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secure

Emergency care
verb To attain a thing, as in to secure an airway.

Informatics adjective
Referring to a computer system in which data is protected from unauthorised access.
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secure

adjective Informatics Referring to a computer system in which data is protected from unauthorized access. See HIPAA.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

secure

1. Free from danger, fear, care, or worry.
2. Under lock and key.
3. Stable; protected.
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners

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The central venous catheter securement devices segment is further divided on the basis of type into PICC securement devices, subclavian securement devices, jugular securement devices, femoral securement devices, portal securement devices, and midlines securement devices.
"Now safe securement and release is fully automated," he added.
The first objective was to observe wheelchair-seated volunteers using their own vehicles and to document the difficulties encountered when entering and exiting the vehicles and using wheelchair securement and occupant-restraint systems.
Until recently, TA to secure IVCs had not been reported, however recent (2007 to 2008) case reports suggest TA may be an ideal product for IVC securement (35,36).
Current securement systems and occupant restraints are not always easy to use and WC19-compliant wheelchairs and seating systems are not easy to find.
On June 22, 2006, FMCSA published its final rule regarding cargo securement. This final rule concerns the issues addressed in the agency's Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), which was published a year earlier.
UCD recognises that there are many adults with a disability in Ireland wishing to attend University, this group of people are doubly disadvantaged in the securement of a formal higher education in Ireland today and may not have enjoyed a positive educational experience previously.
"We provide the correct load securement system for our customer's shipping environment and train the customer's staff how to use each product.
In another special report, Agar presented the case for industry standardization for jumbo roll transport and posed several questions relating to safe securement of loads.
The awards, part of a government campaign to tackle age discrimination in the workplace, were presented to Kathleen Kelly and load securement firm Cordstrap at a ceremony in London.
To counteract this problem they recommend the use of a StatLock Foley catheter securement device and hooking the urinary drainage bag to the operating table in such a way that there would be no traction on the catheter.