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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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We conclude that the goal of this CPIC guideline is to allow pharmacogenetic test results to serve as a tool to individualize analgesic prescribing for acute or chronic pain and thereby enable the clinician to make more rational treatment decisions.
The initial role for patient activist groups such as the TAC was crucial, given the state opposition to rational treatment for people living with HIV.
And we rightfully look forward to rational treatment. Tamils had been ignored and marginalized in the name of so called Indian interests.
If we can elucidate the specific underlying mechanism, we can develop a rational treatment for this condition."
This is wide-ranging nuanced study that will help clarify current practices and set the course for fair and rational treatment of creative output.
Contact ulcers and granulomas of the larynx: New insights into their etiology as a basis for more rational treatment. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1980;88(3):262-9.
Store developers need not be exempted from planning, zoning, environmental and other requirements, but they do deserve timely responses and rational treatment when they're trying to help the government meet its own goal of providing better food to disadvantaged city dwellers.
Without trivialising, I sincerely appeal to the MPs to reconsider the implementation of this new law not because Bahrain is a signatory to any international treaty but because it relates to rational treatment of people.
Aimed at undergraduate medical students and junior doctors, this guide to creating differential diagnoses and rational treatment plans is designed to complement existing core knowledge in the field, especially in a surgical ward environment.