medical circumstance

medical circumstance

A term, which may be used in statutory language, that encompasses a person’s physical and mental issues and/or condition.
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This membership program provides travelers with the choice of being transported under any medical circumstance and the ability to decide which hospital they are evacuated to at no additional charge.
In another, a nurse imposter fled a medical circumstance after being unable to provide care.
For nurses who have been involved in medically induced trauma--defined as a serious unexpected outcome due to an error or medical circumstance that negatively affects an individual and/or family--information and support can be found at mitss.
Frederic Amant, affirm that there is never a medical circumstance which requires a doctor to intentionally kill an unborn child in order to treat a pregnant woman for cancer.
The longitudinal EHR will enable personalized health assessment and treatment based on patients' individual medical circumstance.
Physicians, not payers, should be the ones to determine the most appropriate site of service based on the medical circumstance of the individual patient, not on financial incentives.
Experts struggled to give an opinion on the medical circumstances concerning 21-year-old Steven Fox, from Birkenhead, because of a lack of evidence.
We were told such abortions rarely occurred and on those infrequent cases they were only or virtually only in acute medical circumstances.
Throughout the period we have been trying to assist Mr Lloyd we have fully considered all of his medical circumstances, taking into account proximity to busy roads, overhead electrical cables/phone lines, TV/radio transmitters and street lighting.
It seems very appropriate for the Huw Thatcher Trust to help people who have had brain injuries for all sorts of reasons, including medical circumstances similar to Huw.
Premiums depend upon individual's age, medical circumstances, personal circumstances, occupation etc and dier from person to person.
Rather than dispensing cookie-cutter solutions, the enterprise focuses solely on tailoring prescriptions to meet the specific needs of each individual patient, including those dealing with unique medical circumstances.

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