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see industrial managementindustrial management,
term applied to highly organized modern methods of carrying on industrial, especially manufacturing, operations. The Rise of Factories
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management

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Corporate power elites distinguished primarily by their distance from actual productive work and their chronic failure to manage (see also suit). Spoken derisively, as in "*Management* decided that ...".

management

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Mythically, a vast bureaucracy responsible for all the world's minor irritations. Hackers' satirical public notices are often signed "The Mgt"; this derives from the "Illuminatus!" novels.
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Diagnosis of presumed acute ischemic stroke and associated seizure management in a Congo African grey parrot.
This epilepsy syndrome is difficult to control, but seizure management is typically optimized with a combination of antiepileptic medications: valproate, topiramate, clobazam, and ketogenic diet.
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The education is provided by physicians, RN's, and medical/pharmaceutical representatives, and covers a wide range of topics including seizure management, spinal cord stimulators, and placement of artificial lumbar disks.
Recently an ACT protocol including the behavior technology of seizure management was created, and evaluated for groups of individuals with refractory epileptic seizures in India and in South Africa.
There is a 190-page Appendix containing information on just about every abstract topic one could think of in the field of toxicology, such as lists of drugs that are safe in certain disease states; conversion tables; chemical warfare agents; drug concentration ranges associated with therapeutic doses, overdose, and lethal concentrations; guidelines for animal and human bites; plants; radiation exposure; seizure management; and a wide range of toxidromes.
One of the measures of successful outcomes of seizure management and surgery is the future return to employment of the patient.