golden period

A time span during which an injury or other potentially urgent condition may go untreated without harmful effects

golden period

in trauma surgery the period after the wound is inflicted during which primary intention healing is probable after suturing because the body's defenses can take care of the infection that has been introduced; considered to be less than 6 hours.
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The BJP President maintained that until the BJP rides to power in West Bengal, Odisha and Kerala then its golden period will not start.
No one has any doubt on what is often described as the golden period of Kerala.
STEVEN ANDERSON admits St Johnstone are in a golden period in their 133-year history.
But this golden period of house price growth could be drawing to an end.
The Governor said next 10 years will be a golden period particularly for the province and its capital Karachi hence prudence demanded that concerted efforts are made for capacity building of local youth.
They were members of a formidable West Indies cricket team which regularly beat arch rivals England during Caribbean cricket's golden period that lasted from the mid 1970s to mid 1980s.
During the 1960s and 1970s internationals including John Dawes, JPR Williams, Gerald Davies, John Taylor and Mervyn Davies featured in line-ups during a golden period.
The 1930s, considered the first golden period of Chinese cinema.
Billed as one of the finest classical musicians of the 20th and early 21st centuries, the multiple Grammy-winning Perlman plays a historic Soil Stradivarius made in 1714 during the golden period of Antonio Stradivari.
Cumberbatch is enjoying a golden period in his career as one of Britain's most popular actors.
Dugarry's golden period lasted only a few months but it was so golden, his brace and all-round performance against Southampton in April 2003, is still seen as one of the best ever by a Blues player.
Last year we had that golden period when we knew the team every week.