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impairment/im·pair·ment/ (im-pār´ment) any abnormality of, partial or complete loss of, or loss of the function of, a body part, organ, or system.
Any condition in which a fire protection system (e.g., sprinkler systems, standpipe/hose systems, fire pumps, fire protection water supplies, fire mains, fire alarm systems, special extinguishing systems) cannot perform its designed fire safety function.
impairmentMedtalk An objective handicap, partial disability, loss of function, anatomic or functional defect, which may be temporary or permanent–persisting after appropriate therapy, without reasonable prospect of improvement, ranging from mild to severe, the latter of which precludes any form of gainful employment. See Disability, Handicap, Hereditary hearing impairment, Nonsyndromic hereditary hearing impairment, Specific language impairment, Syndromic hearing impairment. Cf Disability, Incompetence.
Patient discussion about impairment
Q. What is impaired at .08 blood-alcohol content? Hello there, What is impaired at .08 blood-alcohol content?
So to answer your question directly, it impairs your ability to think, work, and make critical decisions.
It affects those around you, especially family if the person persists and drinks irresponsibly all the time.
Drinking affects one's ability to drive an automobile properly, not just for the driver, but for the safety of passengers and those in other autos. If you care for other people, you won't drink and drive.
Don't drink and drive. The law is far too lenient.
You can't get back what you lose when you drink irresponsibly.
What you lose may be things intangible that are the most precious in life.
Q. I would like to improve myself besides taking meds. Can any one advice me? Hi I’m Genaro with FM (Fibromyalgia). I am taking meds regularly which is prescribed by my physician. I would like to improve myself besides taking meds. Can any one advice me?More discussions about impairment