your natural teeth. (Web site)

Experimental Data

  1. LAB Fit is a software for Windows developed for treatment and analysis of experimental data. (Web site)


  1. The lab will duplicate this model in plaster and make an implant stent. (Web site)
  2. He will then take impressions of the tooth and the surrounding teeth which the lab will use as a model for the new crown.
  3. At the Lab: A resin is carefully placed into the model of your teeth.


  1. Sent to lab for CBC, ESR, amylase, lipase, LFT's, panel 7.


  1. After the stool collection is complete, the Hemoccult card is mailed back to the doctor's office or lab in a special protective envelope for testing. (Web site)
  2. Since they are made by a dental lab, porcelain veneers require two or more appointments to complete.
  3. Stallman, the TECO maintainer at the lab, deemed Steele's work "interesting" and quickly set off to complete it.


  1. They will make you a temporary crown at that time to use for two to three weeks while awaiting the delivery of your permanent crown from the lab.
  2. The cost to the dentist and the lab is nearly the same because it takes the same time no matter what the metal. (Web site)
  3. While an abundance of geological data records the motions of the continents over time, scientists have struggled to model such behavior in the lab.


  1. At the lab, doctors use the international normalized ratio (INR) as the standard against which they gauge the results of various patients’ PT test results.
  2. Lab tests: Doctors use a number of very precise lab tests to diagnose and classify leukemia. (Web site)
  3. Make sure lab personnel and your doctors know you use Anti-Thymocyte Globulin (Rabbit).


  1. With modern lab equipment the hematocrit is calculated by an automated analyser and not directly measured.


  1. A catheterization laboratory or cath lab is an examination room in a hospital or clinic with diagnostic imaging equipment used to support the.
  2. Follow a gene therapy treatment from the lab to the clinic.


  1. The nurse then waits for the lab to call with hemoglobin and hematocrit readings. (Web site)
  2. A template device nicks the skin and the number of minutes it takes for blood flow to stop is assessed by a nurse or lab technician. (Web site)
  3. Any ways, a nurse walked up to the dr and said, " I guess this ones going to the cath lab. (Web site)


  1. The species is Gram-negative, meaning that samples do not retain crystal violet dye during staining in the lab.
  2. In the lab, it is possible to distinguish between gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria by use of gram staining.
  3. In lab tests, it has been shown that this medicine stopped bacterial reproduction in a wide range of both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria.


  1. The physician will send that piece of tissue (biopsy) to the lab for testing. (Web site)
  2. Cardiac Catheterization Lab A cardiac catheterization allows the physician to look at the blood vessels and chambers of the heart.
  3. The physician may recommend an echocardiogram, chest x-ray, electrocardiogram or stress test, lab test or angiography (heart catheterization).


  1. The blood sample is obtained by a lab technician or a doctor by inserting a needle into a vein and is relatively painless.


  1. If a bacterial infection is suspected, a culture is sent to a lab and results are usually available in 48 hours.
  2. If bacterial meningitis is suspected, antibiotics must be started immediately, even before results from lab tests have been returned. (Web site)
  3. Lab tests vary depending on the suspected cause. (Web site)


  1. Before Teeth appear stained and slightly misshapen.An impression is made and sent to a lab.

Stem Cells

  1. If doctor's and researchers know where the body creates stem cells, then they can try to recreate that environment and grow stem cells in a lab.


  1. It is undertaken by the family of lactic acid bacteria (LAB); Oenococcus oeni, and various species of Lactobacillus and Pediococcus.
  2. Bacteriocins of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) also have potential applications in controlling topical infections caused by bacterial pathogens (Miller et al. (Web site)
  3. It is also classified as a lactic acid bacteria (LAB). Steptococcus thermophilus is found in milk and milk products.


  1. LAB have been used in the food industry for many years, because they are able to convert sugars (including lactose) and other carbohydrates into lactic acid.


  1. An exercise electrocardiogram (EKG or ECG) is usually done in a doctor's office, clinic, or hospital lab by a health professional or doctor.
  2. This group of tests from your local doctor or hospital lab would typically cost between $1500 - $2500. (Web site)
  3. Angioplasty is performed in a special part of the hospital called the cardiac catheterization (kath-eh-ter-ih-ZA-shun) lab. (Web site)


  1. Creating your new smile is a collaborative effort between the dentist and the lab. (Web site)


  1. He or she then makes a mold of the gums and sends it to a dental lab where customized dentures are constructed. (Web site)


  1. They get five or six implants (see below for costs of implants) and then this full component bridge which is made in the lab as one whole piece. (Web site)


  1. Then the tooth is drilled down to a stump to allow enough space for the lab to rebuild your new crown or bridge.
  2. Then a temporary crown or bridge is placed on your teeth The impressions are sent to the lab.
  3. If anything happens to the bridge say in 15 years time like one of the teeth cracks - then the whole piece can be removed and fixed in the lab. (Web site)


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