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Restriction

1. See: Credit control.

2. See: Exchange control.

3. See: Import control.

restriction

A limitation on the use of property, usually contained in the deed, in restrictive covenants appearing in the real estate records,or by virtue of local ordinances.

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Finally, patients who were less successful in adhering to fluid restriction guidelines may have opted out of this study.
Parent's attitudes regarding the use of napes, punishment, rewards, and fluid restrictions were significant variable between children with improved and non-improved enuresis in the first month, first 2 months, and first 3 months.
Further operational and result processes still need to be developed to enhance the value of the project and will be the next step of the fluid restriction project.
Serum sodium levels were all found to be within normal ranges postoperatively (138 mEq/L, just after the operation), although fluid restriction was stopped and she was again given oxcarbazepine for epilepsy.
with drug discontinuation, fluid restriction, and sodium chloride and potassium supplementation.
Intraoperative fluid restriction improves outcome after major elective gastrointestinal surgery.
A diagnosis of syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone due to oxcarbazepine therapy was made and mild fluid restriction (70% of maintenance) was instituted.
4) Although insufficient evidence exists to recommend behavioral interventions such as journal keeping, fluid restrictions, and night awakenings, these supportive approaches are acceptable, benign starting points.
In SIADH, the preferred treatment in the general population is fluid restriction (Palmer, 2000).
Patients with acute or chronic SIADH also require fluid restriction to prevent further hemodilution.
To reach their competition weight, many wrestlers achieve rapid weight loss by dehydration through such practices as vigorous exercise, fluid restriction, wearing vapor-impermeable suits, and using hot environments (e.
NCAA rules already bar laxatives, fluid restriction, self-induced vomiting, hot rooms, hot boxes and steam rooms for dehydration.