self-reduction

self-reduction

[¦self ri¦dək·shən]
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Self-reduction of the dosage of antipsychotics was the most common method resorted to (Table 4).
Self-reduction of antipsychotics followed by dietary restrictions were the 2 commonest methods used for weight reduction.
Of course, Fo also spoke to a larger social movement in Italy at the time, when such autoriduzione (self-reduction) tactics as work slowdowns and popular refusal to pay higher prices for necessities were actually underway, a context Evans readily acknowledges.
The extent to which self-reduction becomes the subject of these writings is best exemplified by the programmatic revisiting, rewriting, ghosting of the earlier texts, which yields a dense network of intra-intertextual relationships in the late work.
"So again and again": writing progressive self-reductions
A form of direct action called "self-reduction" emerged in response.
The practice of "self-reduction" was commonly identified with autonomia, but it was only one element within a much larger transformation of the relation between the movement and the state.
For example, reduced medication access, specifically patient self-reduction in prescription use, has been associated with increased serious adverse event rates and emergency department visits, a number of adverse health conditions and outcomes in diabetics, and high rates of angina and nonfatal stroke or myocardial infarction in those with cardiovascular disease.
Then, he instructs the patient to perform a self-reduction by clasping both hands together in front of the knee on the affected side while leaning back.
73); Milly Theale of The Wings of the Dove embodies a Sartrian bad faith in her objectifying self-reduction to the status of "self for others" (p.