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assess

Medspeak
verb To evaluate a person or process.
 
Molecular biology
verb To interrogate a gene or molecular pathway.
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Thus our strength and conditioning coach's routines must be carefully assessed in order to prevent overtraining.
Any patient with signs of AIDS-related wasting should definitely be assessed for loss of BMD.
109 directly links the auditor's understanding of the client and its environment with risk assessment and design of tests of controls and substantive procedures by explicitly stating that the purpose of obtaining such understanding is to identify and assess the risk of material misstatement and design and perform further audit procedures responsive to the assessed risk.
In 2003, the last time properties were assessed in the city, the board granted almost 70 percent of the more than 40,000 appeals submitted by Chicago residents.
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board says public companies must assess the design and operating effectiveness of company-level controls in addition to examining detailed control activities at the process and transactional levels.
Essentially, the disability centrality model suggests that in order to comprehensively assess the impact of and response to disability, it is important to understand not only the level of impact experienced in different areas of life, but the importance placed upon these areas by the individual.
It is also good for the university, which can take a look at the Level of achievement of incoming freshmen, and continually assess and improve its programs as they evaluate those results, she says.
Multiple exposure assessments, including environmental measurements, should be conducted to allow comparison of these studies with the results of future studies and also to more fully assess a) fetal exposures using umbilical cord blood measurements of chlorpyrifos and TCPy, b) maternal blood concentrations of the same chemicals obtained during the second and third trimesters, and c) TCPy and DAP concentrations on volume and creatinine-adjusted bases in urine collected during the second and third trimesters and analyzed with PON1 activity.
Standardized, statistically validated surveys completed by patients (or parents) can be used to assess these outcomes.
This instrument allows us to assess whether policies are actually being implemented and whether they are making a difference.