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sched·ule

(sked'jūl),
A procedural plan for a proposed objective, especially the sequence and time allotted for each item or operation required for its completion.
[L. scheda, fr. scida, a strip of papyrus, leaf of paper]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

schedule

noun A document, form plan, timetable.

(verb) To plan a future event.

Forensics-UK
A blank form, as described in Coroners Rule 10 (1984), on which data can be written—e.g., from a postmortem examination.

Pronunciation 
Medspeak-UK: pronounced, SHED yule
Medspeak-US: pronounced, SKED yull
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schedule

Medtalk A listing of events or services by dates or by cost. See Call schedule, Fee schedule, MSBOS schedule, Negotiated fee schedule.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

sched·ule

(sked'jūl)
A procedural plan for a proposed objective (e.g., dental care), especially sequence and time allotted for each item or operation required for its completion.
[L. scheda, fr. scida, a strip of papyrus, leaf of paper]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012

Patient discussion about schedule

Q. I am scheduled for a TEE and i am very scared. what is exactly going to happen there? I am scheduled for a Transesophageal echocardiogram (TEE) for my heart valve problem and i am very scared. what is exactly going to happen there to me? I understand i need to swallow somthing and I am not sure I'll be able to do it. I have a strong gag reflex. can someone tell me what I can do to reduce the fear?

A. During a TEE you will be requested to swallow something that looks like a big chocolate kiss. This is all the swallowing that is involved. It is not fun, and me too have a strong gag reflex. I asked the doctor to let me watch the TEE of the guy that was before me in the line. After I saw how this test is done it was easier for me.
(Don't get me wrong, you will want to puke but you will be able to handle this urge)

Q. How can I benefit from hiring a personal trainer so that I can’t escape the schedule? I am interested in improving my health for which I am trying for the past few years but now I took steps to fulfill that. How can I benefit from hiring a personal trainer so that I can’t escape the schedule?

A. You didn’t mention your age. Whatever your age might be there are numerous ways you can benefit from utilizing a trainer. A personal trainer can help pinpoint the specific goals that are important to you. CFR trainers can make sure you reach these goals through a personalized fitness program. Therefore, you know what direction you are taking, instead of being uncertain and taking a risk with your results.

Here are some of the benefits you can expect when working with a fitness coach:

• Weight Loss
• Increased Endurance
• Increased Definition (Toning)
• Improve Muscle Imbalances
• Increased Flexibility
• Decreased Risk of Injury
• Improved Coordination & Balance
• Increased Metabolism
• Increased Knowledge
• Build Larger muscles (Bodybuilding)
• Improved Overall Health
• Guaranteed Fitness and Results!
• Increased Strength
• Decreased Body Fat
• Improved Posture
• Strengthen Lower Back
• Increased Bone Density
• Decreased Risk Of Diseases

Q. I am scheduled for scope surgery for a torn meniscus on my knee and what is the duration for recovery? Has anyone had this surgery for a torn meniscus? How did you deal with this recovery?

A. The recovery process is individual, and you cannot predict it in advance. I know someone who has done it and was able to go back to exercising regularly after 2 months. I would think the recovery from the surgery itself is a matter of few weeks until you can walk properly, however you should still give your knee a break and rest for a while after.

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The schedular taxes on interest, dividends, prizes, etc.
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The article observes that the global approach to relief used in the system of Dominion Income Tax Relief would appear to be a more logical and principled solution to the problem of international juridical double taxation than the schedular approach adopted in modern double taxation treaties.
This structure is reflective of the fact that, in the 1920s when the League of Nations was developing its model treaties, the income tax systems of most continental European countries were schedular systems that at least included, and in many instances were confined to, impersonal taxes.
With regard to the schedular excise-tax rates, the TRAIN law modified both the tax brackets and tax rates.
In contrast, a schedular income tax defines particular classes or `schedules' of income against which related expenses may be deducted.
The bicameral panel also endorsed an optional 8% flat tax for those earning below P3 million, allowing a choice between opting to pay the 8% flat tax or the schedular personal income tax.