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the keeping of something within limits.
cost containment in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as management and facilitation of efficient and effective use of resources.


The concept of regional or global eradication of communicable disease, proposed by Fred Lowe Soper (1893-1977) in 1949 for the eradication of smallpox.


the keeping of something within limits.


A tactic used by police or armed forces for crowd control, in which a broad swath of officers push the crowd in a desired direction or prevent its egress, as occurs when the “kettle” completely surrounds the group. Kettling has been criticised as the crowd may be deprived of food, water or the access to toilet facilities.


Public health The confining or prevention of further dissemination of a potentially hazardous–eg biologic, radioactive or toxic–agent. See Biological containment, Biosafety levels, Regulated waste.


measures and protocols that are applied to limit contact of organisms, particularly PATHOGENS and GMOs, with the external environment:
  1. physical containment, achieved by regulating access, restricting air circulation and providing other physical barriers;

Different levels of containment apply depending on the perceived risk of a particular experiment.


n psychiatric mode of treatment for patients with conditions with which further deterioration is inevitable. In these cases, the primary goal of therapy is relief from symptoms and prevention of the progression of the illness.

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Q. Which foods contain folic acid? I was told by my Doctor to take folic acid. Which foods are rich with folic acid so I can add them to my diet?

A. Folic acid is a B vitamin found in many vegetables, beans, fruits, whole grains, and in fortified breakfast cereals.

Q. Does anybody have good recipes for meals which don't contain gluten?? My 8 year old son has celiac disease. He is really suffering from not being able to eat so many things his brother and his friends can like pizza, pasta, birthday cakes, etc. I'd love him to have his own very tasty meals but I'm havin a hard time finding any recipes. If anyone knows some..

A. I have found some here- for chicken, pizza and brownies..
and also- I am sure you can buy a cookbook that has gluten-free recipes.

Q. Hello my dear friends, I want to know which foods contain Tran’s fats.

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The remaining aspect of the containment policy is mainly the softer, management side of maintaining process safety which takes a holistic approach.
During the Cold War the United Kingdom was a staunch supporter of US containment policy against Communism and, in more recent times, British and American troops have fought side by side in two Gulf wars.
Still, it appears that the new containment policy is already bearing fruit.
To answer these questions, it will be necessary to recall the logic which gave rise to the Nuclear Deterrence and Containment policy, and to compare that long-ago thinking with the rationale set forth by President George W.
Examples include AIG's Crisis Containment policy, which offers reimbursement of ices and costs of expert consultants responding to one of 17 specified crises.
A program to rescue kids from failing schools should be guided by education policy, not containment policy.
But then the editorial ignores its own advice--and makes a heroically implausible effort to add up the war's benefits, starting with "a more stable Mideast" and "lower oil prices" and concluding with a truly nutty effort to compare the final costs and benefits of war with the costs and benefits of a containment policy.
One of the notices for the containment policy in Beijing said that anyone with SARS-related symptoms - which is basically fever and a cough - would be taken to one particular hospital and would lose all contact with their home doctor, relatives and friends," Retallack said.
A draw would see England through, and though they would no doubt love to have their fans singing the Dam-busters theme after another win, a containment policy may prove necessary.
And unlike Linfield boss David Jeffrey, Coyle refused to criticise Glenavon's containment policy, commenting only: "It's their business how they play.
It is true that cost containment policy has resulted in denial of needed services.
Chapter Five looks at revolutionary movements in Cuba, Bolivia, and Guatemala -- all set against the backdrop of American Containment Policy during the Cold War.

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