damage control


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damage control

[′dam·ij kən‚trōl]
(ordnance)
Procedures for maintaining or restoring integrity, stability, or weapon power of a ship or aircraft.
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The time wasted with crisis management and damage control could be better used devising a new strategy.
8220;The main objectives of damage control resuscitation are to be able to control the airway and breathing, intravenous fluids, blood and blood products infusion, in addition to performing initial emergency surgery to gain control over the source of bleeding and or contamination,” continues Dr Zaghloul.
Adding to these therapies, the Company markets a broad range of specialty pharmaceutical products based upon its patented, clinically proven Copper Peptide technology for skin health, hair care, and wound care including its ProCyte brands of NEOVA, DNA Damage Control, Tricomin and Graftcyte.
They concluded that damage control was a promising approach to increasing survival in exsanguinating patients (9).
A major ongoing effort includes integration of real-time, object-based video surveillance into damage control to automate tasks such as determining the contents of a space or type and extent of damage.
The Iran-Contra affair, Busby suggests, was exacerbated by haphazard and largely inept White House damage control strategies when it first erupted, but Reagan and his aides managed over time to staunch the worst of the damage.
The treatment genes persist only a week or 2, but they seem to spur continuing damage control in the vessel.
When presented with an opportunity to replace unproductive damage control spending with advantageous investment, what foundry owner wouldn't choose the latter?
But minority-business advocates are now scrambling to do damage control and keep the program from being dismantled should the issue come before Congress.
The scrambling that's taking place amongst developers, owners, co-ops, shareholders, and lenders is all focused in one direction - damage control.
In Damage Control Tips, Techniques & Best Practices for Communications Executives, ExecSense examines the most effective strategies and best practices used by leading communications executives to minimize the effects of a communications and/or corporate crisis when unexpected negative events happen to their companies.
Limited Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Fire Fighting And Damage Control Items

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