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management

(Directorate), noun administration, administrators, advisers, authority, board, board of direccors, bureau, bureaucracy, caretakers, central office, chair, chairmen, command, committee, controllers, custodians, decision-making body, directors, directorship, executive committee, executive office, executives, front office, governing body, government, headmen, leaders, leadership, officers, officials, party in power, power, presidency, presidium, regime, steering committee, stewards, strategists, superintendents, supervisors

management

(Judicious use), noun conduct, cunning practice, dealing, disposal, economic use, employment, frugality, handling, manipulation, operation, prudent conduct, running, skillful treatment, steerage, thrifty use, treatment, usage, utilization

management

(Supervision), noun administratio, administration, administrators, authority, board of directors, care, charge, command, control, controllers, cura, directorate, directors, directorship, executive arm, executives, generalship, governance, guidance, leadership, managers, managership, oversight, pilotage, protectorship, regulation, steering, stewardship, superintendence, surveillance, tractatio, wardship
Associated concepts: exclusive management, fraud in manngement, general management, management of one's affairs, management of property
See also: administration, agency, arrangement, auspices, authorities, board, bureaucracy, conduct, control, course, custody, direction, disposition, distribution, dominion, economy, employer, frugality, generalship, government, guidance, hierarchy, maneuver, operation, oversight, policy, regime, staff, strategy, supervision, supremacy, transaction, treatment, trust, usage
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A feasibility study of a family seizure management program: 'Be Seizure Smart.
Our plan to improve family functioning through teaching strategies for seizure management is supported by intervention research in asthma (Creer, Kotses, & Wigal, 1992).
In the intervention phase, information was provided to address concerns/fears, as well as to meet information needs pertaining to seizures and seizure management.
It includes advice on choosing and evaluating camps and preparing camp staff for seizure management and safety, as well as a list of camps specifically for those with epilepsy.
Initial codes were established based on the conceptual framework and were (a) treatment management, (b) seizure management, and (c) life management.
Thirty-nine percent of the children were taking multiple medications for seizure management and almost 75% had a change in medication in the last year.
For individuals with seizures that are not controlled with drugs, or who are experiencing adverse effects with drug therapy, and for whom surgery is not possible, the vagus nerve stimulator (VNS) is a nonpharmacologic option for short- and long-term seizure management.
Education can then be tailored to address medication-taking practices, seizure management and quality of life issues.
However, almost one-third of mothers indicated they received a less than satisfactory explanation of seizures and future seizure management at the 3 month data collection.
5] and affects approximately 50% of people with disabilities who also have cerebral palsy[9] Because the concerns of seizure management and antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) can be difficult or impossible to articulate by the person with developmental disabilities or their caregiver, AED prescribing practices may go unchanged in the absence of any changes in seizure patterns.