reassessment


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

reassessment

(rē″ă-ses′mĕnt) [ re- + assessment]
The evaluation and care of patients recovered from the field, performed en route to the hospital. It includes appraisals of mental status, airway, breathing, circulation, vital signs, chief complaints, and the effectiveness of initial treatments.
References in periodicals archive ?
For all other threats, reassessment is not required for 10, 15, or 20 years, depending on the operating stress level of the pipeline, unless the baseline assessment and related information indicates otherwise.
INGAA wants the longer reassessment interval because pipelines will still be inspecting segments for the first time in years 2010-2012, the same three years when they will have to reassess segments they inspected for the first time in the early years of the program.
The landside of the terminal also requires reassessment to meet the security needs for screening passengers and baggage.
When that review is complete, EPA will be able to conclude the cumulative assessments for the carbamates class of pesticides (aldicarb, formetanate, carbofuran, oxamyl, and carbaryl) and complete the reassessment of the remaining tolerances.
Soul Journey From Lincoln To Lindbergh presents hundreds of similarities in the personalities, character, and life circumstances between Lincoln and Lindbergh, presenting an articulate, documented, persuasively iconoclastic argument that offers a unique and compelling reassessment of their lives, accomplishments, and coincidences.
Similarly, Hartman suggests reassessment of the portrayal of the family as a negative in women's lives.
1, 2006, and provides registered domestic partners protection against reassessment that parallels the protection provided to spouses.
The aim is to offer a fundamental reassessment of the idea of Modernism.
DOD announced the recent implementation of a Post-Deployment Health Reassessment Program that reaches out to service members three to six months after returning from deployment.
An individual who did not own any real estate could not challenge a county's reassessment of real estate values, according to the U.
18, 2004, a principal feature of the California Settlement Agreement, or CSA, is the claim reassessment process, wherein the company will use new standards developed specifically for California claimants denied in California since Jan.
Indeed, a threshold issue would be to ensure that CRA provides adequate notice of the technical basis of its reassessment so that taxpayers can effectively comply with the Notice of Objection rules.