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Medtalk To assess discharge suitability criteria by testing arousal, level of self-sufficiency, cerebellar function–gait, ataxia, ambulation, ability to understand discharge instructions. See Discharge.
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She also road-tested dancers at her fave London club, and had her lover, Jesus Luz, give his opinion," the source added.
In their June 13 report, they expressed concern about the snail's pace at which proven road-tested technologies like CTI were being accepted by government regulators.
According to Asia Times, Hyundai said it plans to conduct road-tests on the new fuel cell SUV in the U.S.
David Blunkett's controversial new ID cards are to be road-tested in the North East before going nationwide.
Everything on your body, from socks to a headband should be road-tested.
Hardly any new car buyer actually road-tests the sound system.