bounceback

bounceback

Medtalk A popular term for a Pt who returns to the ER with the same complaint shortly after being released. Cf Frequent flier.
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A housebuilding bounceback in the second tier on hopes of some respite for falling property prices was led by Persimmon, up 14p to 336.75p, and Barratt Developments, which gained 1.5p to 85p.
Brian Ashcroft, professor of economics at Strathclyde, believes recovery in Scotland is slowing after the initial strong bounceback last year.
``As a result, businesses are in no mood for spending, and the predicted bounceback is yet to materialise.''
But Nicky said he's hoping for a sensational bounceback on the show this week, along with dance partner Karen Hauer.
The new role is a bounceback for the actor, who was shocked to be sacked from Taggart last December.
"Hopefully it can be a bounceback like the one we had after the game against Norwich in the Premier League.
The market rose another one per cent to more than 5560, with little sign of the recent bounceback ending as investors grew bolder.
THE boss of building giant Persimmon warned he didn't expect a housing market bounceback in the "foreseeable future".
Nationwide's latest research confirms the scale of the UK housing market bounceback after prices hit a low in February 2009.
However, a clue to Labour's bounceback came in a third survey out yesterday, which put a question mark over Cameron's leadership.
The bounceback, even better than the previously estimated 1.1% rise, blows apart George Osborne'snipes at Labour's legacy.
"I think of the phrase 'bounceback ability' and that's what we'll need against Forfar."