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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]

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

schedule

Medtalk A listing of events or services by dates or by cost. See Call schedule, Fee schedule, MSBOS schedule, Negotiated fee schedule.

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]

schedule,

n 1. the division of the working day into segments of time to enable the dental professional to provide treatment.
2. a classification of drugs as determined by the Controlled Substances Act (CSA).
3. a list of specifics.
Schedule I,
n a category of drugs not considered legitimate for medical use. Included are heroin, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), and marijuana.
Schedule II,
n a category of drugs considered to have a strong potential for abuse or addiction but that also have legitimate medical use. Included are opium, morphine, and cocaine.
Schedule III,
n a category of drugs that have less potential for abuse or addiction than Schedule I or II drugs and have a useful medical purpose. Included are short-acting barbiturates and amphetamines.
Schedule IV,
n a medically useful category of drugs that have less potential for abuse or addiction than those of Schedules I, II, and III. Included are diazepam and chloral hydrate.
Schedule V,
n a medically useful catiegory of drugs that have less potential for abuse or addiction than those of Schedules I through IV. Included are antidiarrheals and antitussives with opioid derivatives.
schedule of allowances,
n a list of specified amounts that will be paid toward the cost of dental services rendered; the patient pays the difference between the allowance and the actual cost of service. Also called
table of allowances.
schedule of benefits,
n a listing of the services for which payment will be made by a third party without specification of the amount to be paid.
schedule plan,
n a plan that bases covered expenses on a schedule of allowances.

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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By contrast, schedular systems initially did not have a comprehensive concept of income.
The global system could accommodate each of the categories in a schedular system, whereas none of the schedules in a schedular system (including the residual or complementary personal tax) considered in isolation comprehended the concept of income in a global system.
As noted above, however, these treaties differed from modern double taxation treaties in that they assigned exclusive taxing rights on a schedular basis to either the source or residence country and did not require the residence country to grant either a foreign tax credit or an exemption.
Under the former Treaty, the United States was required to grant a foreign tax credit but in the case of France the type of relief from international double taxation depended on whether the relevant French tax was a schedular tax or not.
Given, as argued earlier, that the intersection between schedular and global systems almost required the adoption of a schedular structure in treaties, it was natural for model and actual treaties between territorial and worldwide systems to implement compromises on a class of income by class of income basis.
84) Arguably, basket systems of limitation are, to a large extent, products of the schedular structure of double taxation treaties, as the perceived need for basket systems only arises when different categories of income are taxed differently.
They have a schedular structure that requires the classification of income into categories for computational purposes.
This article has argued that each of these features reflects the origins of modern double taxation treaties in treaties entered into by continental European states in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and the work of committees of the League of Nations, which were significantly influenced first by countries that used schedular impersonal taxes and later by the United States' advocacy of the foreign tax credit.
103) By this stage the impersonal schedular tax systems--systems that had given rise to the schedular categories in double taxation treaties--were becoming less common throughout Europe.
This begs the question of why these countries should prefer to enter into a series of bilateral double taxation treaties based on a division of income into schedular categories that were different from the computational categories that any of them used.
Two examples from Australian double taxation treaty practice in the period from 1946 onwards are illustrative of these advantages of the schedular structure of double taxation treaties.
Yet it is disappointing that the Payne decision seems to close down the appropriate application of the tax law to new and developing ways of deriving income in the real world and to drive the Australian income tax toward a schedular rather than global concept of taxable income.