stop order


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stop order

A standing medical order in a patient's chart requiring discontinuation of a specific drug or treatment after a specified time. The order may be reinstated by an authorized health care provider at a later date.
See also: order
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If the market they are trading moves against their position and across the level of their Stop then the Stop order will close the trade and limit the investor's losses.
What's more, once you choose to embed a stop order, you can choose to have the stop order directed either at doctors or at nurses.
If all parties are in agreement, we hope the stop order can be lifted at the soonest possible time," said Sen.
Lacson told reporters that the special stop order would mean an additional P250,000 to P300,000.
A special stop order had been requested after the previous local train was cancelled.
On June 5, the Department of Real Estate issued a notice of intent to revoke Paredes' license, saying she failed to adhere to a stop order issued to prevent her from selling property.
Last month the city council issued a stop order against the partly-constructed block of six flats at 150-152 Tamworth Road after it began to tower over neighbouring homes.
James McFarland, the Managing Director of Bridgestone Global Partners, cited an example: “For instance, you buy a stock at $25 and want your risk to limit at a 50 cent loss, instead of putting a stop order at $24.
California official Dean Fryer said: "We issued a stop order to the security guard at the front gate.
Coiro said the stop order was issued because the archdiocese failed to obtain the proper permits.
One is to issue a stop order, said Jerry Tankersley, director of asset management services at Prudential Securities in New York.
Justice Quijano-Padilla on Thursday inhibited from the case because she is a member of the appeals court's ethics committee tasked to investigate allegations made by Trillanes that two associate justices received up to P50 million in bribes in exchange for a stop order on the first preventive suspension of Binay.