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Binder

A written document that records the essential provisions of a contract of insurance and temporarily protects the insured until an insurance company has investigated the risks to be covered, or until a formal policy is issued.

A receipt for cash or for a check that is deposited by a prospective buyer with the seller to secure the right to purchase real estate at terms that have been agreed upon by both buyer and seller.

binder

n. a written statement of the key terms of an agreement, in particular insurance policies, so that the insured as well as lenders can be assured there is valid and adequate insurance coverage. (See: insurance)

binder

noun assurance, caution money, collateral, collateral security, deposit, earnest, escrow, expense outlay, gage, guaranty, handsel, indemnity, installment, investment, payment, pledge, receipt, receipt for payment, security, stake, token, token payment
Associated concepts: binder receipt, insurance binder, real essate binder
See also: connection
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If hyperphosphatemia develops, intensify phosphate binder therapy or reduce the dose of, or stop, vitamin D analogues.
Calcium-containing phosphate binders were used in one third of the population and vitamin D analogs in 50%.
In our study, we did not assess inadequate phosphate binder dosage as a reason for elevated phosphate levels; however, inadequate phosphate binder dosing may be a potential reason for inability to achieve lower phosphate control in our cohort.
The pill burden associated with phosphate binder therapy contributes to increased optional fluid intake, (8) which may contribute to interdialytic weight gain (IDWG) in dialysis patients, increasing their CV complications.
Fosrenol(R) is a non-aluminium, non calcium phosphate binder that has a very high affinity for dietary phosphate, forming lanthanum phosphate, which passes through the intestines and is eliminated from the body, leading to effective reduction in serum phosphorus levels.
These may be used either as a phosphate binder or to increase the calcium in the child's system.
All the systems show good or excellent erosion resistance with the exceptions of oil urethane and inorganic phosphate binders.
For this reason, prescription of a phosphate binder is often used to adjunctively manage hyperphosphatemia (Malberti, 2013).
Lanthanum is another phosphate binder that forms a water-insoluble complex with phosphate.
She was diagnosed with calciphylaxis and started with daily haemodialysis, oral phosphate binder, Sevelamer and oral sodium thiosulphate (2.
There was no difference among the groups in values of serum phosphorus but the patients from group III used phosphate binder less frequently than the patients from two other groups.