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medical advice

Advice by a medical professional.
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Their analysis, which included more than 29 million hospital stays listed in the 2013 National Inpatient Sample, revealed that >50,000 older adults in the hospital (out of 12 million people under hospital care overall) left the hospital against medical advice that year; however, older men and women were 4 times less likely to do so than people aged 18-64 years.
Dubai: The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) at the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has launched at its headquarters in Muhaisnah a new medical clinic offering medical advice and preventive care to cab drivers.
According to the DTC, the facility offers medical advice and preventive medical care to cab drivers at par with the highest healthcare standards.
He said patients do not always fully understand the implications of diabetes and the impact that fasting could have on their health as they do not seek timely medical advice.
Police have issued a warning to anyone who might have snatched the drugs, saying that taking them without medical advice would pose a risk to health.
Abdus Salam and medical officers checked all visitors and gave them medical advice.
Managing director at Tesco Bank Insurance, Karl Bedlow, commented "It is worrying that so many people are turning to the internet for medical advice for their pet, as the reality is you can't be sure the advice you are getting is correct, or that you've correctly identified your pet's symptoms.
In respect of the adequacy of the steps taken by you, the panel considered that the decision as to whether further medical advice should be sought is a matter for a nurse's professional judgement," Mr Shergill concluded.
The flag carrier's partnership with MedAire is most valuable as medical advice is made available at any point during a flight.
HealthFore Technologies Limited (formerly Religare Technologies Limited) has been running tele-consultation services for last two years, providing access to medical advice at patient's convenience using phone.
The medical advice service will be replaced by the non-emergency number 111, which will provide medical advice instead, with many NHS Direct services "switched off" from March 21.

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