registry-based love

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  • Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark all use registry-based systems to track citizens from birth to death.

    London Free Press

  • This is a stack play by Talend that now offers data integration, data quality and MDM in a combined offering, albeit that registry-based MDM is not offered in this release.

    Independent Information Technology and business analysis from IT-Director.com

  • While analyzing registry entries, Registry Purify take action in two aspect: one is registry-based analyzing method, another is file-based analyzing method.

    2BakSa.Net

  • Each of these tools is carefully crafted with the experience of 10 years of extensive Windows utility and registry cleaning experience to form a solid foundation to a smoother and faster system. jv16 PowerTools allows users to remove all traces of previously uninstalled software, to clean the computer's Windows registry for optimal performance and stability, and to fix many registry-based problems with a single mouse click.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • The program allows users to remove hidden traces of previously uninstalled software, to clean the Windows registry for optimal performance and stability, and to fix many registry-based problems with a single mouse click.

    2BakSa.Net

  • EUROCARE (the European cancer registry-based study on survival and care of cancer patients) is an epidemiology research project, based in Italy, which has collected and analysed survival data on patients diagnosed with cancer during 1978-84, 1978-98, 1983-94 and, in its latest report, 1988-2002.

    PharmaTimes World News

  • Michael Adam has done great work to make the registry-based configuration happen.

    Samba News

  • In this registry-based study, we used a retrospective cohort of Danish mobile phone subscribers between 1982 and 1995 to compare their hospitalisation rates for CNS diseases with those of the general population for the same diseases.

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  • This registry-based study was approved by the Danish Ethical Committee System (KF 01-075 / 96), the Danish Data Protection Board (1996-1200-121), and the Danish Ministry of Justice (Jnr. 1996-760-0219) and did not require written informed consent by participants.

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  • SAN DIEGO, Feb. 3 -- Having a hypertensive disorder, including preeclampsia, during pregnancy appears to increase the risk of cardiovascular problems and diabetes in the future, a large, registry-based study showed.

    MedPageToday.com - medical news plus CME for physicians

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