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tracking

Cardiac pacing
Pacemaker behaviour in which ventricular pacing is synchronised to sensed atria activity.
 
Lab medicine
The following of a specimen from when it’s received in the lab until a report is generated.

Medspeak-UK
The monitoring of an individual’s progress along a care pathway, which can help to identify unnecessary delays and discontinuity of care.
 
Managed care
The evaluation of patient flow in, through and outside of a healthcare network.

Online
The analysis of an Internet user’s search and viewing history on the Web.
 
Public health
The monitoring of a person’s status in terms of health-related activities—e.g., return to primary care-giver for followup visits.
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tracking

Cardiac pacing Pacemaker behavior in which ventricular pacing is synchronized to sensed atria activity. See Atrial tracking Lab medicine The following of a specimen from the point at which it is received in the lab until a report is generated. See Tissue tracking Managed care The evaluation of Pt flow in, through and outside of a healthcare network. See Referral tracking Online The analysis of an Internet user's 'trail' on the Web. See Clickstream tracking Public health The monitoring of a person's status in terms of health-related activities–eg, return to primary care-giver for followup visits. See Parallel tracking, Surveillance.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The tracking she enjoyed; but the mere killing for the sake of killing she could not find pleasure in--little savage that she had been, and still, to some measure, was.
"Endeavor to remember the names of those faithful servants who crossed the Channel, in spite of Monsieur de Richelieu, tracking the roads along which they passed by their blood, to bring back to your majesty certain jewels given by you to Buckingham."
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Nearly all night he moved across Kilimanjaro's foothills, tracking by instinct an unknown way, for he guessed that what he sought would be found on some wooded slope higher up than he had come upon his other recent journeys in this, to him, little known country.