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The efficacy of unwashed treated-nets may last about 6 months, allowing 6-monthly re-treatments where year round protection is expected.
This may be useful to identify nets at family/household, individual, or donor levels, and by net sizes, or otherwise to identify the nets for re-treatments, and in monitoring, including checks on net washing.
What songs from the "classic rock" (late 60's to early 80's) era are directly inspired by or are re-treatments of songs from the "oldies" (50's to mid 60's) era?
Dr. Robin and colleagues said that several features of the drug make it suitable for the treatment of steroid-related ocular hypertension, "including substantial intraocular pressure-lowering efficacy in these eyes, long duration of action with infrequent re-treatments, no need for intraocular injection, and relatively excellent safety and tolerability."
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