It is the Brand Name of a Drug.
Proprietary, product, or brand name.
False. Proprietary name would be equal to the trade name of a drug.
Rimadyl is the brand name of a proprietary non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that is safe for dogs and effective at controlling mild chronic pain, such as the pain associated with arthritis.
RIP and OSpf are non-proprietary protocoleigrp is a proprietary protocol i.e it is a vendor specific
A non-proprietary protocol is one that is not closed and/or owned by any individual or corporation. TCP/IP is an example.
The primary proprietary (or brand) name of furosemide is Lasix.
yes 802.1q is an open standard i.e; non-cisco proprietary standard for frame tagging in vlans.
"Non-proprietary" is the opposite of the above. These are more commonly referred to as "free" operating systems, since you have access to the underlying code, and can modify it. Linux and FreeBSD are excellent examples of non-proprietary operating systems. The choice of non-proprietary operating systems can make it much easier to upgrade hardware as new technology becomes available.
It is a brand-name product for the drug, acetaminophen, which is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (or NSAID).
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While drugs may have several brand names issued to different companies, which are protected by a patent, the drug only has one generic name.
If by "proprietary company" you are referring to a non-public, non-stock issuing. privately owned business, - - there is no legal requirement that such a company hold public meetings.
Non-proprietary hardware components are quite simply components that are standardized or semi-standardized and are not exclusive to one company or subject to restrictive patent licensing.
C: is absorbed from the stomach into the bloodstream at the same rate as the proprietary drug I took this test 7/17/2009 :D B. Stomach I took this test 10/21/2010 (Correct answer)
"Proprietary" means that the source is closed or only available to a select few. Microsoft Windows is an excellent example of a proprietary operating system. "Non-proprietary" is the opposite of the above. These are more commonly referred to as "free" operating systems, since you have access to the underlying code, and can modify it. Linux and FreeBSD are excellent examples of non-proprietary operating systems.
All veterinary technician schools will give you a course which will consist of largely the same curriculum. It's not clear what you mean by non-proprietary.
Proprietary equipment is manufacturer controlled. While you would only have one choice for upgrade or repair, it is much more reliable than a plethora of non-proprietary options.
definition of non biological
No, there is not a non-drug cure for AIDS.
It's a non-brand drug that however contains the same main components of the comparable brand-name drug. They are always less expensive than the brand-name drugs, but they are as effective.
Open source, such as one of the Linux variants; Ubuntu, or Kubuntu, for example.