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  • A cutting edge technology called NAVA (Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory Assist), developed by MAQUET Critical Care, allows the patient's own respiratory signals from the brain to the diaphragm to drive the ventilator, making it an effective instrument for recovery.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • Patient case reports from several hospitals show that a revolutionary technique for mechanical ventilation called NAVA can improve the interaction between the child and the ventilator.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • PAREDES DE NAVA, Spain (AP) Lance Armstrong and Astana teammate Alberto Contador played down talk of problems Monday and said the five-day Vuelta of Castilla and Leon would allow them work together as they both prepare for this year's Tour de France.

    Armstrong, Contador team up in Castilla Leon race

  • NAVA ATLAS is the author of Vegan Soups and Hearty Stews for All Seasons, as well as eight other vegetarian cookbooks.

    Avital Binshtock: Sustainable Slurping: Experts Name the Best-Tasting Eco-Soups

  • NAVA ENSEMBLE RECITAL, Shahriar Saleh and the ensemble perform music by Persian composers. 6 p.m.,

    D.C. community calendar, Aug. 12 to 19, 2010

  • The organization formerly known as the National Association for Variable Annuities, which then became NAVA, the Association for Insured Retirement Strategies, is now the Insured Retirement Institute.

    Overheard

  • Variable annuities charged investment-management fees in 2007 that averaged 0.93% of fund investments, with administrative and other fees on top bringing the average annual cost to the owner to 2.4%, according to NAVA.

    Laggards Get the Boot

  • Guaranteed Income Over the past decade, annual sales of variable annuities have more than doubled, to about $200 billion in 2007, according to NAVA, the industry's trade association.

    The Risk of Annuities

  • The ACLI and NAVA said they have presented their proposed shortened disclosure forms to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, which had previously put forward a model disclosure regulation for fixed and indexed annuities that has been adopted by at least 11 states.

    Annuity Papers, Please. Hold the Jargon

  • The document was developed by the American Council of Life Insurers, or ACLI, in Washington, in conjunction with the National Association for Variable Annuities, or NAVA, in Reston, Va.; insurance-agent groups; and others in the industry.

    Annuity Papers, Please. Hold the Jargon

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