doctor treatment

doctor treatment

[′däk·tər ‚trēt·mənt]
(chemical engineering)
Refining process to sweeten (reduce the odor) of gasoline, solvents, and kerosine; sodium plumbite and sulfur convert the odoriferous mercaptans into disulfides.
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"Last night three injured brought to Trauma Center with nearly 50 attendees, they mishandled with duty doctor treatment injured patients and tried to stop doctors' from performing their work." Dr.
DAWN gave this family room the House Doctor treatment.