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mentation

[men′tā·shən]
(psychology)
Mental activity.
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Interestingly, if the future of work means job re- design with either full automation or AI/human aug- mentation, multiple sources through which work may be done and a redefinition of what an organisation is and does, then many functions within companies -- for example risk and HR -- will have to change, and fast.
A, age 12, is brought to the emergency department (ED) via ambulance with altered mentation and life-threatening hypoglycemia for management of a hypoglycemic seizure.
"Decoupled" mentation has also been termed "allocentric", that is representation with a model that includes oneself as another object in the world.
The patient lost bladder control, and his lower extremities were paralyzed completely even though his mentation improved.
"He is an experienced and competent official who is well aware of the specifics of state service, has knowledge of interinstitutional relations and enjoys a good name among public servants--first of all because of his participation in smooth and transparent imple mentation of a number of reforms in the public sector that yielded significant results to the society and the state," Skvernelis said in a press release.
Rates of adverse events were higher in the gabapentinoid groups than in the placebo group, including dizziness (risk ratio, 1.99; 95% CI, 1.17-3.37; number needed to harm, 7), fatigue (RR, 1.85; 95% CI, 1.12-3.05; [I.sup.2] = 0; NNH, 8), difficulties with mentation (RR, 3.34; 95% CI, 1.54-7.25; NNH, 6), and visual disturbances (RR, 5.72; 95% CI, 1.94-16.91; NNH, 6).
Limitations often occur while performing ruminant surgery because of patient size, weight, mentation and client lacking the ability to fully comply with requirements during the convalescent period.
Successful organisations find a balance between flexibility and optimisation, have an inquisitive attitude that leads to experi- mentation, and are committed to continu- ous learning.
Over the next 7 days, the owl's mentation improved.
The hallmarks of HACE are encephalopathic symptoms and signs, including ataxic gait, severe lassitude, and progressive decline of mental function and consciousness (irritability, confusion, impaired mentation, drowsiness, stupor, and finally coma).
The shock is attributable to both dysrhythmia as well as dyselectrolytemia (9) Decreased cerebral perfusion explains the giddiness and altered mentation in our patients (10).
Medical and health sciences librarians must determine their own parameters for their imple mentation and growth of UDA models.