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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10) Unusual human hybrids are usually chronic patients of Sinusitis which is a medical circumstance where the sinus of the nose obtains irritated and causes heaps of headache or even streaming nose.
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.
A living will cannot anticipate every type of medical circumstance that may come up and it only comes into effect when you are terminally ill.
People are only eligible for organ donation if they die in certain medical circumstances and after brain or circulatory death is confirmed by a medical team within a hospital.
This bill would ban abortions after 20 weeks an extremely rare procedure that is often the result of complex and difficult medical circumstances.
FNC members thus recommended that employees should have more than two weeks of leave if they need to travel abroad for family medical circumstances.
Payne did have extenuating medical circumstances as a result of sustaining shocking injuries in a race fall.
There may be also special risks that would arise from the patients' particular medical circumstances and these should also be discussed.
2] This was particularly so as the 'background would be markedly different, given changes in medical circumstances in the nearly 50 years that have passed since the judgment was given.
amp;nbsp;Swallowing the robot pill would allow medical circumstances that usually require surgery to get handled from the inside out, which would lead to less cutting during invasive surgery.

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