primary barrier

primary barrier

Physical barriers—e.g., face masks, aprons, gloves—which are intended to protect the safety of those healthcare workers who are in contact with various pathogens during a postmortem examination, by containing the hazard itself through measures related to the physical facilities in the postmortem examination room and techniques carried out there.
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Discomfort about discussing adolescent sexuality with the teen and with parents has been cited by physicians as a primary barrier.
The primary barrier to mobile initiatives lies with the lack of funds,
With conflict as primary barrier to development, obviously the restoration of peace, security and public order will be decisive factors in the success of the government's growth strategy.
Shortage in ATMs is considered the primary barrier preventing many from setting up bank accounts, and more so, it is expected to pose a significant challenge to Egypt's shift to a cashless economy," Zoghbi said.
Seventy-five percent of respondents cited budgeting issues as the primary barrier to improving cyber security.
The majority of family/friends (72 percent) cited embarrassment as the primary barrier they believe keeps elders from reporting financial abuse.
Current smartphone adoption rate of 15 percent in Pakistan is likely to grow to over 300 percent to reach 51 percent within next five years as primary barrier for adoption of smartphones, i.
The primary barrier to entry is not technology - it will be regulatory,” Sinclair concluded.
The primary barrier between Internet buyers and a sky humming with helpful robots: the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
It's worrying that as many as 14% of UK small firms still view the lack of a reliable broadband connection as being the primary barrier to their growth.
It's worrying that as many as 14 per cent of UK small firms still view the lack of a reliable broadband connection as being the primary barrier to their growth.
The primary barrier for product isolation appears to be the change in solubility of the molecules caused by these substituents.