continuous treatment

continuous treatment

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ′trēt·mənt]
(petroleum engineering)
Introduction of corrosion inhibitors to production fluids at a specified rate so that inhibitor concentration remains constant.
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the ability to see things without focusing directly on them, and then spread to affect the central vision and therefore requires the maintenance of vision, continuous treatment throughout life, especially that neglect of treatment may lead to total blindness.
The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson announced today new data that showed a vast majority of patients with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis receiving TREMFYA (guselkumab) who achieved at least 90 percent improvement in the Psoriasis Area and Severity Index (PASI 90) at week 28, maintained a PASI 90 response with continuous treatment through week 72.
They concluded that, "Both PVi and dIVC may be used to identify the fluid responsiveness of all ICU patients undergoing continuous treatment linked to mechanical ventilation; both methods are easily applied, noninvasive, and can be performed at the bedside.
Currently, 3,100 patients undergo continuous treatment at the Center, of whom 2,977 are patients diagnosed with Thalassemia.
However, after the surgery at LASUTH, I was referred to the UCH in Ibadan for continuous treatment, and it was there that it was discovered that the goitre had turned cancerous, and I need about N882,500 for further treatment at the Nuclear Medicine Centre of the UCH,' Afegbua said.
However, despite continuous treatment and numerous operations, the pain became so bad Elizabeth had to leave her course after two years.
Additionally, with extended shelf life up to 24 months, treatment centres will have flexibility in inventory management to help ensure continuous treatment supply for patients.
Son of PAF Hashim Khan Squash Academy Head coach Gulab Sher, Falak Sher was suffering from blood cancer and despite continuous treatment he could not recover.
After continuous treatment, his nephritic syndrome resolved completely and no signs of relapse were noted during 18 months of follow-up period.
Following her diagnosis she was told she would need "immediate and continuous treatment.
Al-Thibaiti said that before he and his daughter returned to the Kingdom, the doctors advised that she should undergo continuous treatment for eight weeks twice in the same year.
This pupal stage is virtually impossible to eliminate from the environment, meaning that without continuous treatment of the environment and the pets, the problem is likely to recur.
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