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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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Bagging of the rice straw as substrate of oyster production bags were done by putting the media into polypropylene bags, consisting 30 polypropylene bags each treatment with 10 production bags per replication.
Behavioral treatments play a critical role in most evidence-based drug abuse treatments, and often constitute the entire treatment.
The new study, published in the January American Journal of Psychiatry, focused on 139 patients admitted to a Johns Hopkins treatment program for eating disorders between January 2000 and February 2003.
An analysis of case level difficulty and participants' field experience reveals that experience was neither associated with participants' correct treatment selection on the first attempt (rpb = -.03, p = ns), nor did it result in different with ratings of difficulty (t(13) = 0.79, p = 0.22).
Microplasmin is being developed for multiple indications of which use for treatment of vitreoretinal disorders is ThromboGenics' most advanced program.
Many things have changed in the last 20 or so years since the seed treatment group consisted of two persons selling a limited portfolio of three compounds.
Using results of univariable analysis that identified potential predictors of successful treatment, the researchers conducted logistic regression analysis to determine which ones were statistically significant in a multivariable context.
"Ask yourself--if I didn't know the situation, would I understand the treatment?" says Jerome Blum, DDS, 2005 president of the AADC, a Certified Dental Consultant and a dental director at UCCI.
Many prisons insist that anyone with a history of drug or alcohol use--no matter how long ago--complete a rehab course before beginning treatment. And they usually add a requirement that inmates be far enough away from any potential release date to guarantee that they will complete the year-long treatment regimen while still locked up.
Higher prices for chemical feedstocks have led to major increases in water treatment chemical prices.
According to the Nikkei Shimbun, a major economic daily, 111 hospitals in Japan focus on cancer treatment. The government has announced plans to expand this number to more than 350.
High prices also increase incentives for private insurance and public programs to use various means of restricting access, depriving doctors and patients of choice, especially when they want to use a treatment off-label (prescribe an approved drug for a use not specifically approved by the FDA)--universally recognized as an important part of medicine since companies cannot possibly run clinical trials for all appropriate uses, and therefore the FDA cannot approve them.