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treatment

1. the application of medicines, surgery, psychotherapy, etc., to a patient or to a disease or symptom
2. Films an expansion of a script into sequence form, indicating camera angles, dialogue, etc.
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Experts say that the inclusion of preventive treatments is important, as it was previously not clear that things like diabetes tests and malaria shots would be zero-rated.
There is consensus among headache specialists that migraine preventive treatment should be instituted when a migraineur has at least four headache days per month.
Mohammad Aqil Faooqi said the department of health in collaboration with multiple donors was focusing on preventive treatment among children and women to protect them against various fatal diseases.
Predicting risk of breast cancer in well women is an inexact science, and women urgently need a convenient biomarker to help target preventive treatment at those with the most to gain and least to lose.
GDWCH has been a government-assigned TCM hospital for preventive treatment for diseases since 2008.
SeeNews) - Nov 9, 2012 - US pharma group ViroPharma (NASDAQ:VPHM) has launched sales of a drug for the preventive treatment of hereditary angioedema in Spain.
The services include preventive treatment against common diseases such as diabetes, bone complaints, psychological problems and rehabilitation for the aged in addition to educating their relatives on matters such as food, medicines and the first aid needed by the old.
Local authorities will set up Mass-Prophylaxis Treatment Centers, which will simulate the provision of preventive treatment to citizens who are suspected of exposure to the outbreak.
People with diabetes who have had recent contact with a TB patient are prime candidates for preventive treatment.
25 in the Lancet, the study found that in 2007, an estimated 23 million pregnancies were unprotected by insecticide-treated nets, and 19 million pregnant women failed to receive intermittent preventive treatment.
This agreement includes targeted interventions against tuberculosis, including intensified preventive treatment, in addition to interventions against HIV, including antiretroviral treatment and advice.
4 million cases of tuberculosis; and 240 million patients have received preventive treatment for lymphatic filariasis.