rendered stable

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In cases of active TB, the patient usually is rendered stable and non-infective within four weeks of treatment but we will keep her or him in isolation until he is infection-free.
On the other hand, advocates of direct MCL repair believe that by suturing the MCL the elbow may be rendered stable enough so that the use of the hinge can be avoided.
The earlier film container was rendered stable by the weight of the granite, but this has little weight so it needs extra stabilization.
If nuclear irradiation can create unstable isotopes, then, by all means, why can't selectively irradiated isotopes be rendered stable and nonradioactive once again?