management

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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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Another important research finding is that physicians from nonteaching hospitals were more likely to make inappropriate choices (noncompliance with guidelines or the latest evidence) regarding the use of vasopressor agents in shock management than physicians from teaching hospitals.
As a result, education resources and programs about vasoactive therapy in shock management are suggested for all physicians.