recall status

recall status

A coded status used by a UK health authority’s information system to define a woman’s stage in the cervical smear call/recall cycle under the NHS Cervical Screening Programme.
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The midfield enforcer has been out through injury himself and found a revamped Cardiff midfield and a sudden surge in form by Aron Gunnarsson putting his recall status on hold for the moment.
The recall, which is currently classified as the most crucial type 1 recall status, states that birth control packs may contain 14 instead of the correct 7 placebos instead of the required 21 active pills in each prescription.
There are effective courses of action an organization can take to successfully manage current recall status and prevent future recalls.
It's definitely not operating the way it should, and it's safety systems, so it brings it to the recall status," he said.
The Marine Toys for Tots Foundation, which collects new toys during the last three months of the year to distribute to needy children, reported in September it was asking donors to check toys for their recall status before buying and donating them to Toys for Tots.
If other vendors' sleeves are being used, they also may exhibit the same design deficiency and should be subject to the same level of inspection, use of shock-absorbing Y-lanyards (as an interim safety measure), and follow-up with the manufacturer regarding the safety of use and/or recall status of the safety sleeve.
Data were recoded and classified according to age group (0-6, 7-15, or [greater than or equal to] 16 years), test date (January 1-August 31, 2003, and September 1, 2003-June 30, 2005), recall status, and blood lead concentration category.