medical control

medical control

The person or agency responsible for making final decisions about emergency medical care provided by first responders and emergency medical technicians.
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The young girl has been infected with this virus since March and has been placed under medical control by a team of doctors from Regueb, before being transferred to the Sfax hospital where she passed away, he added.
Metabolic surgery should be recommended to patients with type 2 diabetes and a body mass index above 40 kg/[m.sup.2] (BMI above 37.5 kg/[m.sup.2] in Asian Americans), regardless of adequate glycemic control, and for patients with a BMI above 35 kg/[m.sup.2] (more than 32.5 kg/[m.sup.2] in Asian Americans) without adequate glycemic control despite lifestyle modifications and optimal medical therapy Metabolic surgery should be considered for appropriate candidates with BMIs as low as 30 if hyperglycemia is inadequately controlled despite optimal medical control by either oral or injectable medications.
To tease out the differences, the researchers looked at a handful of facial gestures displayed by three groups of people - those with suicidal ideation, depressed patients, and a medical control group.
Her client's story, she said, "began [her] thinking about disability, reproduction, parenting and the role of medical control." (3)
Initial treatment of DISH involves the use of NSAIDs, physical therapy, and the medical control of associated metabolic changes.
Jude Medical control the spinal cord stimulation market.
Caption: Figure 2: The video call for the physician's real-time direct medical control. (a) The EMT-P leader held the phone to show the overall situation to the guiding physician.
The authority will also inspect registered medical facilities periodically, not to mention that it will cooperate with medical control authorities and international organizations for the quality assurance process.
According to DVMF Medical Control Officer Wilfred John Salvador, the owner of the livestock violated Republic Act 8485 or the Animal Welfare Act, Republic Act 7394 or the Consumer Act of the Philippines and the City Ordinance 2080.
Her hypertension was under medical control and was noted to be unrelated to her adrenal mass.
The second visit also means there is medical control over who is taking the abortion pill, and where.
"All of our 1,500 security, stewards and campsite staff on duty can reach medical control immediately for assistance and appropriate tests."

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