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1. The implementation and management of a policy. A company's senior officers (such as the board of directors) set the policies and its managers (and sometimes the officers themselves) are responsible for administration.

2. In an estate, the management of the assets of a decedent until they are discharged to his/her heirs.
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Dental hygienists who are seeking to increase their scope to include local anesthesia administration should expect to learn via this traditional method.
These complications in anesthesia administration create a big room for control engineering community to introduce automation in anesthesia.
Second, in case that anesthesia administration is changed or there is a accidental loss of airway patency, this technique can immediately rescue the airway without changing the patient's position and compromising the surgical field.
DURING ANESTHESIA ADMINISTRATION before cesarean delivery, a mother's spinal cord was injured, resulting in irritation of multiple nerve roots.
Time to complaint was measured in minutes from the end of anesthesia administration to the first record of redness, tearing, difficulty opening eyes, or verbal complaint of ocular pain or foreign body sensation.
Perioperative pneumothorax and subcutaneous emphysema usually develop as a result of injury to the pleura during surgery.1-3 or anesthesia.4-6 Other reported causes include perioperative strong coughing, vomiting and bucking.7,8 Pneumothorax may also occur spontaneously in susceptible patients.9-10 In the present case, although pulmonary function tests and blood gas analysis were within normal limits, emphysema cannot be excluded completely as a cause; regardless, the uncomplicated surgical procedure and anesthesia administration provided no predictors for an impending pneumothorax event and exclude traumatic injury to the pleura completely.