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secure

Emergency care
verb To attain a thing, as in to secure an airway.

Informatics adjective
Referring to a computer system in which data is protected from unauthorised access.

secure

adjective Informatics Referring to a computer system in which data is protected from unauthorized access. See HIPAA.

secure

1. Free from danger, fear, care, or worry.
2. Under lock and key.
3. Stable; protected.

Patient discussion about secure

Q. what genetic exams should i do during and before pregnancy to secure the unborn child?

A. there is a wide variety of pre-gestational genetic testsing that can be done, for several inherited diseases, depending on your origin. You have to consult your gynecologist in order to know exactly what can be tested nowadays and whether or not there is a need.

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1 don't presume to know in any definitive way whether Linux is more or less securable than other Unix variants.
The SMART in SMART Doc stands for Securable, Manageable, Archivable, Retrievable and Transferable--the key features needed in an electronic document format for use in the eMortgage world.
Fi and high speed T1 Internet access and on-site networking, a communal work bar & lounge, high-tech conference room, high-definition TV monitors, color laser printing and scanning, direct dial VolP phone system, mail and package receiving, securable storage areas, and on-site parking.
IBM i remains one of the most securable platforms, but this 'load-and-go' perception puts organizations at risk for data loss, fraud, or worse.
BLANKSPACES offers high-end architecture design, upgraded furniture, Wi-Fi and high speed T1 Internet access and on-site networking, a communal work bar & lounge, high-tech conference room, high-definition TV monitors, color laser printing and scanning, direct dial VolP phone system, mail and package receiving, securable storage areas, and on-site parking.
The "SMART" acronym means the documents are securable, manageable, archivable, retrievable and transferable--which also means they are immeasurably superior to the easily altered, frequently inaccurate paper documents the industry has been using.