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clinical practice

A UK term referring to the agreed-upon and customary means of delivering health care by doctors, nurses and other health professionals.
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64) Despite notable advances in every branch of medicine and surgery during the twentieth century, it is this powerful social sanction that has sustained the standard practice of circumcision even after the theories on whic it was founded dropped away.
This randomized, multicenter, open-label, 16-week study of 398 patients with chemotherapy-induced anemia was designed to evaluate the safety and efficacy of 500 mcg Aranesp administered every three weeks with either IV iron (200 mcg administered every three weeks on the same schedule as Aranesp or, if required, as two doses [200 mcg total] within a three-week period) or iron administered according to standard practice.
Utterly unprepared for the kind of ritualized degradation that is standard practice for molding a loyal Japanese employee, Amelie can't understand why the linguistic skills she was hired for are ignored - and at one point, even characterized as a liability she should suppress - while she's saddled with menial copying tasks (and derided for not performing them well).
Establish a standard practice for screening commercial real estate for readily observable mold;
Suppliers of reference materials for TAPPI Test Methods are requested to certify their compliance with TAPPI Standard Practice T 1211 "Acceptance Procedures for Calibration Laboratories.
D 1418 - Standard practice for rubber and rubber latices - nomenclature.
Bailey of the University of California, San Diego, cautions that the practice of analyzing hair for cocaine may never becomes standard practice in most U.
He and former radio partner Bob Arthur were the first to take their ever-affable show outside the studio for live remotes, now standard practice for radio programs.
EPA promulgates new regulations, the widely used American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standard practice may be used to satisfy the "all appropriate inquiries" requirements.
By laying a foundation for quality at the outset, companies can establish a process for success that will become a standard practice as new services are added to their SOA, ensuring consistent trust and reuse.
She said that the DWP was charged $50 to $100 for an e-mail, a fax or a voice mail because the company billed for 15-minute minimums - a standard practice in private business, which she said was unacceptable for a public agency.
Novartis, in turn, has initiated a lawsuit against Taro, which is a standard practice in Paragraph IV patent challenges.