The majority of APRNs (74%) believe the MD or APRN is in the best position to address unnecessary
tests and procedures.
By contrast, black women and Medicare recipients had below-average rates of potentially unnecessary
repeat cesareans (62% and 59%, respectively), and the rate reached 70% in rural hospitals and in government-owned facilities.
Comment on "data exclusivity": While not mentioned in The Lancet statement, medical ethics should also look at international trade agreements that require unnecessary
Errors in space management: You can correct errors in space management by changing management class policies, removing undefined DSORG data sets, removing uncataloged data sets, and halting any other unnecessary
HSM recall/migration/backup activity.
Base year books are always open for review to avoid unnecessary
The proposal to award a 15-to-30 percent bounty to individuals providing information on underpayments by corporate and other taxpayers and to establish an IRS "Whistleblower Office" is unnecessary
and would outsource an inherently governmental function, i.
Second, you state that the "provisional ballot is a good idea, but unnecessary
if the voter does his job.
The organ of Chievitz is thought to function as a mechanosensor in the lateral wall of the oral cavity that is involved in deglutition, sucking, mastication, and speech; therefore, unnecessary
surgical removal is best avoided.
The excavator's engine and transmission suffer unnecessary
damage when they're not packaged right.
This label promises that the chickens are "free from any unnecessary
fear and distress; free from unnecessary
pain, injury and disease; free from hunger and thirst; and free from unnecessary
It was used by everyone from Lyndon Johnson to The Economist to justify more than 58,000 unnecessary
American combat deaths in Vietnam.
The provincial council, meeting in Montreal this fall, also directed the chancellor of the province to prepare an amendment to the canons (laws) that would make such elections unnecessary
in the future.