medical warning

medical warning

A warning given to a person with a particular predisposing factor about the possibility of exacerbation of a medical condition when exposed to a specific product or service.

For example, medical warnings may be issued for persons with pacemakers, defibrillators, implanted insulin pumps, or other electro-medical devices (e.g., that they should keep magnetic products at least 18 inches from the device; use should be suspended during pregnancy).
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Each advertising material must be accompanied with medical warning and occupy not more than 40% of advertising space"), this situation contradicts to international recommendations.
After 12 years of consultation, including with the Privacy and Health and Disability Commissioners, the alerts were now part of a national medical warning system.
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We have some metal silver doors on the wall that we call the city morgue, as well as X-ray lights," Lena said, but added each menu has a medical warning.
Included are immunizations, permanent physical profiles, eyeglasses, blood type, medical warning tags, medications, pregnancy screening, DNA, HIV, and dental status.
The child should wear a medical warning tag or bracelet to ensure swift diagnosis in the event of another allergic reaction.
Each poster inside stores should have medical warning no less than 40 percent of the poster.
Instead, she took the decision to ditch some bad eating habits after getting a medical warning.
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The ministry said in a press release on Sunday the decision was aimed at protecting children from Slime's potential health risks, especially in light of medical warnings on its hazardous ingredients, such as boric acid, which children should shun touching or inhaling.
The ministry stated that the materials were added to the products without being advertised as components, which poses threat to the health and life of consumers who use the two products in case they have medical warnings against using these materials.
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