strict isolation

strict i·so·la·tion

(strikt ī'sŏ-lā'shŭn)
Isolation required for patients with highly contagious diseases.
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"We are using strict isolation procedures in hospital to protect our staff and patients."
These interventions include strict isolation regimes for patients with colonization or infection as well as patients with contact to the index patients.
Jessica had her transplant but was very poorly over Christmas and was kept in strict isolation.
Dog B, who was aged <12 weeks at the time and had not received an initial dose of rabies vaccine, was vaccinated against rabies and placed in strict isolation * for 90 days, followed by 90 days of home confinement (Table).
* Strict isolation of affected sheep from the healthy flock and confined them in a separate shed for regular treatment of affected flock should be done.
Regulation stipulates that Class 3 and 4 laboratories are required to adhere to strict isolation and ventilation requirements which make the use of all other high powered MRI scanners impossible.
National guidance on returning Health Care Workers is freely accessible and published on government website There has never been any transmission of Ebola in the community in the UK and this gives reassurance that the 21-day rule is safe within the community rather than in a quarantine or strict isolation. We do not release any returning patient into the community if they were symptomatic or posed a risk to the community as a whole.
Prison authorities kept Calabrese in strict isolation after he was accused of threatening a prosecutor during his trial in the same Chicago courthouse, allegedly mouthing to the government attorney: ''You are a ...
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas officials said in a statement on Monday that an unnamed patient was being tested for Ebola and had been placed in "strict isolation" due to the patient's symptoms and recent travel history.