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treatment

noun adjustment, analysis, arrangement, consideration, cure, design, examination, execution, investigation, management, modification, process, processing, study, technique, therapy, transaction, way
Associated concepts: inhuman treatment, medical treatment
See also: aid, analysis, course, design, expedient, management, pandect, practice, procedure, process, relief, usage

treatment

in environmental law relating to waste, the physical, thermal, chemical or biological processes, including sorting, that change the characteristics of waste in order to reduce its volume, reduce its hazardous nature, facilitate its handling, or enhance its recoverability.
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They noted most of the diseases among children and women could easily be controlled with preventive treatment and measures.
The practice and outcomes of TCM preventive treatments at GDWCH have shown promising results, especially in maternal and child health maintenance, and in addressing reproductive diseases.
The nosode preventive treatment cost about US $200,000, a fraction of the US $3,000,000 allopathic vaccine program that treated only at-risk populations.
Is there any preventive treatment we can give the roots of the surviving trees so they do not follow suit and die, too?
If indicated, more-aggressive preventive treatment could be given.
2000) reviewed the literature from 1990 to 1998 on whether managed care enrollees received more preventive treatment than non-managed care enrollees.
patients (3% of the population) should be offered preventive treatment for migraines and another 3.
The bacteria are given to pigs when farmers are processing them as newborns and act as a preventive treatment or vaccine.
Silberstein also stressed the need for more dialogue between doctors and patients regarding preventive treatment, and the importance of exploring the wide range of preventive strategies available.
Examples of research topics that are of interest include the following: 1) investigating mechanisms of chemical injury (including minimal threshold levels to establish injury) and subsequent effects at a cellular and molecular level causing airway inflammation or hypersensitivity; 2) identifying host responses to initial or immediate effects, and to long-term low-level exposure effects; 3) assessing systematic amount or dose of chemical absorbed from the airways; 4) developing preexposure preventive treatment or early use of antidotes; and 5) devising therapeutic strategies, especially if acute alveolar lung injury occurs and pulmonary edema ensues; specific therapies to prevent onset of pulmonary edema are sought.
Reviewing the elimination/continence domain discloses the facility's overall approach to preventive treatment, and should be deemed of great importance.
The purpose of this study was to assess the preventive treatment provided to children at the Sonrisa Clinic.