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The restoration of former rights, authority, or abilities.

The process of rehabilitating a witness involves restoring the credibility of the witness following Impeachment by the opposing party. Rehabilitating a prisoner refers to preparing him or her for a productive life upon release from prison.


noun adjustment, alteration, development, improvement, instauration, readjustment, rebuilding, reclamation, reconstitution, reconstruction, recreation, recuperation, redemption, reeducation, reestablishment, reformation, reindoctrination, reinstatement, remodeling, renewal, renovation, reorganization, repair, reparation, restitution, restoration, resurrection, return, revival, revivement, revivification, salvation
Associated concepts: company rehabilitation
See also: change, correction, improvement, progress, reconversion, remedy, rendition, renewal, reorganization, repair, reparation
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Case studies and treatment options supplement a resource list and chapters on nutritional rehabilitation.
Fagioli et al (20) showed that malnutrition was associated with lengthening of the QT interval and that QT shortened after nutritional rehabilitation.
In the present study cytokine levels (both pro- and anti-inflammatory) were evaluated in protein energy malnourished children following nutritional rehabilitation with curd (Indian dahi) and leaf protein concentrate (LPC).
Clinicians may resort to enteral feeding for patients who require intensive nutritional rehabilitation, but this may not alleviate the symptoms of gastroparesis.
nutritional rehabilitation centre where the kids couldn't eat the food called plumpy nut given to children.
To test the effect of nutritional rehabilitation during the examination period, we used repeated-measures ANOVA to compare data from baseline and weeks 3, 7, and 11.
Health education for parents and nutritional rehabilitation of a baby after 4 months of age so that growth and development is properly attained and malnutrition is prevented - a healthy child.

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