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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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Bedu-Addo et al., "Decline of placental malaria in southern Ghana after the implementation of intermittent preventive treatment in pregnancy," Malaria Journal, vol.
Aqil Farooqi and NDF Chief Shahid sensitized the participants on the importance of preventive treatment.
Discussion of TCM 'Preventive Treatment of Disease' in treating and preventing child asthma.
Funded by the Gates Foundation, three of the ten papers report on the perceived acceptability of intermittent preventive treatment for malaria in infants in Tanzania, the perceived safety of IPT during pregnancy among Tanzanian healthcare workers and their clients, and the challenges to implementing IPT during pregnancy in sub-Saharan Africa.
Current guidelines state that people should see a doctor within 24 hours of a TIA, and starting preventive treatment early is highly effective.
Finlay Institute sent a team to dispense two doses of the nosode (7 to 9 days apart) as preventive treatment to all the inhabitants, about 2.4 million people.
The researchers say the RRE-90 score could be an important new tool for improving stroke care and outcome, with those identified at high risk of a second stroke admitted to specialized stroke centers and given preventive treatment.
If the research is successful it could lead to non-invasive testing for heart disease predisposition and allow for preventive treatment.
CMV infection can happen anytime but most cases occur after the end of preventive treatment.
"Close contacts of the child have been identified and preventive treatment has been given to those requiring it.
SERIOUSLY ill patients under intensive care have a better chance of survival if they are given antibiotics as a preventive treatment, a study has found.
At the end of May, the Commission transmitted a report in favour of the use of preventive treatment to combat coccidiose.