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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.
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He said: "We were promised by the government that the reassessment for benefits would stop in 2016 - this has been broken.
If past is prologue, Nassau County will fight Duffy in court while continuing to misread the seething anger that property owners have, and not just over this issue of calculating value, but the inept mishandling of reassessment, literally since the Curran Administration took office.
"The Government needs to get a grip on PIP by making the assessment fit for purpose and investigating why people with worsening conditions are being hauled in for pointless reassessments time and again."
Basically and fundamentally, the goal of "Shaft Tombs and Figures in West Mexican Society: A Reassessment" is to expose current researchers in western Mexico and Mesoamerica at large to the productive lines of study currently taking place in the field, the laboratory, and the museum, and to increase awareness of the potential that exists for integrative and collaborative research.
An upwards reassessment of the UAE government support assumptions in the event of a reduction of the affiliate support assumptions at the end of the review period could result in an affirmation of UAB's ratings, despite a downgrade of the minority shareholder's BCA and long-term ratings.
While new patients are seen in three to four weeks for hearing tests and have hearing aids fitted within 14 weeks, patients needing a reassessment may not receive an appointment until November 2015.
"Alan Jarvis has subsequently submitted a request that his trainer's licence, which is due to expire on 25 May, should be extended until the process of Tim Jarvis' application for reassessment has been completed.
Andrew's Memorial in Port Credit, part of the City of Mississauga, saw their property taxes increase by several thousand dollars because of a reassessment. The church rents space to two schools.
He said: "In light of this dreadful incident, will there be any reassessment of prison officers' security, both inside and outside their places of work?"
The utility used the higher seismic wave standard in its reassessment of the plant as a precautionary measure, and the agency endorsed the reassessment.
Clearly what has happened, they are going through an internal reassessment period of time and part of that is reassess their relationship with the United States, Admiral Mike Mullen Chairman of the U.S.
The continual reassessment method and its variations have drawn attention in the medical community as an improvement on the 3+3 algorithm, which is still used though its poor statistical properties are becoming ever less acceptable.