stabilizing treatment

stabilizing treatment

[′stā·bə‚līz·iŋ ‚trēt·mənt]
(metallurgy)
Any of various treatments intended to promote dimensional stability of a metal part or stabilize the structure of an alloy.
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Hopkins said part of the stabilizing treatment for patients who come in with ambiguous conditions is to provide pain medication.
Vitamin D administration could be a multitarget stabilizing treatment for AD since vitamin D simultaneously targets several factors leading to neurodegeneration through immunoregulatory, antioxidant and anti-ischemic actions, as well as the regulation of neurotrophic factors, acetylcholine neurotransmitter and clearance of amyloid beta peptide, and the avoidance of hyperparathyroidism.
Under EMTALA, a hospital cannot delay a medical screening examination or stabilizing treatment to inquire about insurance or payment, "but it can follow reasonable registration processes as long as the medical screening exam is not delayed by the process.
She noted that under EMTALA, a hospital cannot delay performing the medical screening examination or stabilizing treatment to inquire about insurance or payment, "but it can follow reasonable registration processes as long as the medical screening exam is not delayed by the process.
You have to provide the [screening exam] and necessary stabilizing treatment.
The hospital was among 77 hospitals in California and 527 nationwide that were found in violation of a law that prohibits hospitals from denying medical screening or stabilizing treatment or from improperly transferring a patient whose emergency condition is not stable.
He steps through the provisions of EMTALA as it now stands, including the requirements for medical screening examinations, stabilizing treatment, and hospital transfer.
In our society, people suffering other medical conditions receive stabilizing treatment even if they are too ill to consent to that treatment," said Dr.
The effort is to stabilize the patient and determine whether to direct the patient to a center where there is a hyperbaric chamber or transport the patient to a nearby hospital for further stabilizing treatment.
After contact is made, the treating physician or qualified medical personnel would proceed with the patient's medical screening and stabilizing treatment as indicated, the recommendation says.
When initial mood stabilizing treatment is insufficient, adjunctive use of atypical antipsychotic medications has "been widely used for treatment of mania and, more recently, shown to improve symptoms of depression," said Dr.
When initial mood stabilizing treatment is insufficient, adjunctive treatment with atypical antipsychotic medications may be indicated.