This consultation is for the supply, delivery integrating transport, and installation of traditional bedroom furniture and bedroom furniture medicalized
this consultation is for the supply, delivery, integrating transport, and installation of traditional bedroom furniture and bedroom furniture medicalized
Total quantity or scope: Construction of a medicalized
Beds According to Specification
Thus we must consider what medicalized
descriptions of phenomena--the creation and application of a 'biomedical model'--seeks to do.
By estimating the amount spent on medicalized
human problems, the important question has now been raised as to whether this spending is appropriate.
Now we have medicalized
deaths actually promoted as civil rights.
She discusses her observations in terms of medical sociology, the medicalized
view of addiction, criminology, and even economics, noting the economic incentives for cooperation between drug courts and treatment facilities and their tendency to label more people as addicts.
Protecting infants from unnecessary pain and trauma is crucial to health and wellbeing and non-therapeutic genital cutting is one of the first medicalized
interventions from which babies must be protected.
We need to be more cautious about being medicalized
when we're well.
If Gawande had been willing to address the systemic causes of medicalized
death, he could have had to face a difficult question: How can we reconcile his hope for personalized end-of-life care with the large, centralized institutions (Medicare and private insurers) that are the system's actual customers?
Nerman's explanations range from highly medicalized
to cutesy, as when she explains treating the liver with osteopathic adjustments: "My job as an osteopathic physician is to lead the liver back home and tuck it back in its bed, where it snuggles up against the diaphragm.