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medical

1. of or relating to the science of medicine or to the treatment of patients by drugs, etc., as opposed to surgery
2. a less common word for medicinal
3. Informal a medical examination
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Geriatric nursing homes cannot properly assess the treatment needs of medically fragile children and young adults.
Infants born via assisted vaginal delivery or medically necessary intrapartum cesarean section were more likely than those born spontaneously to die during delivery (1.
The researchers found that patients in the Medically Supervised option lost an average of 43.
It fell by 31% among the medically indicated deliveries, and, because of the large increase in medically indicated preterm births among whites, that 37% reduction accounted for 10% of the overall decline.
Georgia's medically needy program helped nursing home residents whose monthly income topped the Medicaid cap but did not have enough money to pay the approximately $3,000 to $3,500 per month required to live in a Georgia nursing home.
Staff, volunteers and directors were questioned on the following four areas: a) SAN mission, vision, goals and objectives and their compatibility to CIS' objectives; b) Methods and ability to reach medically underserved South Asians to disseminate cancer information in a culturally appropriate ways (Newsletter, website, outreach at social and cultural events); c) Willingness to work with CIS to improve SAN's capacity to implement, evaluate and sustain educational efforts and provide cultural competency training to partners; d) Long term commitment to improve the community's knowledge of their cancer risk and ways to reduce the burden of cancer; and e) Ability to participate in the development of a sustainable cancer control agenda for South Asian communities in Los Angeles.
However, these findings in the LSS are commonly observed in many medically exposed groups [United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR) 2000].
Among the 92 practices that offered services for medically emancipated adolescents, 3249% of the office staff and 63-91% of the physicians reported that contraceptive services and STD testing were available to adolescents without parental knowledge; there were no significant differences in these proportions by practice type.
During the evaluation phase of the course, both education and nursing majors responded positively to the question of whether or not medically fragile children belong in the classroom.
She collected similar data on costs for medication and office visits in 246 medically managed GERD patients matched by age, gender, geographic region, and baseline duration of acid-reducing medication use.
HEALTH insurers are refusing to pay for Caesarean births amid growing doubt as to whether they are medically necessary.
Your medical policy department has completed an analysis of a new lab test and determines that while it would be considered medically necessary about 75 percent of the time, the rest of the time it would be considered not medically necessary.

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