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DOT

Designated Order Turnaround

A computerized order-entry system on the New York Stock Exchange that bypasses brokers and automatically executes orders at the best available price through a specialist on the trading floor. It is used predominantly for small and odd-lot orders. See also: SOES.

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Cohan routinely orders directly observed therapy for women in difficult circumstances.
Directly observed therapy (DOT) is a treatment strategy originally developed for tuberculosis patients, who must take all their medications consistently and on time for up to nine months to rid themselves of the infection.
One potential solution is to merge self-administered therapy and directly observed therapy. Most of the inmates are on self-administered therapy with only the most recalcitrant on directly observed therapy.
So Malawi is starting the program by basically enrolling everyone into a best-guess approach -- using community-based directly observed therapy that can be taken once a day.
Patient education is essential, and many doctors opt for supervised, directly observed therapy (DOT).
Directly observed therapy (DOT) is a treatment approach whereby patients are observed by trained public-health workers in an outpatient setting.
These steps, plus greater use of "directly observed therapy" (watching TB patients take their drugs) and involuntary detention for patients who would not otherwise take medication, led to a 15 percent decline last year in new TB cases in New York City, reports Steven J.
Directly observed therapy was provided for most shelter residents starting in 2008 and for all residents after 2015; incentives ($5 coupons for local grocery stores) were offered weekly for successful completion of all doses.
To treat a cluster of tuberculosis (TB) transmission cases in a long-term care facility for cognitively impaired adults located in Puerto Rico (facility A), the Puerto Rico TB Control Program used a novel video directly observed therapy (VDOT) application.
Once weekly preparations of exenatide QW and dulaglutide are available, which allow them to be used as 'weekend therapy' or DOT (directly observed therapy).
Tenders are invited for Video Directly Observed Therapy (Vdot) Application For The San Francisco Department Of Public Health

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